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DICTIONARY 



OF THE 



LITHUANIAN AND ENGLISH 
LANGUAGES. 



BY 
ANTHONY LAUS^ 



IN TWO PARTS. 

FIRST PART: LITHUANIAN-ENGLISH. 



Third revised and enlarged edition. 



CHICAGO, ILL. 
PUBLISHED BY "LIETUVA" 3252 So. HALSTED STR. 

1915. ^ 



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LIETUVISKOS IR ANGLISKOS 

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ZODYNAS. 



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ANTANAS LALIS. 



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TREClAS, IS^AUJQ TAlgYTAS IR 
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1915. 



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toftji Dovah a Gauta aot Paby£iaus Pabobo* 
1900 Mbtuose. 



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Prakalba. 

Pirmoje pusej 1900 metq i&leistojas „Lietuvos" pa- 
vedeman darba paradyti lietuviSkai-angli&kos ir anglig- 
kai-lietuviSkos kalbi} fcodynus. Pradedams darb% tariaus, 
kad, vien ant to laik% pafivent^s, maz-daug | por% metq 
t% u2duot| atliksiu; tuo tarpu pasirode, kad ant sustaty- 
mo tik pirmosios, taigi lietuviSkai-angliSkos zodyno da- 
lies uzeme beveik dvigubai mano aprokuoto laiko. Pasi- 
rode, kad ant savo pe6iij paemiau sunkij ir alsinantf 
trius$, reikalanjant}, prie to, iSnaSesniij, negumano, pa- 
fcinfiiq abidvieji} kalbi}. Ar Sis mano veikalelis atsakys 
reikalavimams, nurodys tai kritika ir tie, kurie juo no- 
res pasinandoti. Be abejones, Sen ir ten fsibriove klai- 
dos, kurnjaS, prieSais savo nor%, negalejau iSvengti, bet 
kurios, tikiuos, sekanfiiuose iSleidimuose povalei duosis 
iSlyginti ir zodynas pagerinti; prie to tegul nebus uz- 
mirSta, kad joks zodynas nesti eavyje tobulas; kad kiek- 
vienas jo naujas iSleidimas visada turi papulti pataisy- 
mams, permainoms ir papildymaras. Todel ir 6ia, ne- 
ziurint ant jo stok^, aS rengdamas jj turejau nor% atlikti 
darb% juo geresnj — ir dirbau sanzinigkai. 

Medeg% semiau daugiansiai i§ KurfiaiCio, Miezinio ir 
JoSkevyfiiaus [sansaga I, A — D] fcodynij, papildydams 
tai dangybe mano paties surinktij zodziq, neufcra&ytij 
minetuose fcodynuose. Prie to nepasibijojau Jtraukti ir 
teip vadinamos naujus, taikiau ar niekiau y vairiij musij. 

o>0^ FEB [51913 394086 



II 

jauni} raStininki} nuhaltus zodzius, kuriij jau daugumas 
spejo |gy ti populiariSk% lietuviSkoje literaturoje varton§, 
Salip daugelio techni§k\j, jejusii}tarptautiSkon vartonen, 
terming, kuriij ir mes savo raStuose, ypa6iai-gi moksliS- 
kuose, negalime iSsisaugoti ne vartoj§. 

Nekuriuos abejotinos man prasmes zodzius aS, kaip- 
kur, pazenklinau sutrumpintais vardais autoriij, pas ku- 
riuos jie rasti. 

BotaniSkus vardus, kuriij gausiai fcodynan susikro- 
ve, rinkau i& Sen ir ten lietuviSkuose laikraSCiuose [Ap- 
Svieta, Vienybi, etc.] isblaSkytij ,,medegij lietuviS- 
kai botanikai", ypafi-gi iS Pabrezos Botanikos, kuriems 
tai vardams iSguldyti angliSkai tarnavo man Loudon'o 
Encyclopcedia of Plants, George Nicholson'o Encyclo- 
paedia of Horticulture ir D-ro W. Ulrich'o Internatio- 
nales Woerterbuch der Pflanzennamen. 
Chicago, III., A. Lalis, 

Laphritys, 1902. 



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Sutrumpinimai. — Abbreviations. 

= equal to, lyginasi. <fc = and, ir. 

abbr. = abbreviated word sutrumpintas iodia 

abus. = abusively jieidimui. 

ace. == accusative case „ priekininkas. 

adj. = adjective budvardis. 

adv. = adverb. prieveiksmis. 

anat. = anatomy anatomija. 

arch. = architecture architektura. 

arUh. == arithmetic ~ aritmetika. 

astr. = astronomy astronomija. 

WW. = biblical term » - biblijos iodis. 

hot. = botany botanika. 

ehem. = chemistry chemija. 

coUoq. s= colloquially paSnekos iodis. 

com. = commerce vaisbos iodis. 

comp. = comparative grade auggtesny sis bud vardiio laipsnis. 

conj. = conjunction sajunga. 

cont. = contemptuously niekinimui. 

dot. = dative case naudininkas. 

defin. = definite adjective reiSkiamoji budvardzio forma. 

dim. diminutive maiinimo iodis. 

dual. = dual number dviskaita. 

eccl. = ecclesiastical term .....bainytinis iodis. 

ent. = entomology entomologija. 

d. = and ir. 

/. = feminine gender moteriSka gimtis. 

fam. = familiar word paSnekos iodis, 

fig. = figuratively prilyginamoje prasmSje. 

gen. genitive case kiltininkas. 

geom. = geometry geometrija. 

Germ. = German vokiSkai. 

gram. = grammar gramatika. 

her. = heraldry..... SarvaiinystS. 

t. e. = id est (that is) tai yra. 

icht. = ichthyology mokslas apie iuvis. 

in comp. = in compounds sudStuose iod2iuose. 

in cont. = in contempt paieminimui. 

indeck = indeclinable word nelinksniuojamas iodis. 

instr. = instrumental case ^rankininkas. 

interj. = interjection jausmaiodis. 

loc. = locative case vietininkas. 

m. = masculine gender vyriSka gimtis. 

= marine „ jurininkystg. 



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IV 

math. = mathematics matematika. 

med. = medicine : medicina. 

mil. = military term : „„ kareivijos iodis. 

min. = mineralogy v ... .mokslas apie nauges. 

mus. = music muzika. 

myth. =-mythology mytologija. 

nom. = nominative case vardininkas* 

ntr. = neuter gender bendroji gimtis. 

num. = numeral „ skaitvardis* 

num. card. = cardinal numeral .. skaitvardis tikrasis. 

num. ord. = ordinal numeral skaitvardis paeilinis. 

obs. obsol. = obsolete word nusenSjeszodis. 

opt. = optics optika. 

orn. = ornithology mokslas apie pauk&ius. 

phys. = physics .. M „„ flzika. 

pi = plural daugskaita. 

Pol = Polish _ lenkiSkai. 

prep. = preposition prielinksnis. 

pret. = preterit pereitas laikas. 

pron. = pronoun iSvardis. 

prov. = proverb „ priezodis 

prt. = participle - veiksmavardis. 

Buss. = Russian..- rusifikai. 

s. = noun.. daigtavardis. 

sf. = feminine noun moteriSkos gimties daigtavardis. 

sm. = masculine noun vyriSkos gimties daigtavardis. 

smf. s=5 masculine and feminine noun vyriSkos ir moteriSkos gimties daigtv. 

sup. = superlative degree _aug§£iausias laipsnis. 

sur. = surgery.. chirurgija. 

typ. = typography _ knygaspaudystS. 

U. 8. = United States „ 8uvienytos Valstijos. 

v. a. = active verb _ veikiamasis veiksmazodis. 

v. coll. = collective verb ^ kolektivinis •• 

a. dur. = durative verb patenkamasis " 

t. frq. = frequentative verb „. kartojamasis " 

i. impers. = impersonal verb beypatinis " 

v. inst. = instantaneous verb veiksmazodis reiSkias um§ veikmg. 

v. n. neuter verb bendrasis veiksmazodis. 

a. rfl. = reflexive verb gr^ztamasis veiksmazodis. 

toe. = vocative case sauksmininkas. 

vulg. = vulgar expression zemas pasakymas. 

tool. = zoology „ „ mokslas apie gyvunus. 

ir. = see .... .. ziurSk. 



Bs. % BasanavyCius, 

Dauk. t Daukantas, 

Daufcsa, 

Juik., Ju§kevy£ius, 



JTr. t KurSaitis, 
Pabr. t Pabrtia, 
Mb., Miezinis, 
Schl. t Schleicher, 



Sl t Sliupas, 
Tat., Tatare\ 
Kriaui., KriauSaiti* 



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LIETUVISkAI-ANGLISkA5 20DYNAS. 



A, inter}, (denoting surprise or inquiry), 

eh, what? 
Abagainas,/.-na defin. -nasis,/. -noji, ad;. 

merciful, compassionate; kind. 

|— nai, adv. mercifully; kindly. 
Abagainumas, -o, sm. compassionate- 

ness; pity; commiseration.. 
Abalga, -os, sf. care; trouble. 
Abaras, -o, sm. crawl; fence (made 

across a brook or run for fiahing pur- 

pose*). 
Abatas, -o, sm. abbe, abbot. 
Abate, -&,*/. abbess. 
Abatija, Abatybe, Abatyste, *f. abbey, 

abbacy. 
Abazas,-o, sm.mii camp; | multitude; 

crowd ;fig. party; clique. 
Abazuoti(-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu\ r. n., 

— $, v. rfl. to encamp; to lie encamp- 
ed ; | to crowd together. 
Abecela, Abecela, sf. alphabet; A-B-C 

book. 
Abe|aip, adv. both; in both ways. 
Aba|as, -o, sm. suspense; indecision; 

doubt. Ant abejo, undecidedly, am- 
biguously; waveringly; at random. 
Abejatas, -o. sm. both. 
Abeji,/. -Jos, adv. pi. both. 
Abejingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 

adj. undetermined, hesitating. | -gal, 

adv. waveringly. 
Abejodas,/. -da, <fe/?n.-dasis,/.-do|i. «<(/. 

unconcerned; indifferent; equanim- 

ous. | -dai, adv. indifferently. 
Abejodumas, -o, sm. indifference. 
AbejoJanSial, adv. doubtingly. 
Abejojantis,/. -H, defin. -lysis, /. -cJo|i, 

adj. doubting, hesitating; wavering; 

dubious, doubtful. 
Abejo|imas, -©, sm. doubting; doubt. 



Abejokas, = Abbjopas. 

Abejone, -as, */. doubt; dubitation; 
scruple; hesitation; [nunminimax] 
despair, desperation; despondency. 
Patekti, ipultif abejone, to fall into 
despair. 

Abejopas, f.-pa, defin..pn%\%f. -poji, adj. 
of both kinds; both. Abejopai, ade. 
in both ways. 

Abejoti (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. n. to 
doubt; to hesitate; to be undeter- 
mined;! to fear; to be apprehensive. 

Abaiotinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|l, 
adj. dubitable; doubtful: dubious; 
| — nai,arfr. dubitably. 

Abejotinumas, -o, sm. dubitableness; 
doubtfulness. 

Abejotojas, /. -|a, s. doubter: scrupler; 
skeptic. 

Abejutas, /. -te, *. doubter; skeptic: | 
an indifferent, equanimous man or 
woman. 

Abejuteti (-teju, -tejau, -teMu), r. n. to 
become indifferent. 

Abejutybe, -es, *f. indifference. 

Abejutingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
idj. indifferent; equanimous. 

Abaiutiikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. ko|i, 
adj. indifferent; equanimous: | mid- 
dling | — kai, adv. indifferently: 
skeptically. 

AbeiutiSkumas, -o, sm. indifference. 

Abelnas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -r\o\i, adj. 
general; common. | — nat, adv. gener- 
ally, in general; commonly; for the 
most part. 

Abelnumas, -0, sm. generalnoss, com- 
monness. 

Abi, Abidvi, see Abu. 

Abipusiai, adv. on both sides. 

Abipusinis,/. -na, Abipusis,/ -se, adj. re- 
lating to both sides; | mutual, re- 
ciprocal. 



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Abipusybe 

Abipusybe, -$s, sf reciprocity, recipro- 
calness; alternateness. 

Abipusiikas,/. Al* 9 defin. -Icasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. of both sides; relating to both 
sides; | reciprocal; mutual. | — kai, 
adv. mutually; reciprocally. 

AbipusiSkumas, -o, sm. alternateness; 
mutual return; reciprocality, recip- 
rocal ness. 

Abirankiai, adv. with both hands. 

Abisale, -es, sf piece {of bread). 

Abisaliai, Abisalinis, Abisalybe, = Abi- 

PUSIAI, AbIPLSIXJS, ABIPUSTBfi. 

Abisaliikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. pertaining or relating to both 
sides; | reciprocal; mutual. 1 — kai, 
adv. reciprocally; mutually; inter- 
changeably. 

Abonementas, -o, sm. subscription. 

Abonentas, -o, sm. subscriber. 

Abonuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), 
v. a. to subscribe. 

Abrakas, -o, sm. horse-meat; proven- 
der; | butter-pot. 

Abrakine, -es, */. a bag for horse-meat. 

AbraSka, -OS, sf. muzzle. 

Abren&a, -ios, sf. hot. bladderwort; wa- 
ter-milfoil. Utricularia. 

Abrinas, -o,*wk butter-pot. 

Abrozas, -o, dim. -zelis, -ziukas, sm. pic- 
ture; image. 

Abrusas, -o, dim. -sells, sm. [Rank- 
sLU08Tis] ; towel. 

Abrusinis,/. -ne, adj. of towel. 

Absoliuci|a, -os, sf. absolution. 

Absoliutiikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. absolute. | —kai, adv. absolute- 
ly, completely; wholly. 

Apsoliutizmas, -o, sm. absolute power. 

Abu, Abudu,/. Abi,Abidvi,<iri/. num. both. 

A5iu, inter}, thank, thanks. 

AdamoSkas, -o, sm. damask. 

Adata, -OS, dim. -tele, sf. needle. Is ada- 
tos veiimq prukaldyti^ to make a 
mountain of a molehill. 

Adatinis,/ -ne, adj. of needle. 

Adatinyiia, -ios, sf needle-case; needle- 
box. 

Adatininkas, /. -ke, s. needier; needle- 
maker, needle-seller. 

Adeptas, -o, *m. adept. 

Adyklis, Ao t sm. mesh-needle; darning 
needle. 



Afrika 

Ad y mas, -o, sm. darning; [ embroider- 
ing. 

Adyna, -os, */. hour. = Valanda. 

Adintius, -iaus, sm. fault-finder; critic; 
sophist. 

Adinys, -io, sm. embroidery. 

Ad i star, adv. exact. 

Adyti (adau, adziau, adysiu), r. a. to 
darn: to mend; | to embroider. 

Adytojas,/. -ja, *. darner; | embroider- 
er. 

Adjutantas, -o, sm. adjutant; aid-de- 
camp. 

Administracifa, -jos, sf. administration; 
government. 

Administratorius, -iaus, sm. administra- 
tor. 

AdministratyviSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, 
/. -koji, adj. administrative. | —kai, 
ado. administratively. 

Admiralas, *o, sm. admiral. 

Admiralija, -os. sf admiralty; admiral- 
ship. v 

Adomas, -o, dim. -melis, -mukas, sm. 
Adam. Adomaitis, / -te, s. Adam's 
son;/. Adam's daughter. Adomiene, 
-es, ftf. Adam's wife. 

Adresas, -o, *«*. address. 

Adresuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), v. a^ 
to address; to direct; to put the ad- 
dress on. 

AdriatiSkos mares, sf. pi. Adriatic sea. 

Adventas, -o, umally in the pi. Adventai, 
-q, sm. advent; advent's season. 

Adverija, -jos, sf door-frame. = Stak- 

TA. 

AdverniSkas, /. -to, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|l, 
adj. inverse; inverted; perverted; 
turned from right; misinterpreted. 
I— kai, adv. pervertedly. 

Adverniskumas, -o, sm. state of being 
inverted or perverted; inversion. 

Advokatas, -o, sm. advocate; lawyer; 
barrister. 

Akvokatauti (-tauju, -tavau, -tausiu), 
v. n. to advocate for one; to plead 
in favor of. 

Advokatura, -os, sf advocacy. 

Afrika, -os, sf Africa. Afrlkietis,/. -te, 
AfrikonaS)/. -ne, African; an inhabit- 
ant of Africa. Afrikinis,/. -ne, -kiSkas, 
/ -ka, or • koniikas, /. ka, adj. Afri- 
can. 



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Agaras 

Agaras, -o, sm. halm ; blade (of straw, 

corn or grass). 
AgarunaSy -0, sm. hot. Jesuit's nut; ling; 

water caltrops; water chestnut. 

Trapa natans. 
Agate, -os, sf. Agatha; Aggy. Dim. -tele, 

little Aggy. 
Agatas, -o, sm. (mm.) agate. 
Agentes, -o, sm. agent : factor. 
Agentija, -os, Agentura -os, sf. agent's 

office; agency. 
Agitacifa, -03, #/. agitation; commotion. 
Agitavimas, -o, sm. agitation. 
Agitatariikas, /. -ka, deftn. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 

adj. of agitator. 
Agitatorius, -lain, sm. agitator. 
Agituoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 

to agitate. 
Agle, = Egl£. 

Agnasas, -o, dim. -sills, sm. amulet. 
Agne, Agnieika, -os, sf. Agnes. 
Agnus,/, -ni, deftn. -niisis,/. -nlo|l, adj. 

[Juik.] aotive; lively; brisk. 
Agrastas, -o, sm. gooseberry, 
Agrastinis,/. -no, adj. of gooseberry. 
Agronomas, -o, sm. agriculturist. 
Agronomiia, -os, sf. agronomy. 
Agronomiikas,/. -ka, dejin. -kasis,/. -ko- 

\i,adj. agricultuial. 
Aguona, -os, dim. -nele, */. hot. poppy; 

laakine — , corn-poppy, red weed. 

Papaver rhoeas. 
Aguoninis, /. -ne, adj. of poppy; made 

of poppy. 
Aguonojai, -i|, sm. pi. poppy stubble. 
Agurkas, -o, dim. -kelis, -io, sm. cucum- 
ber; [raugintas] pickle. 
Agurkinis,/. -ne, adj. of cucumber; be- 
longing or pertaining to cucumber. 
Ai, interj. ah! alas! 
Aibe, -es, sf. swarm. = Eib£. 
Aidas, -0, sm. echo; report; noise. 
Aideti (-deju, -dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 

echo; to resound. 
Aigyptes, -o, sm. Egyftas. 
Aikitis, -ies, sf. glade; an open place in a 

forest; an open field; room; space. 

| [Juik.] passion; ardor; eagerness. 
Aikitus, /. -U, ntr. -to, deftn. -itusis,/. 

-idioji, adj. roomy; wide; spacious. 
Aikvoti, = Erevon. 
Aiman, interj. woe to me; woe betide 

me. 



3 Akademlkas 

Aimanavimas, -o, sm. lamentation; wail 
ing. 

Aimanuotl (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v. 
n. to complain, to lament, to wail. 

Ainys, -io, sm. descendant; offspring; 
pi Alniai, descendants; posterity. 

Aire, sf. = Vairas. 

Aisiulis,/. -Io, *. descendant. 

Aistra,-os, sf. passion; ardor; eagerness. 

Aistrumas, -o, sm. passion. 

Aistrus,/. -ri, deftn. -rusis, /. -rlo|l. adj. 
passionate; ardent; vehement. | 
—rial, adv. passionately. 

Aiiketi (-keju, -kejau, -kesiu), v. n. to 
clear up; to grow clear. 

Aiskiai, ad v. plainly; clearly; distinctly; 
expressively; emphatically. 

Aiikybe, -es, sf. clearness; distinctness; 
precision; expressiveness. 

AiSkinimas, -o, sm. explaining; explana- 
tion; illustration; interpretation. 

AiSkintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to ex- 
plain; to explicate; to expound; to 
illustrate. 

Aiikokas,/. -ka, adj. pretty clear; plain. 

Aiikumas, = AiskybE. 

Aiikus, /. -ki, ntr. -ku, deftn. -kusis, /. 
•kio|i, adj. plain; clear; distinct; ex- 
pressive; emphatical. 

Aitra, -os, sf. tartness. 

Aitrumas, -o, sm. acrimony; crabbed- 
ness; tartness. 

Aitrus,/. -ri, ntr. -ru, deftn. -rusis,/. -rio- 
|l, adj. acrimonious; crabbed; tart, 
surly; | [atkaklus] fanatic; fanatic- 
al; extravagant. | — rial, adv. crab- 
bed ly: surlily; | fanatically ; extrav- 
agantly. 

Aitvaras, -o, sm. myth, house-demon; 
hobgoblin. 

Alia, -os, sf. fissure; cleft; chink; crev- 
ice. 

Aizeti (-zgju, -zejau, -zesiu), v. n. to 
crack; to rend; break or burst in 
chinks. 

Aizytl (-zau, -ziau, -iysiu), v. a. to husk; 
to shell. 

Ajeras, -o, sm. hot. sweet-flag = KalmJS. 

Ak, interj. ah! alas! 

Akacija, -os, sf. hot. acacia; locust tree. 

Akademi|a, -os, sf. academy. 

Akademlkas, -o, sm. academician; acad- 
emist. 



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Akademiikts 

Akademiikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko- 
|l, adj. academic, academical.) 
— kai, adv. academically. 

Akcentas, -o, sm. accent. = Kirtis. 

Akcentuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu). v. 
a. n. to accent; to accentuate. 

Akclja, -os, ^.action; agency; opera- 
tion; | share (in a company). 

Akcifonierius, -iaus, sm. shareholder; 
stockholder. 

Akcyie, -H,sf. excise; duty; impost. 

Aketios, -ii|, sf. pi. harrow. 

Ake&kuolis, -Jo, sm. harrow-tooth. 

Akejimas, -o,*ro. harrowing; | a place 
harrowed. 

Akete, -as, Aketis, -ies, sf. ice-hole, (for 
the purpose of drawing up water or 
fishing). 

Aketi (-kgju, -kejau, -kesiu), v. a. n. 
to harrow. 

Aketojas,/. -|a, s. harrower. 

Akybrokitas, -o,*ro. shame; disgrace. 

Akylandumas, -o, sm. the state of being 
evident; obviousness. 

Akyiandus,/. -di, defin. -dusis, /. -dzio|i, 
adj. evident; plain; apparent. 

Akylandziai, adv. evidently; plainly. 

Akyias, /. -la, defin. -lasis,/. -lo|i, adj. 
clear-sighted; perspicacious; provi- 
dent; circumspect. | — to\,adv. clear- 
sightedly. 

Akylumas, -o,sm. clearsightedness; per- 
spicacity; foresight. 

Akymirka, -OS, sf. the twinkling of an 
eye. Akymirkoj, in the twinkling 
of an eye. 

Akymoju, adv. in the twinkling of an 
eye; in a moment; instantly. 

Akyna, -os, sf. hot. black currant. Ribes 
nigrum. 

Akiniai, -iij, sm. pi. spectacles; glasses. 

Akinis, /. -no, adj. of the eye; ocular; 
optic. Akinis dantis, eye-tooth; 
canine tooth. 

Akinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to move; 
to incite; to induce. 

Akypleia, -os, smf. an impertinent per- 
son; an insolent creature. 

Akyplotas, -o, sm. measure by the eye; 
eye-sight. Akyplotu, by the eye; by 
chance; at random. 

Akyrege, -os, sf. sight; view. 

Akis, -ies, dim. -kele, -kute, sf. eye. Tu- 



l Aklinti 

reti ant ko akf^ to keep an eye on; to 

watch one. Suns akis tureU y to be 

shameless; to be insolent. 
Akysopis, -lo, sm. pain in the eyes. 
Akytas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis,/.-to|i, adj. 

having many eyps: having many 

little holes; porous. 
Akyti (-kiju, -kijau, -kysiu), v. n. to 

grow porous. 
Aktyvyzis, Akyvyzis, -io, sm. eyesight; 

aspect; prospect; view. 
Akyvaizda, Akyveizda, -os, */. eyesight; 

view; | presence. Akyvaizdoje, in 

the view; in one's presence; in the 

presence of. 
Akyvaizdumas, -o, sm. evidence; mani- 

festness. 
Akyvaizdus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. dzioji, 

adj. evident, apparent. | -dziai, ado. 

evidently. 
Akyvas,/. -va, defin. -vasis,/. -voji, adj. 

curious; inquisitive. | — vai,cirfr. cu- 
riously; inquisitively. 
Akyvisna, adv. in sight of; 1n one's 

presence. 
Akyvumas,-o, sm. curiosity; inquisitive- 

ness. 
Akyiaga, -os, smf. an unceremonious 

or blunt person; one who says a 

thing to one's face; a saucy fellow. 
Akyzagumas, -o, sm. sauciness. 
Akyzagingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -yoji, 

adj. saucy; impudent; rude. | —gal, 

adv. saucily; impudently. 
Aklaitis, -£io, sm. devil; demon. 
Aklas, /. -la, defin. -lasis,/. -lo|l, adj. 

blind; | close: tight; compact. | 

Hal, adv. blindly; closely; tightly; 

compactly. 
Aklybe, -es, tf". blindness; ablepsy. 
Aklimaras,/. »ra, <*<(/. close; tight; com- 
pact. | — rai, adv. closely; tightly: 

compactly. 
Aklimaras,/. -re, *. a blind one; dolt; 

blockhead. 
Aklinai, adv. closely; hermetically. 
Aklineti (n6ju, -nejau, -n6siu), v.frq. 

to walk about like a blind one. 
Aklinis, /. -ne, adj. blind ; — langas, 

blind window. 
Aklinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to blind; 

to make blind ;fig. to darken one's 

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Aklys 

Aklys, -io, sm. ent. ox-fly ; gad-fly ; breeze ; 
I (wig-) a blind fellow; dolt; block- 
head. 

Aklokas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -kofi, orf/. 
somewhat blind; quite blind; | 
close. 

Aklumas, -o, sm. blindness; | closeness; 
compactness. 

Aklutis, -£io, *m. [dtm. of Akt,as] a blind 
fellow; totally blind. | bot. dead- 
nettle. Galeobdolon. 

Akmenas, -o, sm. stone (weight qf forty 
pounds). 

Akmenelis, -io, sm. dim. little stone. 
Melynatis akmeneUs, sulphate of cop- 
per; blue vitriol. 

Akmeneti (-ngju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. n. 
to turn to stone; to petrify. 

Akmenyiia, -ios, sf. quarry; stone pit. 

Akmenynas, -o, sm. heap of stones; a 
place abounding with stones. 

Akmenyne, -es, sf. a stony land ; a place 
abounding with stones. 

Akmeningas,/. -ga. defin. -gasis,/. -yo|i, 
adj. abounding with stones; stony; 
lapideous. 

Akmeninis,/. -ne,flrf/. stony ;s' one; made 
or consisting of stone. Akmenine £ir- 
dis, a stony-heart; a pitiless person. 

Akmenskaldis, -dzio, sm. stone cutter. 

Akmenuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, 
adj. stony; abounding with stones. 

Akmenuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v. 
a. to stone; to pelt, beat or kill with 
stones. \.v. n. to become a stone; to 
turn to stone. 

Akmuo, -mens, sm. stone; rock. Brangns 
— , precious stone; jewel. Kampinis 
— , corner stone ; fundamental stone. 
| med. stone; gravel (in the bladder). 
Dim. Akmenelis, -niukas, sm. a little 
stone. Melynasis akmenelis, sulphate 
of copper; blue vitriol. 

Akompanijamentas, -o, sm. accompani- 
ment. 

Akompani|uoti(-juoju, -javau, -juosiu), 
v. a. to accompany. 

Akordas, -o, sm. mus. accord; chord. 

Akras, -o, sm. acre. 

Akselinis,/. -ne,a4/. of chaff; belonging 
to chaff. Akseline ma&ina, chaff-cut- 
ter. 

Akselis, -Io, sm. chaff; straw cut up for 
fodder. 



Ale 

Akselpeilis, -io, sm. chaff-cutter. 

Aksomas, -o, Aksomitas, -o, sm. velvet. 

Aksominis,/. -n%,aaj. velvet; of velvet; 
velvety. 

Akstinas, -o,sm. prickle;^, goad; stim- 
ulus. 

Akstinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to stir 
up; to goad; to stimulate. 

Akstinuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. toji, 
adj. prickly; full of prickles; armed 
with prickles. 

Akitis, -ies, sf. spit; prong. = Jiesmas. 

Akivita, -OS, sf. bot. euphrasy; eye- 
bright. Euphrasia. 

Aktainis, -Io, sm. a cubic fathom; | a 
measure of about 20 gallons. 

Aktas, -o, sm. act; action. 

Akti(anku ( akau, aksiu), v. n. to grow 
blind: to lose one's sight. 

Aktiviikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. active; effective. 

Aktore, -es */. actress. 

Aktorius, -iaus, sm. actor. 

Akultoriai, -iij, sm. pi. = Aktniai. 

Akuotas,-o,*m. bot. awn: beard; prickle. 

Akuotuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 
adj. awny; husky; prickly. 

Akustika, -os, sf. acoustics. 

Akustiskas,/. -ka, adj. acoustic. 

Akuleras,/. -ri, *. accoucheur; obstet- 
rician; midwife. 

Akuierija, -fos, sf obstetrics; midwife- 
ry. 

Akuseriikas,/. -ka, adj. obstetrical. 

Akute, -es, sf [dim. of Akis] little eye. 

Alabastras, -o, sm. alabaster. = Alia- 
bastras. 

Alasas, -o, sm. noise; uproar; clutter; 
bustle. 

Alasuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), r. n. 
to make a noise; to clutter; to poth- 
er. 

Alba, -os, sf. alb; surplice. 

Albani|a, -os, sf. Albania, Albany. Alba- 
nietis,/. -to, Albanian: inhabitant of 
Albania. Albaniikas,/. -ka, adj. Al- 
banian. 

Aida, -os, sf. loose jollity; merriment; 
revelry ; loose, disorderly life. 

Aidija, -OS, sf boat; canoe. 

Aldra, -os, sm. a jolly fellow; reveler 
coxcomb. 

Ale, conj. but. 



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Alegorija 

Alegorija, -os, */. allegory. 
Alegorilkas,/. -ka, adj. allegonc(al). I 
-kai,rtdt>. allegorically, figuratively. 
Aleja, -os, */. alley. 
Aieksandra, -os, */. Alexandrine. 
Aleksandras, -o, sm. Alexander. 
Alfabetas, -o, sm. alphabet, 
Alfabetinis,/..ne;Alfabetilka5,/. -ka, adj. 
alphabetical. | -kai, adv. alphabet- 
ically. 
Alga, -os, *f. wages; salary. Algos ver- 

gas> wage-slave. 
Algamitis, /. -te, *. wage-workman; 

wage-workwoman; laborer. 
Algauti (-gauju, -gavau, -gausiu), v. n. 
to serve; to work for wages; to hire 
one's self out as a servant. 
Alge, -es, */. bot. speedwell; Hungarian 

speedwell. Veronica teucrium. 
Algebra, -os, */ algebra. 
Algebrafckas,/. -ka, adj. algebraical. 
Algerija, -os,«/. Algeria. 
Alglninkas,/. -ke,*. wage-workman. 
Aliabastras, -o, sm. alabaster. 
Aliabastrinis,/. -ne, adj. alabaster. 
Aliejingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 

adj. oleaginous; full of oil; oily. 
Alieiinyiia, -ios, */. oil shop; oil-bag. 
Aliejininkas, /. -ke, *. oiler; dealer in 

oils. . . 

Aiielinis,/. -nM<tf. of oil. AUejinispa- 

veik*las y oil painting. 
Alieiuolas,/. -\A t defin. -lasis,/. Ao\\,adj. 

oiled; oily. 
Aliejuoti (-juoju, -javau, -juosiu), v. a, 

to oil. 
Alicjus, -aus,m. oil. 
Aline>es, */. beer-house; beer-cellar. 
Alinimas, -o t sm. exploitation. 
Alinls,/. -ne, adj. of beer; belonging or 
pertaining to beer. Aline batka, 
beer keg. 
Alintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to ex 
ploit; to draw profit. | — S, v. rfl to 
toil; to drudge; 
Aiintojas,/. .|a, *. exploiter. 
Alyva, -os, */. hot. olive; olive-tree; | 
lilac; common lilac. Syringa vulga- 
ris. 
Alyvynas, -o, sm. olive grove; lilac bush- 
es. 
Alyvinis, /. -nS, adj. of olive tree; of 
lilac. 



Aisuotl 

Alka, -os, */. a mound raised over the 
remains of the dead; barrow; tumu- 
lus. 
Alkanas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -noil, adj. 

hungry. 
Alkanybe, -es, *f. Alkanumas, -o, sm. the 

state of being hungry; hunger. 
Alkierius, -iaus, sm. closet. 
Alkinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to keep 
one in hunger; to leave one in hun- 
ger; to famish. 
Alkis, -io, sm. famine; hunger. 
Alkoholikas,/. -ke, s. alcoholist. 
Alkoholinis,/. -ne, adj. alcoholic. 
Alkoholis, -io, sm. alcohol. 
Alkoholilkas,/. -ka, ad,}, alcoholic. 
Alksnynas, -o, sm. Alksnyne, -es, sf. al- 
der-wood; grove of alder trees. 
Alksninls,/. -ne, adj. of alder tree. 
Alksnis, -io, sm. bot. alder; alder tree 
Alkstantis, /. -ti, defin. -tysis, /. -5io|i, 
adj. hungry; suffering hunger; Jig. 
having an eager desire. 
Alkti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. ft. to hun- 
ger;/^, to long for; to desire. 
Alkune, -es, sf. elbow; fig. winding: sin- 
uosity. Upes. kelio alkune, the wind- 
ing of a stream, of a road. 
Almas, -o, sm. hastiness; precipitance; 

haste; speed. 
Alme, -es, sf. pus; matter; sanies. 
Almeti (-mu, -me>u, -mesiu), *. n. to 

leak, to run; to discharge pus. 
Alpai, -ij, sm. pi. the Alps. 
Alpinis,/. -ne, adj. Alpine. 
Aipavimas, -o, sm. fainting. 
Alpimas, -0, sm. swoon, fainting. 
Alpti (-pstu, -pau, -psiu), v. n. to faint; 

to fall into a swoon. 
Alpulys, -io, sm. faintingfit; swoon. 
Atpumas, -o, sm. faint ness; qualmish- 
ness. 
Alpus, /. -pi, defin. -pusis,/. -pioji, adj. 

faint; qualmish. 
Alpuoti (puoju, -pavau, -puosiu), v. n. 

to faint. 
Alsa, -os, */. weariness; exhaustion; fa- 
tigue. 
Alsinti (-nu. -nau, -nsiu), *. a. to tire, 
to weary; to fatigue; to exhaust the 
strength. 
Atsumas, -o, sm. tiresomeness. 
Alsuoti (suoju, -savau, -suosiu), r. n. 
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Alsus 

Alsus,/. -Si, defin. -susis,/. -Sio|i, adj. 
tiresome; wearisome; fatiguing. 

Altine, -es, af. viol, viola. 

Aito, (mua.) alto. 

Altorinis, /. -ne, adj. pertaining {or re- 
lating) to the altar. 

Altorius, -iaus, am. altar. 

Aludaris, -io, am. beer brewer. 

Aiude, -es, */. beer cellar. 

Alunas, -o, am. alum. 

Alus, -aus, dim. -iutis, -luiis, am. beer; 
ale; lager beer. 

Amalas, -o, am. hot. mistletoe (genus 
Viscum). 

Amarantas, -o, am. hot. amaranth. 

Amaras, -o, am. ent. vine-fretter; puce- 
ron; aphis; | honey -dew. 

Amatas, -9, am. craft; handicraft; trade; 
profession. 

Amatininkas, /. -ke, a. artisan; trades- 
man; craftsman. 

Amatininkyste, -es, af = Amatas. 

Amatininkiikas, /. -ka, defin. .kasis, /. 
-koji, adj. of an artisan; belonging 
to a trade or handicraft; artisan- 
like. 

Amatorius,/. -re, *. amateur: lover., 

Amatoriikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. amatory; amatorian; amato- 
rious. 

Amazone, -es, af. Amazon. 

Ambasada, -os, af. embassy. 

Ambasadorius, -iaus, am. ambassador- 

Ambici|a, -OS, af. ambition. 

Ambitiikai, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. ambitious. 

Ambonas, -o, am. pulpit, 

Ambrazas, -o, am. Ambrose. Ambraziene, 
-es,*f. Ambrose's wife. 

Ambryti (riju, -rijau, -rysiu)„t>. a. n. 
to yelp; to snarl; to speak roughly; 
to talk in rude terms. 

Ambrozija, -os, af. ambrosia. 

Amen, indecl. amen. 

Amerika, -os, af. America. 

Amerikietis,/. -te, an American. 

Amerikilkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. American. 

Amfiteatras, -o, am. amphitheater. 

Ametistas, -o, am. min. amethyst. 

Amfibija, -os, af. amphibia. 

AmnesV|a, -os, af. amnesty. 

Amoniia, -OS, af. ammonia. 



Andai 

Amonijakas, o,am. ammoniac. 

Ampula, -os, af. cruet. 

Amunlcija, -os, af. ammunition. 

Amziauti (-ziauju, -ziavau, -ziausiu), v. 
n. to last forever; to remain for ev- 
er;/^, to make a long stay. 

Amzinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|l, adj. 
eternal; everlasting; perpetual. | 
— nal, adv. eternally; perpetually. 

Amzinautl, = Amziauti. 

Amzinybe, -es, af. Amzinumas, -o, am. 
eternity; everlasting duration; per- 
petuity. 

Amzis, -io, Amzius, -iaus, am. age; the 
duration of human life; years; the 
interval since one's birth; | centu- 
ry. Amzin omiiai, eternity. 

Ana, interj. there. Ana-kitr, there it is. 

Ana, -os, pron.f., aee Ans. 

Anaip, adv. in other way or manner; in 
that way. Anaip toli, far from that; 
never; on no account. 

Analitilkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. analytical). 

Analiza, -os, af. analysis. 

Anaiizuoti (-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu), v. 
a. to analyze. 

Analog i|a, -os, af. analogy. 

Analogiskas,/. -to, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. analogous; analogical. | — kai, 
adv. analogically; analogously. 

Ananasa, -os, af. pineapple. 

Anandai, = Andai. 

Anapus, adv. on that side. 

Anarchija, -os, af. anarchy. 

Anarchistas,/. -te,«. anarchist. 

Anarchistiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
-koji, adj. anarchistic. 

Anarchizmas, -o, am. anarchism. 

Anas,/, -na, = Ans. 

Anatomija, os, af. anatomy. Palygina- 
moji — , comparative anatomy. 

Anatomiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, / -ko- 
ji, adj. anatomical. | —kai, adv. ana- 
tomically. 

Anauriais, adv. a few days ago; the oth- 
er day. 

Anava, interj. there! look there! 

AnSdelis, -io, am. tax; impost. 

AnSiukas, -o, am. a young duck; duck- 
ling. 

Andai, Andais, adv. the other day; a few 
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Andai 

Andgi, -ij, sm. pi. the Andes. 

Andainykltis,/. -te, adj. of a few days 
ago; recent. 

Andrius, -iaus, dim. -driukas, sm. An- 
drew. Andriene, -es, sf. Andrew's 
wife. 

Ane, -es, sf. Anna, Annie, Ann. = Ona. 

Anekdotas, -o, sm. anecdote. 

Anga, -os, sf. opening of a door; aper- 
ture. 

Angelas, -o, dim. -ielis, -iiukas, sm. angel; 
— sargas, guardian angel. 

Angeliikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. angelic, angelical ; angel-like. | 
— kai, adv. angelically. 

Angis, -ies, sf. zool. viper; adder; ser- 
pent. 

Anglas,/. -ie, Englishman; /. English- 
woman. 

Angledarts, -to, sm. carbon. 

Angledcgis, -io, sm. charcoal burner. 

Anglekasykla,. -os, Anglekastyne, -es, sf. 
coal mine; coal pit. ^ 

AnglerugStinis, /. -ne, adj. of carbonic 
acid, — gazas, carbonic acid gas. 

Anglerug&tis, -ies, sf. chem. carbonic 
acid 

Anglija, -05, sf. England Angll|onas,/. 
-ne, *. Englishman; Englishwoman. 
= Anglas. 

Anglinyfiia, -ios, sf. coal house; coal 
mine: coal pit. 

Anglininkas, /. -ke, sm. coal man; coal 
merchant. 

Angiinis,/. -ne, adj. of coal; belonging 
or pertaining to coal; carbonic. An- 
gline rug&iis, carbonic acid. 

Anglis, -ies, sf. coal ; medine — , charcoal ; 
akmenine — , pit coal; stone coal. 

Angl&kas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj , — kai, adv. English. 

Anglius, -iaus, sin. coal man; coal mer- 
chant; charcoal burner. 

Angstas, = Ankstas. 

Aniolas, -o, sm. = AngElas. 

Anyta, -OS, sf. mother-in-law. 

Anyziai, -ii[, sm. pi. hot. anise pimpinel- 
la. Anisum vulgare or Pimpinella 
anisum. 

Anka, -os, sf. running knot; loop; sling. 

Ankaras, -o, sm. barrel; keg. 

Ankstas, -o, sm. early morning. Ii ank- 
sto, from early morn; beforehand; 
in advance. 



8 Anonimi&kas 

Anksti, adv. early; betimes. 
Ankstybas, /. -ba, defin. -basis,/. -bo|l, 

adj. early; | premature. | — bai, adv. 

early; prematurely. 
Ankstybe, -4s, sf. earliness; | premature- 

ness; prematurity. 
Ankstybokas,/. -ka, adj. somewhat pre- 
mature. 
Anksiinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to do 

earlier than it is necessary. | — s, v. 

rffl. to be early; to go fast. 
Ankstyvas,/ -va, adj. = Ankstybas. 
Ankstokas, / -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 

adj. somewhat early, little too early; 

| premature. | -kai, adv. pretty 

early. 
Ankstumas, -o, sm. earliness. 
Ankstus,/. -ti, defin. -tusis,/. -sclojl, adj. 

early; | premature. 
Ank&iiai, ado. tightly ; narrowly ; strait- 

ly; closely; | intimately. 
Ank§5ioti(-cioju, -Siojau, -ciosiu), v. n. 

— S, v. rfl. to pod; to produce pods or 

cods; to boll. 
Anklttuotas, /. -te, defin. -tesis,/. -toji, 

adj. coddy. 
Ankites,/. -ta, defin. -tesis, /. -to|i, adj. 

narrow; strait; tight, j — tei, adv. 

tightly; narrowly; | closely. 
Ankitetes,/. A*, adj. = Anksciuotas. 
Ankstybe, -is, sf. straitness; narrowness. 
Ankitingas, /. -ga, defin. -yasis,/. -yo|i, 

adj. coddy; full of cods. 
Ankitinimas, -o, sm. (the act of) straiten- 
ing; contracting. 
AnkStinis,/. -ne, adj. of a cod. 
Ankitinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to tight- 
en; to straiten; to make narrow; to 

contract. 
Ankstis (a'nkstis), -ies, sf. cod; pod; 

hull; shell (of pea, bean, etc.). 2. 

(an'kstis) strait; narrow pass; frith. 
Ankltokas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj pretty narrow; protty strait. 
Ankstuma, -os,^. strait; frith; narrow 

passage. 
Ankstumas, -o, sm. tightness; narrow- 
ness; straitness. 
Anodija, -os, */. anodyne. 
Anoks,/. -kia, adj. of that kind; of that 

manner. 
Anonimas, -o, sm. anonymous writer. 
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Anot 

adj. anonymous | — kai, adv. anony- 
mously. 

Anot, Anote, prep, with gen. accordingly; 
according to. Anot kalbetqjo iodii%, 
according to the words of the speak- 
er. 

Ans,/. -na, defin. -anasis,/. -ano|i, pron. 
that; yon; yonder; that one. 

Ant, prep, with gen on; upon; in; by; 
at. Sceikas ant kuno, bet ncsveUcas 
ant pToto y well in body, but sick in 
mind. Ant inano laikrodHojan tre&a, 
it is already three by my watch. 

Antai, adv. there. Antai kur, see there; 
there it is. Kaip antai, as; to wit; 
namely. 

Antakis, -io, sm. eyebrow. 

Antanas, dim. -neiis,(*ft eont.). -nytis, -niu- 
kas,*ro. Anthony. Antanaitis,/. -te, *. 
the son, daughter of Antanas. Anta 
nlene, -as, sf. wife of Antanas. 

Antanina, -OS, sf. Antonina, Antonia. 

Antapas, -o, em. = Intapas. 

Antauga, -os, sf. excrescence. 

Antauglnti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
let grow. 

Antaugti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to 
grow up; to increase. 

Antaulis, -io, em. gaiter. 

Antausis, -io, sm. the upper part of the 
ear, or the part of the head just a- 
bove the ear. Apskaldyti kam antau- 
sius, to box one's ears. 

Antdetl (-dedu, -dejau, -dSsiu), v. a. to 
lay, put or place upon ; to put one 
thing upon the other. 

Antdrapanes, -iij, sf. pi. menses; catame- 
nial(<w menstrual) discharges. 

Anteiti (-einu, -Sjau, -eisiu), v. n. to 
come in unexpectedly. 

Antgaiis, -Io, sm. ferrule; chape {of a 
scabbard, etc.) 

Antg*ivis, -io, sm. heading; title. 

Antgrabis, -io, sm. tombstone. 

Antiena, -os, sf. meat of duck. 

Antiliq aalos, sf. pi the Antilles; the 
Leeward Islands. 

Antilopa, -os,«m. tool antelope. 

Antfnis,/. -no, adj. of a duck; anatine. 

Antis, -let, dim. -told, sf. duck. Laukine 
— , wild duck. 

Antis, -£io, sm. bosom. 

I (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. n. to 



. Antrarqsis 

come up unexpectedly (on horse- 
back). 

Antkaisti, = USkaisti. 

Antkaklis, -io,#m. necklace;^, trouble; 
molestation; disturbance; perplexi- 
ty. 

Antkalnis, -io, sm. eminence; rising 
ground. 

Antkapis, -io, sm. tomb hill ; tombstone. 

Antkrantis, -cJo, sm. coast; shore. 

Antkristi (krintu, -kritau, -krisiu), v. 
n. to fall upon; to attack. 

Antkritis, -£io, sm. attack; (ligos) fit; 
paroxysm. 

Antkrutis, -cio, sm. stomacher; breast- 
plate. 

Antkurpiai, -I4, sm. pi overshoe, rubber 
shoe. 

Antlakas, -0, sm flush; tinge: touch. 

Antmesti (-metu, -meciau, -mesiu), v.a. 
to throw on (upon). — kam jungq, 
to put a yoke on; to enslave; to bring 
into bondage. 

Antnartis, -5io, sm. pillowcase; tick of 
a pillow. 

Antpiiitis, -clo, sm. the fore part of a 
shoe; | thimble. 

Antpetis, -Sio, sm. epaulet. 

Antpludis, -dzio, sm. afflux; inroad; in- 
vasion. 

Antplusti (-stu, -dau, -siu), 9. n. to flow 
upo 1; to inundate; to invade. 

Antpulti (-puolu, -puoliau, -pulsiu), v 
n. to fall upon one ; to attack. = 

UzPULTf. 

Antpuldineti (-ngju, -nSjau, -nesiu), v. 

a. to attack. 
Antpuolis, -io, sm. attack. 
Antradienis, -io, sm. Tuesday. 
Antraeilinis,/. -ne, Antraeilis,/. -le, adj. 

of the second rank; of the second 

class; secondary. 
Antraip, adv. in other way; otherwise; 

else. 
Antralakai, -kq, sm. pi. grain of poorer 

quality. 
Antramitis,/. -te, s. two year old (said 

of a foal). 
Antrankis, -io, sm. armlet; bracelet. 
Antrarankis, f -ke, adj. second-hand. | 

s. sub-laborer; helper; auxiliary. 
AntraruSis, /. -io, adj. of second sort, 

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Antras, /. -ra, defin. -rasis, /. -ro|i, adj. 
second ; other. 

Antraias, -Jo, sm. inscription; address. 

Antravada, -os, sf second wife. 

Antrininkas,/. -ke, *. sub-laborer; -sub- 
servant; helper- auxiliary. 

Antrinis,/. -ne,adj. secondary. 

Antrinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
double; to repeat. 

Antrys, -io, sm. boar. 

Antskrebas, -o, sm. flap {of a hat). 

Antsnukis, -io, sm. muzzle. 

Antspaudas, -o, sm. pressure; | seal. 

Antspausti (-spaudziu, -spaudziau, 
-spausiu), v. a. to press upon; | to 
seal. 

Antstaktis, -{io, sm. lintel. 

Antstolis, -io, sm. police-officer. 

Antslaitis, -6io, sm. slope. 

Antvilkti (-velku, -vilkau, -vilksiu), v. 
a. to drag on, (upon); to cover (with 
something). 

Antvozas, -o, am. lid; cover; coverlet. 

Anukas, -o, sm. grandson. Anuke, sf. 
granddaughter. 

Anuokart, adv. not long ago; the other 
day. 

Anuomet, adv. great while ago; several 
years ago; once. 

Anuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), n. a. 
n. to toil; to labor; to work. | [Bs.] 
to unite in sexual embraces. 

Ap-, Apy-, inaep. prep, or prefix to verbs, 
nouns, and adjectites. In, many in- 
stances it corresponds with Latin cik- 

CUM-. 

Apa£ia, -ios, sf. side underneath: bot- 
tom. ApaCioj, adv. beneath; below; 
underneath. 

Apakelis,/. -Ie,a. (incont.) blind person; 
Jiff, blockhead; jackass; dolt. 

Apakimas, -o, sm. loss of sight; blind- 
ness;^, want of judgment. 

Apakinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), r. a. to make 
blind; fig. to stultify; to make-fool- 
ish. 

Apakti (anku, -akau, -aksiu), v. n. to 
become blind; to lose the eyesight. 

Apalpimas, -o, sm. faintness: swoon. 

Apalpti (-psiu, -pau, -psiu), v. n. to 
swoon; to fall into a swoon. 

Apara, -os, sf. ploughed field. 

Apart, prep, with gen. besides; except; 



Apdagas 

but. Apart tares asjokio leito draugo 
neiuriu, I have no other friend but 
you. 

Aparte, -6s, sf. shoe-string; shoe-lace. 

Aparti (-ariu, -ariau, -arsiu), v. a. to 
plough up; to finish ploughing. 

Apastalas, -o, sm. apostle. 

Apastalyste, -es, sf apostleship. 

Apastaliskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. apostolic, apostolical. | — kai, 
adv. apostolical ly. 

Apatints,/. -ne, defin. -nysis,/. -nioli, adj. 
lower; nether; inferior. Apatineda- 
lis, the under part of a thin?. 

Apauges,/. -gusi, prt. overgrown with. 

Apaugimas, -o, sm. the state of being 
overgrown. 

Apauginimas, -o, sm. the act of bringing 
about overgrowth. 

Apauginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
overgrow; to cover with growth. 

Apaugti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu), r. n. to over- 
grow; to close by growing. 

Apauksuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), r. 
a. to gild; to overlay with gold. 

Apauti (-aunu, -aviau, -ausiu), v. a. to 
put on boots or shoes. 

Apautuvas, -o, sm. covering for the foot; 
boots, shoes, stockings, etc. 

Apavas, -o, sm. = Apautuvas. 

Apavimas, -o, sm. the act of putting on 
shoes. 

ApcYaupti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to 
mouth; to encompass into the 
mouth; fig. to seize; to take posses- 
sion by force. 

ApSystyti = Apvalyti. 

ApSiuopti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to 
feel ; to touch. 

ApSiupineJimas, -o, sm. groping; feeling; 
touching. 

ApSiupineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. a. 
to grope; to touch on all sides; to 
feel. 

Apdabinimas, -o, sm. adorning; adorn- 
ment. 

Apdabinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v t a. to 
adorn; to embellish; to ornament; 
to grace. 

Apdabintojas,/. -ja, s. adorner; decora- 
tor. 

Apdagas, -o, «m. burn; sunburnt com- 
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Apdalinimas 

Apdalinimas, -o, sm. the act of giving 
every one his share; distribution. 

Apdalinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to give 
every one his share; to distribute; 
to endow. 

Apdanga, -03, sf. Apdangalas, -o, sm. cov- 
er; covering; | cloths; clothes. 

Apdangstineti (-neju, -jau, -nesiu), Ap- 
dangstyti, (-gstau, -gsfciau, -gstysiu), 
v frq. Apdengti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. 
a. to cover; to overspread; to shel- 
ter; to protect. 

Apdaras, -o, sm. case; binding; frame; I 
clothes; garment. 

Apdarymas, -o, sm. [knygos] binding; 
[paveikslo] framing. 

Apdarineti(-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. frg., 
Apdaryti (-darau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. 
to enchase; to bind; [paceiktlq] to 
set in; to frame. 

Apdauzineti(-neju, -ngjau, -nesiu), Ap- 
dauzyti (-zau, -ziau, -zysiu), v. a. to 
beat or knock from all sides. Ap- 
diiuzyti kam arUausius, to box one's 
ears. 

Apdavai, -ij, sm. pL venomous matter; 
poison. 

Apdegelis, /. -le, *. anything burnt 
around; | one who suffered loss 
through a fire. 

Apdtginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
burn around. 

Apdegti (-gu, -giau, -gsiu), v. n. to be 
burnt round. 

Apdejimas, -o, sm. overlying; covering; 
setting round. 

Apdengejas,/. -|a, *. coverer; shelterer. 

Apdengimas, -0, sm. covering; shelter- 
ing' fiff- clothes. 

Apdengti, see ApdangstinEti. 

Apdergejas,/. -Ja, *. slanderer; calum- 
niator. 

Apdergiantis,/. 4\,defin. -lysis,/, -floii, 
prt. slanderous; calumnious. 

Apdergimas, -o,#w. defamation; calum- 
ny ; slander. 

Apdergti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v.a. (vulg.) 
to defame; to slander; to calumni- 
ate; to abuse. 

Apdestineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), Ap- 
destyti (-destau, -desciau, -destysiu), 
v. frq., Apdeti (-dedu, -dejau, -desiu), 
v. a. to lay over; to overlay; to set 
or put around. 



11 Apdumojimas 

Apdirbejas,/. -ja,*. finishor; preparer; 
provider; executor. 

Apdirbimas, -o,*w*. finishing; execution; 
preparation; \temes] cultivation; 
tillage. 

Apdirbineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), r. 

frq., Apdirbti (-bu, -bau, -bsiu), v. a. 

to perform, to execute; to prepare: 

[teme] to cultivate; to till the ground. 

Apdirzti (-ztu, -zau. -siu), v n, to con- 
crete; to thicken; to congeal. 

Apdovanojimas, -o, sm. endowment; 
granting; investiture. 

Apdovanotas,/. ^defin. -tasis,/. -!o|i, 
prt endowed; presented with. 

Apdovanoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v. a. 
to present with, to bestow on; to 
endow. 

Apdrabstyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), r. 
frq. Apdrebti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), r. a. 
to spatter; to drop or throw on (with 
some dense fluid); — pureais, to be- 
spatter with mud. 

Apdraskyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
scrape off; to scratch off; to pull, 
touseor tear from all sides. 

Apdraudimas, -o, sm. withholding; slop; 
stoppage; | insurance. 

Apdrausti (-draudziu, -dziau, -drausiu), 
v. a. to check; to retain; to rebuke; 
to quiet; to calm, to appease ; to with- 
hold. — samdininkq ant tieto*, to 
hire a servant for another term of 
service, to retain him : to re-employ ; 
[nuo ugnies etc.] to insure. 

Apdregti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to bo- 
come somewhat moist; to get damp. 

Apdriskeiis, /. -le, *. a ragged person; 
one clothed in rags. 

Apdrozineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiir, r. 
frq. Apdrozti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v. a. 
to whittle round; to cut round. 

Apdujelis,/. -le, s. a crazy man; a crazy 
woman; blockhead; dolt. 

Apdulketi (-kstu, -kejau, -kesiu), Ap- 
dulkti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to be- 
come covered with dust; to be 
covered with dust. 

Apdulkinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
cover with dust; to besprinkle with 
dust. 

Apdulkti, see ApdulkEti. 

Apdumojimas, -o, sm. consideration; de- 
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Apdumoti 

Apdumotl (-moju, -mojau, -mosiu), v. a. 
to consider; to deliberate; to think 
over. 

Apdumti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), r. a. to 
blow or drift upon; to cover with 
dust. — kamakis, to dupe; to de- 
ceive; to make one a fooi, 

Apduoti (-duodu, -daviau, -duosiu), v. a. 
to give to every one; | [apnuodyti] 
to infect with anything fatal; to 
poison. — tiurklotemu, to poison one 
with ratsbane. 

Apdziugti (-dziungu, -dziugau, -dziug- 
siu), v. n. to rejoice; to delight; to 
be delighted. 

Apdiiuti (-dziustu, -dziuvau, -dziusiu), 
v. n. to dry up. 

Apeiga, -os, if. solemnization; celebra- 
tion; ceremony. 

Apeiti (-einu, -gjau, -eisiu), v. a. to go 
around, to visit. Tai manes visaine- 
apeina, I have nothing to dor with it; 
it is nothing to me. 

Apelsina, -os, *f- orange. 

Apemimas, -o, sm. embrace; | [miesto, 
pilies] taking; conquest; occupation. 

Apemis, -io, sm. circumference; com- 
pass; size; extent. 

Apeninai, -q, sm. pi. (kalnai) Apen- 
nines; Apennine mountains. 

Apesti (-€du, -Sdziau, -esiu), v. a. to 
eat all around. 

Apotitas, -o, sm. appetite. 

Apgailauti(-lauju, -lavau, -lausiu), Ap- 
gailistauti (-stauju, -stavau,-stausiu), 
v. a. n. to be sorry for: to regret; to 
grieve at; to lament; to repent. 

Apgailavimas, Apgailistavimas, -o, sm. re- 
gret; grief; sorrow. 

Apgalejimas, -o, sm. defeating; sur- 
mounting; victory. 

Apgalatas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. Ao\\ t prt. 
overpowered; defeated; vanquished. 

Apgaleti (-galiu, -lejau, -lesiu), v. a. to 
overpower; to defeat; to subdue; to 
conquer; to vanquish. 

Apgaletojas,/. -|a, s. conqueror; victor. 

Apgamas, -0, sin. mole; natural spot. 

Apganyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
waste by grazing upon. 

Apgartinimas, -o,*m. proclamation; pub- 
lication; promulgation; announce- 
ment; advertisement. 



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Apgarsinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
proclaim; to publish; to announce; 
to advertise. 

Apgarsinto|as, /. -|a, s. proclaimer; pub- 
lisher. 

Apgaudinejimas, -o, sm. cheating; de- 
fraudation; cozenage. 

Apgaudineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), Ap- 
gaulioti (-lioju, -liojau, -liosiu), r. 
frq. Apgauti (-gaunu, -gavau, -gau- 
siu), v. a. to .cheat; to deceive; to 
defraud; to outwit. 

Apgaudinetofas,/. -|a, s. cheater; cozener. 

Apgaulioti, see ApgaudinEtl 

Apgaulis, -io, #m. cheat, cozenage; de- 
ceit. 

Apgauti, see ApgaudinEti. 

Apgavejas, /. -|a, Apgavikas, /. -ke, *. 
cheater; cozener; impostor; deceiver; 
cheating rascal. 

Apgavikiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. fraudulent; deceitful; delusive. 
| — kai, adv. fraudulently; deceitful- 
ly. 

Apgaviki&kumas, -o, sm. deceitful ness. 

Apgavimas, -o, sm. cheating; cheat. 

Apgavingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -gojl, 
adj. fraudulent: deceitful. | —gal, 
adv. fraudulently; deceitfully. 

Apgavingumas, -o, sm. deceitfulness. 

Apgavyste, -isssf. cheat; deceit; cozen- 
age; imposture; knavery. 

Apgedinimas, -o, sm. ashaming; sham- 
ing; confusing. 

Apgedinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
shame: to put to shame; to make 
one ashamed. 

Apgeibti (-bstu, -bau, -bsiu), v. n. to 
faint; to fall into a swoon. 

Apgelos, -q, sf. pi. a feast because of 
the baptism of a child. 

Apgerbas, -o, sm. dress; clothes; gar- 
ment. 

Apgerbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v a. io 
dress; to clothe; to invest; [iipuosti] 
to adorn; to decorate. 

Apgesinti ( nu, -nau, -nsiu), Apgesyti 
(-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. a. to deaden; 
to extinguish; to quench; to slake. 
— troSkuli % to slake the thirst. 

Apgesti (-gendu, -gedau, -gesiu), v. n. 
to bo spoiled a little. 2. — (-gestu, 
-gesau, -ge^iu), v. n. to cease to 
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Apgiminas 

Apgimimas, -o, sm. nature; inborn qual- 
ities; character. 

Apgynejas,/. -|a, s. defender; protector; 
advocate. 

Apgynimas, -o, sm. defending; defense; 
protection. 

Apginklas, -o,ra. defensive arms. 

Apginti (-nu, -niau, -nsiu), v. a. to de- 
fend; to protect. 

Apgintojas,/. -Ja, *. = ApginSjas. 

Apgintuve, -os, sf. defense; fortress; 
stronghold. 

Apgirdymas, -o, sm. intoxication; mak- 
ing drunk; [nuodais] poisoning. 

Apgirdyti (-d%u, -diiau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
intoxicate; to inebriate; to make 
drunk; [nuodais] to poison. 

Apgirtis,/. -to, adj. somewhat drunk; 
intoxicated. N 

Apgyvendinti (-nu, -n«u, -nsiu), v. a. to 
people; to fill with inhabitants; to 
colonize; to settle. 

Apgyventi (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. n to 
settle in a place; to fix one's abode; 
to inhabit. 

Apgizti (-giztu, -giiau, -gisiu), v. n. to 
grow a little sour; to become sour- 
ish (said of milk). 

Apglebti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 
embrace: to hug. 

Apglomzti (-ziu, -ziau, -§iu), v. a to 
seize; to take possession of by force. 

Apglostyti (-stau, -sttau, -stysiu), v. a. 
to stroke; to fondle a little ; fig. to 
appease; to calm. 

Apgniauzti (-ziu, -ziau, -Siu), v. a. to 
shut in the hand; to embrace; to 
grapple. 

Apgozimas, -o,sm. throwing down; over- 
throw; subversion. 

Apgozti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v. a. to bring 
10 the ground; to subvert; to over- 
throw. 

Apgraibyti (-bau, -biau, -bysiu), v. a. to 
feel or grope on a.11 sides; [putas, 
^taukus] to skim. 

Apgraiboms, adv. gropingly. 

Apgriauiineti (-neju, -n§jau, -nesiu), v. 
frq. Apgriauzti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v. a. 
to gnaw round; to nibble; to browse. 
— kaulq % to pick a bone. 

Apgrabti (-grumbu, -grubau, -grubsiu), 
* a. to benumb. 



13 Apylanka 

Apguiimas, -o, sm. siege. 

Apgultas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toji,prt. 

besieged; beset; surrounded. 

Apgulti (-gulu, -guliau, -gulsiu), v. a. 
to besiege; to beleaguer; to beset; to 
throng around. 

Apyausris, -io, sm. almost break of day: 
almost dawn. 

Apibaltinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
whiten; to white wash. 

Apibarstyti (-stau, -s£iau, -stysiu), v. 
frq., Apiberti (-beriu, -benau, -ber- 
siu), v. a. (said of dry subntances) to 
strew; to spread; to powder; to 
sprinkle over. 

A py beg is, -io,*m. rotation; circulation. 

Apibegti (-begu, -begau -begsiu), v. a. 
to run around. 

Apibendrinlmas, -o, sm. rendering com- 
mon; socialization. 

Aplbondrinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
render common; to socialize. 

Apibiauriniraas, -o, sm. defamation; 
slandering; insult. 

Apibiaurinti (-nu, -nau, nsiu), Apibiau- 
roti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v. a. to 
disfigure; to make ugly; to soil; to 
dirty; | to defame; to insult. 

Apibiaurintojas,/. -Ja, s. slanderer; cal- 
umniator. 

Apibudinimas, -o, sm. characterization. 

Apibudinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. io 
characterize. 

Apy&iupa, Apy&iupoms, adv. gropingly. 

Apydairiai, adv. by lookiug on all sides: 
carefully: cautiously. 

Apia, prep, with aee. about; near; by; 
at. — kq nors kalbeti, to speak about 
a thing. Mislykapie mane, think of 
me. 

Apieka, -os, sf. tutelage; guardianship; 
protection. = Globa. 

Apiekunas, -o, sm. guardian; tutor; 
trustee. [Pol. Opikkdn, guardian, 
trustee]. = Qlob&jab. 

Apielinke, -os,*f. environs; vicinity. 

Apygarda, -os, sf. neighborhood; vicini- 
ty; environs. 

Apykakle, -os, sf. collar. 

Apykanta, -os, sf. tolerance; patience; 
sufferance. 

Apylanka, -os, sf. deviation from the 
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Apyianka 14 

ground. | PI. Apylankos, -q, sf. visit; 

call. = Aplankos. 
Apyianka, adv. in a way deviating from 

the right line; obliquely. 
Apylinkis, -io, sm. vicinity. 
Apimineti(-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.frq., 

Apimti (-imu, -gmiau, -imsiu), v. a. 

to embrace; to hug: to clasp; to en- 
compass; to contain; [miestq, pil{] 

to capiure; to occupy; to take pos- 
session of. 
Apynasris, -io, sm. bridle; headstall. 
Apynynas, -0, sm. hop field. 
Apynis, -io, dim. -nelis,#m. hop. Humu- 

lus lupulus. 
Apynojas, -0, sm. hop vine. 
Apipaftiavimas, -0, sm. marrying. 
Apipaciuoti (fiuoju, -ciavau, -Siuosiu), 

v. a. to marry. 
Apipamatavimas, -o,*?w. foundation. 
Apipamatuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), 

v. a. to base (upon); to found; to 

prove; to substantiate. 
Apipeleti (-leju, -lejau, -lesiu), Apipelyti 

(-liju, -lijau, -lysiu), v. n. to mold; 

to grow moldy. 
Apypenai, -i|, sm. pi. poison. = Apda- 

vai. 
Apipencti (-niu, -nejau, -ngsiu), v. a. to 

give to eat something venomous; to 

poison. 
Apipiaustymas, -0, sm. circumcision. 
Apipiaustyti (-stau, -s6iau, -stysiu), v. 

frq. Aplpiauti (-piauju, -pioviau, 

-piausiu), v. a. to cut around; to cir- 
cumcise. 
Apypietis, -clo, sm. time just before 

noon. 
Apipilti (-pilu, -pyliau, -pilsiu), v. a. to 

strew, to pour over; to bestrew. 
Apipinti (-pinu, -pyniau, -pinsiu), v. a. 

to plait round; to entwine. 
Apipirkimas, -0, sm. purchase. 
Apipirkti (-perku, -pirkau, -pirksiu), r. 

a to purchfise; to buy in a large 

quantity. 
Apiplauti (-piauju, -pioviau, -piausiu), 

v. a. to wash. 
Apiplekti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

grow moldy; to be covered with 

mold. 
ApipleSti (sin, -siau, -sin), r. a. to tear 

around ; to strip; to plunder. 



Ap|uokti 

Apiplovimas, -0, sm. washing. 

Apiponauti (-nauju, -navau, -nausiu), v. 
a. to master; to be master of; to 
seize. 

Apiponavimas, -0, sm. seizure; taking 
possession of. 

Apiprekiavimas, -0, sm. valuation. 

Apiprekiuoti (-kiuoju, -kiavau, -kiuo- 
siu), v. a. to put a price; to appraise; 
to value. 

Apipulti (-puolu, -puoliau, -pulsiu), v. a. 
to fall upon; to attack. 

Apipuolimas, -0, sm. attack. 

Apipustyti (-stau, -scmu, -stysiu), v. a. 
to drift upon, to cover with drifted 
snow or sand. 

Apiputi (-puvu, puvau, -pQsiu), v. n. 
to grow rotten; to become slightly 
rotten. 

Apipuvimas, -0, sm. rottenness. 

Apyranke, -os, sf. bracelet; armlet. 

Apysenis, /. -ne, adj. somewhat old; 
pretty old. 

Apyskaita, -os, */. reckoning; account. 

Apystova, -os, sf. circumstance; envi- 
rons. 

Apysneka, = Apsneka. 

Apytamsa, -os, sf. twilight; crepuscular 
light. 

Apyvakaris, -io, sm. almost evening. 

Apyvaras, -0, *m. shoe-string; shoe-lace; 
J fort, redoubt; intrenchment; bul- 
wark. 

Apyvarta, -os, sf com. circulation; J ex- 
change; barter. 

Apyzalis, /. -le, adj. greenish; | some- 
what raw; rawiah. 

Apjakelis, Apjakti, see ApakElis, A par- 
it. 

ApjieSkoti (-kau, -kojau, -kosiu), v. a. 
to visit; to search; to seek. 

Apjoti (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. n. a. to 
ride around (on horseback). 

Apjuodinimas, -o,*w. blackening: deni- 
gration;^, slander; defamation. 

Apjuodinti ( nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
blacken; Jfy. to cast an aspersion; to 
slander: to defame. 

Apjuokas, -0, sm. derision; laughter; 
mockery. 

Apjuokejas,/. -|a, *. derider; mocker. 

Apjuokimas, -0, sm. derision: mockery. 

Apjuokti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
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Ap|uosas 

Apjuosas, -o, sm. girdle; belt. 

Apjuosti (-juosiu, -juosiau, -juosiu), v. 
a. to gird; to begird; to surround; 
to encompass. 

Apiuosti (-juostu, -juodau, -juosiu), v. 
n. to become black. 

Apkabineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq. % Apkabinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu). t.a. 
to hang round about; | to embrace; 
to clasp. 

Apkabinimas, -0, sm. hanging round 
about; | embrace; clasp. 

Apkainojimas, -o, sm. estimation; val- 
uation. 

Apkainoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v. a. 
to estimate; to value. 

Apkaisti (-siu, -tau, -siu), v. n. to be in 
a sweat or perspiration; to redden; 
to blush. 

Apkaiiyti (-Sau, -Siau, -sysiu), v. a. to 
stick round about; to bestick; [pa- 
puoiti] to adorn; to deck; to deco- 
rate. 

Apkaitinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
make warm; to heat. 

Apktkle, -Ss, »/. collar; | necklace. 

Apkalba, -os, sf. conference; discourse; 
circumlocution; perfphrasis; | de- 
famation; slander; calumny. 

Apkalbejimas, -o, sm. bespeaking; dis- 
course; conference; consultation; | 
defamation; slander. 

Apkalbeti (-bu, -bejau, -besiu), v. a. to 
bespeak; to talk over; to discuss; to 
peri phrase; | [ap$meitti\ to defame; 
to decry; to slander. 
Apkalbetoias,/. -|a, s. slanderer; calum- 
niator. 
Apkalbineti, v. frq., tee ApkalbEti. 
Apkalinimas, -o, sm. imprisonment; con- 
finement. 
Apkalinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to im- 
prison; to confine. 
Apkalti (-lu, -liau, -lsiu), v. a. to sur- 
round or enclose with stakes or piles; 
[Uinkais] to hoop; to bind with iron. 
— staling to hoop a vessel; [rete- 
iiais] to bind in chains; to manacle. 
Apkaltinimas, -o, sm. inculpation; 

charge. 
Apkaltintas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toll, 
adj. inculpated; charged with; ac- 
cused. 



15 Apkerpcti 

Apkaitinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to in- 
culpate; to charge; to accuse. 
Apkanta, -os, sf. tolerance. 
Apkantus,/. -\\, defin. -tusis,/. 4\o\\,'idj. 
tolerating; tolerant; enduring; in- 
dulgent. 
Apkapoti (-poju, -pojau, -posiu),t>. a. to 

hew; to cutoff. 
Apkariauti(-riauju, -riavau, -riausiu), 
v. a. to conquer; to vanquish; to 
overcome. 
Apkariautojas,/. -|a, *. conqueror. 
Apkariavimas, -o, sm. conquering; con- 
quest. 
Apkarpyti (-pau, -piau, -pysiu), v.frq. y 
Apkirpti (-kerpu, -kirpau, -kirpsiu), 
v. a. to cut round; to shear round. 
Apkarsti (rstu, -rtau, -rsiu), v. n. to be- 
come bitter; to be embittered. 
Apkartinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
make bitter; to embitter. — kamgy- 
tenimq, to embitter one's life. 
Apkasas, -o, sm. intrenchment; mound; 

rampart. 
Apkasimas, -o, sm. (the act of) surround- 
ing with ditch or ram pier; intrench- 
ment. 
Apkasineti (-he"ju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq. % Apkasti (-su, -siau, -siu), v. a. to 
dig round ; to surround with a ditch; 
[apkasu] to intrench; to fortify. 
Apkaustas, -o, sm. iron covering; gar- 
nish ment 
Apkaustymas, -o, sm. putting in irons; 
iron covering; iron work ; garnish- 
ment. 
Apkaustyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), v. a. 
to garnish; to hammer; [ratq] to 
put the tire on; [nusidejeli] to put 
in irons; to manacle. 
Apkausti (-stu, -sau, -siu), v. n. to be- 
come drunk; to be intoxicated. 
Apkeisti (-keiciu, -keiciau, -keisiu), v. 
a. to exchange; to change; to com- 
mute. 
Apkeliauti (-liauju, -liavau, -liausiu), v. 

a. to travel; to make the tour. 
Apkerejimas, -o, sm. enchantment. 
Apkereti (-reju, -rgjau, -rSsiu), v. a. to 

bewitch; to enchant. 
Apkerpejes,/. -|usi, prt. overgrown with 

moss. 
Apkerpeti(-peju, -pgjau, -pgsiu), v. n. 
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Apkisti 

Apkesti (-k€ciu, -kftfciau, -kesiu), v. a. 

to stretch over; to surround; to 

shut in. 
Apkesti (-kenCiu, -ken£iau, -kesiu), v. 

a. to endure; to tolerate. 
Apkezele, -es, */. slut. 
Apkezelis, -lo, sm. sloven. 
Apkibti (-kimbu, -kibau, -kibsiu), v. a. 

t ) clasp; to surround and cling to; | 

to fall upon one; to attuck. 
Apkimes, /. *mu$\, prt. hoarse; with a 

hoarse throat. 
Apkimtl (-mstu, -mau, -msiu), v. n. to 

grow hoarse; to get a hoarse throat. 
Apkyrejimas, Apkyrimas, -o, sm. weari- 
ness; boredom. 
Apkyreti (-riu, -re"jau, -resiu), Apkirti 

(-kiru, -kirau, -kirsiu), v. n. to feel 

bored; to be tired of. 
ApklrpH, see Aprarpyti. 
Apkirstl (-kertu, -kirtau, -kirsiu), v. a. 

to hew or cut round about. 
Apklrtimas, -o, sm. cutting round; lop- 
ping: cropping. 
Apklausineti (-n*ju, -n€jau, -nesiu), v. 

frq., Apklausti (-siu, -siau, -siu). v. a. 

to inquire; to interrogate. 
Apklibti (-klimbu, -klibau, -klibsiu), r. 

n. to become lame a little. 
Apklostyti(-stau, -s6iau, -stysiu), v.frq., 

Apkloti (-kloju, -klojau, -klosiu), v.a. 

to cover; to sholter. 
Apklotas,/. -ta, defln. -tasis,/. -top, adj. 

covered. 
Apkraitai, sm. pi. margin; border. 
Apkraituoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), r. 

a. to border; to trim. 
Apkratyti (-tau, -£iau, -tysiu), v.frq , 

Apkresti (-krcfciu, -kre£iau, -kresiu), 

r. a. to shake upon; to spread over; 

to overstrew. 
Apkrauti (-krauju, -kroviau, -krausiu), 

r. a. to layover; to overlay; toover- 

burd n. 
Apkresti, see Apkratyti. 
Apkrikstyti (-tiju, -tijau, -tysiu), v . a. to 

b iptize; to christen. 
Apkristi (-krintu, -kr tau, -krisiu), v. n. 

to fall upon; to fall down. 
Apkulti(-liu, -liau, -Isiu), v. a. to thrash 

a Utile; fiff. to whip; to cudgel one. 
Apkursti (-kurstu. -kurtau, -kursiu), v. 

n. to become deaf. 



16 Apltnkyti 

Apkurttlis,/. -I*, s. a deaf person ; /. a 
deaf woman {in cont. ). 

Apkurtes,/. -tusi, prt. deaf. 

Apkurtimas, -o, sm. deafness. 

Apkurtinimas, -o,«m. making deaf; deaf- 
ening. 

Apkurtinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
deafen; to stun. 

Apkvailti (lstu, -lau, -lsiu), v. n. to be- 
come stupid; to get crazy. 

Apkvaisti (-kvaistu, -kvaitau, -kvaisiu), 
v. n. to grow dizzy; to be in n state 
of trance. 

Apkvaiielis, -io, sm. a stupid, crazy fel- 
low. Apkvaliele, -es, sf. a crazy wom- 
an. 

Apkvaisimas, -o, sm. aberration; dull- 
ness. 

Apkvaisintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
stun; to make dizzy; to dull; to stu- 
pefy. 

ApkvaiSti (-stu, -Sau, -Siu), v. n. to grow 
d i zzy ; to beco m e st u pid ; to get c razy. 

Apkvaita, -OS,*/, trance; intoxication. 

Apkvaitimas, -o, sm. dizziness; giddi- 
ness; stupor; trance; intoxication. 

Apkvaitinti (nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
stun; to din; to intoxicate. 

Aplaida, -OS,*/, omission; abandonment; 
dereliction. 

Aplaikymas, -o, sm. obtaining; gaining; 
acquiring; getting. 

Aplaikyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
obtain; to acquire; to get; to gain; 
to receive. 

Aplaikytojas,/. -ja, s. recipient; gainer; 
acquirer. 

Aplaiminimas, -o, sm. blessing. 

Aplaiminti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
make happy ; to bless. 

Aplaimintojas, /. -|a, *. one who makes 
happy; bl^sser. 

Aplaistyti (-stau, -sCiau, -stysiu), v. frq. 
Aplieti ( lieju, -liejau, -liesiu), v. a. 
to water; to besprinkle with water; 
to pour upon; tocircumfuse. 

Aplaifyti (-zau, -ziau, -zysiu), v. a. to 
lick: to lick up. 

Aplamai, adv. generally; in general; in 
whole. 

Aplankymas, -0, sm. visiting; visit; vis- 
itation. 

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Aplankytofas 

visit; to pay a visit; to come and see; 

to call on. 
Aplankytofas,/. -la, «. visitor. 
Aplankos, -g, af. pi. visit: call. 
Aplankstyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu). t>. 

frq. to bend or bow round; to turn 

up. 
Aplauzineti (-n6ju, -nejau, -nesiu), Ap- 

lauzyti (-zau, -ziau, -zysiu), v. frq., 

Aplauzti (-ziu, ziau, -siu), v. a. to 

break off; [medf] to break off the 

branches; to lop. 
Apleidefas,/. -|a, a. abandoner; omitter. 
Apleidimas, -o, am. abandonment; deser- 
tion; | omission. 
Apleipti (-pstu, -pau, -psiu), v. n. to 

faint; to swoon. 
Apleistas,/. -fa, defin. -tasis,/. -toil, prt. 

left; abandoned; forsaken; omitted. 
Apleisti (-lcidziu, -leidau (or leidziau), 

-leisiu), t. a. to leave; to abandon; 

to desert; to quit; to omit. 
Aplekdinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

cause to run or fly round. 
Aplekti (-lekiu, -lekiau, -leksiu), v. a. 

lo run or fly round. 
Aplenkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 

get ahead; to pass by; to pass over; 

| to avoid; | to bend around. 
Aplieti, aee Aplaistyti. 
Aplink, prep, with ace, round: around; 

about. 
Aplinkbegis, -lo, am. circular mo* ion; 

circuit; moving round. 
Aplinkybe,-es v 4f. surroundings; circum- 
stance; environment. 
Aplioklne, -os, tf. environs; vicinity. 
Aplinkinis, /. -no, adj. lying round 

about ; neighboring. 
Aplinkis, = Apylinkib. 
Aplinkkelis, -io, am. detour. 
Aplinkmuris, -io, am. rampart; ram pier; 

bulwark; wall. 
Aplinkraltis, -cio, am. circular; circular 

l.tter. 
Aplinkrege, -os, tf. horizon. 
Aplinkui, adv. around; about. 
Aplinkiodis, -dilo, am. obscure words; 

ambages; circumlocution. 
Apiuiimas, -o, am. crippledness* 
Aptaiinimas, -o, am. crippling. 
Aplttiinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

cripple. 



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Apluiti (-5tu, -5au, -§iu), v. n. to b? 

crippled. 
Apmaina, -os, af. exchange; barter; 

truck; replacement; substitution. 
Apmainyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. a. to 

exchange; to substitute. 
Apmaldyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), r. a. to 

appease; to calm; to make quiet. 
Apmastyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), t. a. 

to consider; to deliberate; to con- 
trive: to devise; to plan. 
Apmatal, -if, am.pl. warp. =Metmbnts. 
Apmatyti (-tau, -6iau, -tysiu), v. a. n. to 

see; to perceive. 
Apmatomas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -mo- 

|i, prt. visible; perceivable by the 

eye. 
Apmatuoti (-tuoju, -tnvau, -tuosiu), r. 

a. to measure; to fathom; to pene- 
trate; to find the extent; | to lay 

the threads on the loom. 
Apmauda, -OS,*/., Apmaudas, -o, am. dis- 
pleasure; soreness; dudgeon; spite; 

anger; indignati n. 
Apmaudauti (dauju, -davau, -dausiu), 

ApmauduotK-duoju, -davau, -duosiu), 

v. n. to fret; to be angry. 
Apmaudlngas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goJi, 

adj. fretful: malicious; angry. | 

—gal, ado. maliciously; angrily; 

peevishly. 
Apmaudingumas, -o, am. fret fulness; 

maliciousness. 
Apmauduoti, aee Apmaudatjtt. 
Apmaudus,/. -di v defin. -dusis,/. -dzioji, 

adj. malicious; angry. = Apmau- 

dingas. 
Apmaustyti (-stau, -s£iau, -stysiu), v. 

frq. % Apmauti (-mauju, -moviau, 

-mausiu), v. a. to put on; to cover. 
Apmazgoti (goju, -gojau, -gosiu), v. a. 

to wash. 
Apmeiuoti (-luoju, -1 vau, -luosiu), v. a. 

to belie; to tell a lie about one; | to 

impose upon; to slander. 
Apmesti ( metu, -meciau, -mesiu), v. a. 

to throw upon; | [rrietmeni*] to lay 

the threads on the loom. 
Apminkyti (-kau, kiau, -kysiu\ v. a. to 

knead up. 
Apmires, /. -rusi, prt. half-dead; fig. 

torpid. 
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71. to die away; to droop; to be in a 
state of insensibility. 
Apmislijimas, -o, sm. consideration; de- 
liberation. 
Apmislineti (-ne\ju, nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq. % Apmislytl (-liju, -lijau, -lysiu), 
v. a. to think s.bout; to consider; to 
deliberate. 
Apmokejimas, -o, sm. paying off; pay- 
ment. 
Apmoketi (ku, -kejuu, -kesiu), v. a. to 
pay; to pay off. — skolas, to pay off 
one's debts. 
Apmonas, -c, sm. allurement; delusion. 
Apmonijimas, -o, sm. seducing; seduce- 

ment; allurement; delusion. 
Apmonytii-niju, -nijau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
allure; to delude; to beguile; to se- 
duce; [apgauti] to deceive. 
Apmozoti (-zoju, -zojau, -zosiu), v . a. to 

besmear. 
Apmuilinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Apmuilyti 
(-liju, -lijau, -lysiu), v. a. to soap; 
to besmear with soap;^. — kam 
akis, to delude; to beguile; to make 
one a fool. 
Apmuituoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosTu), r. 

a. to lay a duty on: to tax. 
Apmusije-S, /. -si|usi, l>r*. moldy; cov- 
ered with mold. 
Apmusyti (-siju, -sijau, -sysiu), v. n. to 

grow moldy; to mold. 
Apmusalas, -o, sm. sheating; facing; 

upholstering. 
Aprnusimas, -o, sm. beating; garnish- 
ment; upholstering. 
Apmusineti (-neju, -nejau, -n6siu), v. 
frq., Apmusti (-su, -siau, -Siu), v. a. 
to beat; to cudgel; to bang; | to 
cover with; to clout; | to upholster. 
Apnesioti (-sioju, -siojau, -siosiu), v. 
frq., Apnesti (-su, -siau, -sin), r. a. to 
carry round about. Apnexioti drabu- 
t(, to wear out one's clothes; | [api- 
piiHtyti] to drift upon; to cover 
(with snow or sand). 
Apnikti (-ninku, -nikau, -niksiu), v. a. 

to fall upon; to attack. 
Apnykti(-nykstu, -nykau, -nyksiu), r. w. 
to vanish; to disappear partially ; I 
[sublogti] to grow lean; to fall away; 
to waste away; to look very ill. 
Apnuodyti (-diju, -dijau, -dysiu), r. a. 
to poison ; fig. to poison; to cmbil ter. 



Aprengti 

Apnuoginimas, -o, sm. denudation ; mak 

ing bare. 
Apnuoginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
strip: to denudate; to denude;^, to 
bereave of; to deprive of. — med{ 
nuo fapii, to bereave a tree of the 
leaves. 
Apopleksija, -os, */. apoplexy. 
Apraisioti (-Sioju, -siojau, -siosiu), r. 
frq., Apristi (-su, -sau, -siu), v. a. to 
tie or bind round : to envelop. Aprtiti 
taizdq, to bind up a wound. 
Apraiska, -os, *f. manifestation; revel- 
ation. 
Apraisti (-stu, -sau, -siu), v. n. to be- 
come lame. 
Apraityti (-tau, -Siau, -tysiu), v. a. to 

tuck up. 
Aprasoti(-soju, -sojau, -sosiu), v. a. to 
bedew. | r. n. to b3 bedewed; to be 
moistened with dew. 
A p rasas, -o, sm. description. 
Aprasymas, -o, sm. describing; descrip- 
tion. 
ApraSineti(-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. frq., 
Aprasyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), r. a. to 
describe. 
Apraudoti (-du, -dojau, -dosiu), v. a. to 

bewail; to deplore; to weep for. 
Apraugti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to 

pickle; [duonq] to leaven. 
Aprausineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq., Aprausti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. 
to bury; to cover with earth. 
Apredalas, Apredas, -o, sm. clothes; gar- 
ment; dress. 
Apredymas, -o, sm. dressing; clothing; | 

adorning; embellishment. 
Aprcdyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. «. to 
dress: to clothe one ; [apda binti] to 
adorn; to embellish; to ornament. 
Aprege, -es, sf. horizon. 
Apreibti (-bstu, -bau, -bsiu), r. n. to be- 
come giddy; [nuo girymi£] to be 
intoxicated. 
Aprciksti (-reiskiu, -reiskiau, -reikSiu), 
t. a. to announce; to let know; to 
disclose; to manifest; to reveal. 
Apreiskimas, -o, sm. announcement; an- 
nunciation; manifestation; revela- 
tion. 
Aprengti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), i\ a. to 
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Apribolimas, -o, sm. limitation; | defi- 
nition. 
Apriboti (-boju, -bojau, -bosiu), v. a. to 
limit; to bound; to border; to con- 
fine; j to define. 
Apriesti (-rieciu, -riecTau, -riesiu), v. a. 
to encircle; to surround; | [audeklq] 
to warp; to lay the threads on the 
loom. 
Aprieti(-rieju, -riejau, -riesiu), v. a. to 

bite (said of mad dog). 
Aprisalas, -0, sm. band; bandage. 
Apriiimas, -o, sm. binding; band; band- 
age. 
Apriiti, see = Apraisioti. 
Aprube, -es, sf. region; district. 
Aprubeiiavlmas, -0, sm. bounding; limit- 
ing; confining; limitation; restric- 
tion; confinement. 
Aprubeiiuoti(-£iuoju t -ziavau, -ziuosiu), 
v. a. to bound; to limit; to confine; 
to restrain. 
Aprukyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. 
[dulkemis] to cover with dust; [du- 
mais] tobesmoke;to fumigate. 
Aprukti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to be 

covered with dust or smoke. 
Aprumbas, -o, *m. border; lace. 
Aprumbavimas, -o, sm. bordering; lac- 
ing. 
Aprumbuoti (-buoju, -bavau, -buosiu), 

v. a. to border; to lace. 
Aprupifrimas, -0, sm. furnishing; pro- 
viding; supplying. 
Aprupinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to fur- 
nish; to provide; to supply with; to 
stock with. 
Aprupintofas,/. -ia,rf provider; supplier. 
Apsagioti(-gioju, -giojau, -giosiu), Ap- 
sagstyti (-stau, -s£iau, -stysiu), t>. a. 
to pin all over; to fasten to. 
Apsaka, -os, «/. sewer; sink; | shallow. 
Apsakymas, -o, sm. relating; recital; 

narrative; story. 
Apsakinejimas, -o,sm. telling; relating; 

narration. 
Ap$akineti(-neju, -nejau, -n&siu), v.frq., 
Apsakyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. 
to tell; to recite; to relate; to nar- 
rate; to preach. Apsakineti evangelU 
jq t to preach the gospel. 
Apsakinetojas,/. -Ia f s. relater; narrator; 
preacher. 



Apslavimas 

Apsaldyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
sweeten; to make sweet. 

Apsalti (-salstu, -salau, -salsiu), v. n. to 
become sweet; fig. to faint within 
one. 

Apsamanoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), r. 
n. to grow up with moss; to be over- 
grown with moss. \ v. a. to moss; to 
cover or lay over with moss. 

Apsarga, Apsauga, -os, */. shelter; pro- 
tection; shield; [kareiviska] escort; 
guard": convoy. 

Apsaugojimas, -o, sm. protection: pre- 
servation. 

Apsaugoti (-goju, -gojau, -gosiu), r. a. 
to shelter; to protect; to preserve. 

Aps&ai, arte richly; abundantly; plen- 
tifully; in plenty. 

Apsedimas, -0, sm. besetting; beset- 
ment. 

Apsegti (gu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to fast- 
en (with pins or buttons); to pin. 

Apseiti, Apsejimas, see Apsieiti, etc. 

Apsekti (-senku, -sekau, seksiu), v. n. 
to recede; to sink; to lower; to shal- 
low. 

Apsemti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 
overflow; to deluge. 

Apsesti (-sedu, -dau, -sesiu), v. a. to sit 
round about; to occupy many pla- 
ces; to beset; velnio apsestas, beset, 
possessed of a devil. 

Apseti (-seju, -sSjau, -sesiu), v. a. to 
sow a field; to finish sowing. 

Apsi-, a prefix to verbs consisting of prep. 
ap- and refl. part. -si-. See each sepa- 
rately. 

Apsiaustas, -o, sm. mantle; overcoat. 

Apsiausti (-siauCiu, -siau&au, -siausiu), 
v. a. to envelop; to surround; to en- 
close; to encompass; to beset. — 
priesty, to surround the enemy. 

Apsiautalas, -o, sm. mantle; loose gar- 
ment; | cover; wrapper; envelope; 
integument. 

Apsiauti (-aunu, -aviau, -ausiu), v. rfl. 
to dress the feet; to put on boots, 
shoes, etc. 

Apsiautimas -0, sm. surrounding; en- 
closing. 
Apsiautuvas, = Apautuvas. 
Apslavimas, -o, sm. putting on boots, 
shoes, etc. | [apsiautuvas] covering 
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Apsiblaiviti 

Apsiblaiveti (-viu, -vgjau, -vesiu), Apsi- 
blaivinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
clear up; to become serene. 

Apsiblause*,/. -%us\,prt. cloudy; over- 
cast;^, gloomy; dejected; depress- 
ed ; heavy. 

Apsiblausimas, -o, sm. gloominess. 

Apsiblausti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. rfl. to 
grow overcast; to become cloudy, or 
gloomy; | to be dejected, depress- 
ed. 

Apsibuti (-bGvu, -buvau, -busiu), v. rfl. 
to stay at; to remain at; to sojourn. 

Apsibuvimas, -o, sm. stay; sojourn.' 

Apsidabinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
adorn one's self; to dress one's self 
nicely. 

Apsidabravimas, -o, sm. silvering. 

Apsidabruoti (-bruoju, -bravau, -bruo- 
siu), v. a. to silver. 

Apsidairyti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. rfl. 
to look on all sides. 

Apsidengti(-giu, -giau, -gsiu), t?. rfl. to 
cover one's self. 

Apsidiiaugti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. rfl. 
to rejoice; to delight in. 

Apsjeinamas, /. -ma, adj. superfluous; 
needless. 

Apsielti (-einu, -5jau, -eisiu), v. rfl. to 
deal, to treat with; to behave; to 
conduct one's self, Apsieutiu ir be 
intes y I will do it without your aid. 
Be muStyni% Ha neapsieis, the fight 
is not avoidable in this matter: it 
must come to blows at last. 

Apsiejimas, «o, sm. use; treatment; in- 
tercourse; conduct; behavior. 

Apsielgti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. rfl. to 
conduct one's self; to behave; to 
deal with. 

Apsiernimas, -o, sm. undertaking; enter- 
prise. 

Apsigauti (-gaunu, -gavau, -gausiu), r. 
rfl. to mistake: to be mistaken; to 
disappoint one's self. 

Apsigerbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. rfl. 
to dress one's self; to put on dress. 

Apsigerimas, -o, sm. getting drunk; in- 
toxication. 

Apsigertl (-geriu, -ggriau, -gersiu), v. 
rfl. to get drunk; to drink too much. 

Apsiguleti (-liu, -lejau, -le-iu), r. rfl. to 
pass the night in a place; to pass 
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Apsiimti (-imu, emiau, -imsiu), v. rfl. 
to undertake; to consent; to 
agree. 

Apsikabineti(-neju, -nSjau, -nesiu), Ap- 
tikabinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
hang or put round one's self; to 
hang on (about); | to embrace each 
other. 

Apsiklausineti (-ngju, -ngjau, -nesiu), v. 
rfl. to inquire about; to gather some 
news. 

Apsikloti (-kloju, -klojau, -klosiu), v. 
rfl. to cover one's self; to be cover- 
ed with. 

Apsilaistyti (-stau, -s£iau, -stysiu), v. 
frq., Apsilieti (-lieju, -liejau, -liesiu), 
r. rfl. to besprinkle one's self (with 
water or any other liquid matter). 
Apsilieti aiaroms, to burst into a 
flood of tears; to be drowned in 
tears. 

Apsileidelis,/. -le, s. sloven;/, slut. 

Apsiieidimas, -o, sm. negligence; care- 
lessness; remissness; | [pasidavimas] 
yielding; submission. 

Aptiieisti (-leidziu, -leid2iau (or -lei- 
dau), -leisiu), v. rfl. to be remiss; to 
neglect one's self; to be slothful or 
sluggish; | [pasiduoti] to submit; to 
yield: to give up. 

Apsilenkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. rfl. to 
pass by; to cross one another. — su 
ttisybe, to swerve from the truth. 

Apsilieti, see Apsilaistyti. 

Apsilikti (-lieku, -likau, -liksiu), v. rfl. 
to remain. 

ApslmaJsyti (-§au, -Siau, -§ysiu), v. rfl. 
to be appeased; to grow still; to get 
quiet. 

Apsimesti (-metu, -mettau, -mesiu), v. 
rfl. to pretend to be; to counterfeit. 

— sergantiu, to feign being sick. 

— dievuotu, to pretend to be relig- 
ious. 

Apsimetimas, -o, sm. counterfeiting; 

counterfeit. 
Apsinakvoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), r. 

rfl. to pass the night. — girioj, to 

pass the night in a forest. 
Apsiniaukes, /. -kusi, prt. overcast; 

cloudy; gloomy. 
Apsiniaukti (-kiu, kiau, -ksiu), v. rfl. 

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Apsipa&avimas 

Apsipatiavimas, -o, sm. marriage. 
Apsipaftiuotl (-ciuoju, -fciavau, cuioaiu), 

v. rfl. to marry; to take a wife. 
Apsipazinimas, -o, sm. acquaintance; 

knowledge. 

Apsipazinti (-zjstu, -zinau, -iinsiu), v. 

rfl. to make one's self acquainted 

with a thing; to acquire knowledge. 

Apsiredymas, -o, sm. clothing; clothes. 

Apsiredyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. rfl. 

to dress one's self. 
Apsirtikiti (reiSkiu, -reiSkiau, -reik- 
§iu), v. rfl. to reveal one's self; to 
appear; — sapne, to appear in a 
dream. 
Apsireiikimas, -o, sm. manifestation; 

appearance. 
Apsirgti (-sergu, -sirgau, -sirgsiu), v. n. 

to fall sick; to fall ill. 
Apsiri|imas, -o, sm. gluttony. 
Apsirikimas, -o, sm. fault; error; blun- 
der; mistake. 
Apsirikti (-rinku, -rikau, -riksiu), v. rfl. 
to mistake; to make a mistake; to 
commit an error. 
Apsirinkti (-renku, -rinkau, -rinksiu), 
v. rfl. to choose; to make choice of; 
to take one's choice. 
Ap$iryti(-rjju, -rijau, -rysiu), v. rfl. to 
surfeit; to overeat; to glut one's 
self ; to gorge. 
Apsirubeiiavimas, -o, sm. (the act of) 
bounding or confining one's self; 
limitation, restriction of one's self. 
Aptirubeziuoti (-ziuoju, -ziavau, -ziuo- 
siu), v. rfl. to bound, to confine 
one's self; to limit one's self. 
Apsisaugojimas, .<>, sm. protection of 

one's self. 
Apsisaugoti (-goju, -gojau, -gosiu), v. 
rfl. to protect one's self; to watch 
or guard one's self against. 
Aptisiausti (-siau&u, -siau&au, -siau- 
siu), v. rfl. to envelop or encom- 
pass one's self; [plosHum] to cover 
one's self with. 
Aptiskaites,/. -tiiisi, adj. well-read. 
ApsiskaJtymas, -o, sm. extensive read- 
ing. 
Apsitkaityti (-tau, -ciau, -tysiu), v. rfl. 
to calculate; to figure out; | to mis- 
reckon; | to be well-read. 

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Apshrersti 



to stay; to remain; to stop; to so- 
journ. 
Apsiiarvuoti (-vuoju, -vavau, -vuosiu), 
t>. rfl. to arm one's self; to take up 
arms. 
Apsisve6iuoti(-6iuoju, Ziavau, -ftuosiu), 
f>. rfl. to remain somewhere a long 
time as a guest. 
Apsiiluostyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), t>. 

rfl. to wipe one's self. 
ApsiUuoti (-Sluoju, -Slaviau, -Sluosiu), 
v. rfl. to sweep around one's self; 
to sweep the house; to make it 
clean. 
Apsisvarinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), t>. rfl. to 
clean one's self; to clean one's 
house. 
Apslterielit,/. -II, s. sloven;/, slut. 
Apsiteriti (-siu, -giau, -Siu), v. rfl. to 
soil one's self; to become dirty; fig. 
to stain one's honor or reputation; to 
disgrace one's name. 
Apsilriusli (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. rfl. to 
be through with one's work; to 
finish one's work. 
Apsiuti (-siuvu, -siuvau, -siusiu), v. a. 
to sew round about; — visq ieimynq, 
to furnish a family with clothes. 
Apsiuvas, Apsiuvimas, -o, sm. border; 

trimming. 
Apsivaikuoti (-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu), 
v. rfl. to yean; to bring forth young 
(said of animals). 
Apsivaisinimas, -©, sm. conceiving; con- 
ception. 
Apsivalsinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Apsiveisti 
(-siu, -siau, -siu), v. rfl. to become 
impregnated; to conceive. 
Apsivaldyti (dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. rfl. 
to restrain one's self; to restrain 
one's own passions; to be master of 
one's self; to be master of one's pas- 
sions. 
Apsivaigyti (-gau, -giau, -gysiu), v. 'rfl. 
to eat up something by mistake or 
un wariness. 
Apsivalyti (-lau, -liau, -lysiu), v. rfl. to 
clean one's self ; to clean one's house. 
Apsivedimas, -o, sm. marriage. 
Apsiveisti, see Apsi^aisinti. 
Apsiversti (-rciu, -rtiau, -rsiu), v. rfl. 
to be overset; to be turned bottom 
upward; to turn round" (about); to 
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Apsiveriiuoti(-£iuoju, -Siavau, -Siuosiu), 

v. rfl. to calve. 
Apsivesti (-vedu, -vedziau, -vesiu), v. 

rfl to marry: to take a wife. 
Apsivieseti (-s6ju, -Sejau, -Sesiu), v. rfl. 
to remain somewhere a long time 
as a guest. 
Apsivylimas, -o, sm. disappointment; il- 
lusion. 
Apsivilti (-viliu, -vyliau, -vilsiu), v. rfl, 
to be disappointed; to be deceived; 
to be mistaken. 
Apsivogti (-vagiu, -vogiau, -vogsiu), r. 

rfl. to com m i t a t ho f t. 

Apsiziurejimas, -o, sm. circumspection. , 

Apsiziureti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. rfl. 

to look on all sides; to be wary. 

Per relai apsiiiureti, to notice too 

late; to bethink one's self too late. 

Apsizvalgymas, -o, sm. looking on all 

sides; circumspection. 
Apsizvaigyti (-gau, -giau, -gysiu), v. rfl. 

to look on all sides. 
Apskabti (-biu f -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 

crop; to pluck. 
Apskaita, -OS, */. calculation; account; 

bill. 
Apskaitymas, -o, sm. reading; descrip- 
tion. $uy knygoj rati daug p\riki% ap- 
skaitymy, in this book you may And 
many beautiful pieces; [aprokavi- 
mas] reckoning; calculation. 
Apskaityti (-tau, -£iau, -tysiu), v. a. to 
read about; [<iprokuoti] to figure 
out; to calculate. 
Apskalbimas, -o, sm. washing. 
Apskalbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 

do washing for one; to wash. 
Apskelba. -OS, sf. defamation; slander; 

calumny. 
Apskelbimas, -0, sm. declaration; pro- 
clamation; annoucement; — nepri- 
kliu8omybe*, the declaration of in- 
dependence; | [apjaodinimas] defa- 
mation. 
Apskelbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 
proclaim; to declare; to announce; 
I [apjuodinti] to defame; to slander. 
Apskesti(-ske6iu, -skeciau, -skesiu), v. 
a. to stretch over; to embrace; to 
encompass. 
Apsklembti (biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 
mark the limit; to bound; fig. to de- 
fine. 



Aptodintl 

Apskresti (-skrentu, -skretau, -skresiu), 

v. n. to become filthy or dirty. 
Apskrieti (-rieju, -riejau, -riesiu), v. a. 
to encircle; to surround; to encom- 
pass; [apibegtijto run or fly (a)round. 
Apskristi (-skrcndu, -skridau, -skrisiu), 

v. a. to fly (a)round. 
Apskritas,/. -ta, defln. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 
round; circular; [it velanas] cylin- 
drical; [it kamuolys] spherical; glob- 
ular. | — tai, adv. round, roundly. 
Apskritaiirruint, in general; in whole; 
all in all. 
Apskritys, -6io, sm. roundness: | limited 

space; | district. 
Apskritokas,/. -ka, adj. roundish; some- 
what round; nearly round. 
Apskritumas, -0, sm. roundness. 
Apskritutelis,/. -le, adj. quite round. 
Apskundas, -o, sm. accusation; charge 
Apskundejas,/. -|a, sm. accuser. 
Apskundimas, -o, sm. accusing; accusa- 
tion; charge. 
Apskurdelis, /. -le, am. wretch; miser- 
able person; poor creature. 
Apstystas,/. -ta, defln. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 

accused; charged. 
Apskustas,/. -ta, defln. -tasis,/. -toil, adj. 
shaved; scraped off; Jig. stripped of 
money or property. 
Apskijsti (-skundziu, -skundziau, -sku.- 
siu), v. a. to accuse; to charge; to 
impeach. 
Apslegti (-slegiu, -slegiau, -slegsiu), v. 
a. to press upon; to lay over (any- 
thing heavy); to burden; to encum- 
ber; to clog. 
Apsmilkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. 

to besmoke; to fumigato. 
Apsmilkti ( kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 
be befouled {or soiled) with smoke; 
to be befouled with soot. 
Apsnigti (-sningu, -snigau, -snigsiu), v. 
n. to be covered with snow. | v. a. 
to cover with snow. 
Apsodas, -0, sm. case; frame; [peilio] 

haft; [nauttivo] stock, gunstock. 
Apsodinimas, -o, sm. planting; setting; 

setting in. 
Apsodintas,/. -ta, defln. -tasis/. -io]\,prt. 
planted; planted all over; [ set {or 
fixed) in. 
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Apspiaudyti 

seat Around; [augalai*] to plant; 

tftverti] to set in; to fix in. 
Apspiaudyti(-dau, -diiau, -dysiu), v.frg., 

Apspiauti (-spiaunu (or -spiauju), 

-spoviau, -spiausiu), v. a. to spit 

upon; to bespit; to bespatter. 
Apspisti (-spintu, -spitau, -spisiu), r. a. 

to gather about; to assemble about: 

to fall upon one from all sides; to 

attack. 
Apspurelfs, /. -16, s. ragged fellow or 

woman. 
Apstabdymas, -o, sm. stopping; keeping 

off; holding back; withholding. 
Apstabdyti (-dau, -dzinu, -dysiu). v. a. 

to stop; to withhold; to check; to 

refrain; — kraujapludi, to stop the 

flux of blood. 
Apstalbft,/. -bus!,prtf. stale; musty; — 

alus, stale beer. 
Apstaibtl (-bstu, -bau, -bsiu), t. n. to 

become stale; to grow musty. 
Apstatymas, -o, sm. setting or putting 

(a) round. . 
Apslatytl (-tau, -£iau, -tysiu), v. a. to 

set, to put or place (a round (about). 
Apstybe, -es, tf. abundance; plentiful- 



Apstikiuoti (-luoju, -lavau, -luosiu), v.a. 
to glaze. 

Apstingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goli, 
adj. plentiful; abundant, abounding. 
| — gaf,flrfr. abundantly; plentifully. 

Apstingumas, -0, sm. plenti fulness; a- 
bunciance. 

Apstis, -ilo, sm. abundance. 

Apstoti (-stoju, -stojau, -stosiu), r. a. 
to surround; to beset; to hem in; | 
to care about. Neapstokjo [= nesu- 
sidek su juo], keep from his com- 
pany; [paliauti] to cease; to stop. 

Apstulbes, /. -busi, prt. struck dumb; 
stupifkd; lost in amazement. 

Apstulbti (-bstu, -bau, -bsiu), v. n. to be 
struck dumb with astonishment; to 
be lost in amazement. 

Apstumas, -o, sm. abundance; copious- 
ness; plenty. 

Apstus, /. -ti, defin. -tusis, /. 5io|i, adj. 
abundant; abounding; plentiful; co- 
pious; rich. Salts apsti giriomi* y a 
country rich in (or abounding with) 
forests. | Apsciai, adv. plentifully; a- 



23 Apiaipyti 

bundantly, richly. Teisingai ne tas. 
kurs teisybes tiur, bet tas t kurs apsUai 
pinigt£ tur, not the right one has 
the justice on his side but the mon- 
eyed one. 

Apsudyti (-dau, -diiau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
salt; to pickle; — jautienq, kiaulienq, 
to salt beef, pork. 2.~ (-diju, -dijau, 
-dysiu), v. a. to condemn; to doom: 
— ant nubaudimo, to sentence to 
punishment; — myriop, to pass sen- 
tence of death upon one. 

Apsuk, Apsukui, Apsuku, adv. fa) round; 
round about. 

Apsukrumas, -o, sm. nimbleness; quick- 
ness; agility. 

Apsukrus,/. -r\,defin. -rusis,/. -r\o\\, adj. 
nimble; quick ; active ; brisk ; dapper. 
| — riai, adv. nimbly; quickly; brisk- 
ly. 

Apsukti (-ku, -kau, -ksiu), v. a. to wind 
roundabout; to twist (a)wmnd; fap- 
gauti] to che;it; to deceive; — kam 
galrq, to mislead one; to deceive 
Degtine jam galtq apsuko, the whis- 
key made him giddy. 

Apsunkinimas, -o, sm. overloading; over- 
whelming; burden. 

Aptunkinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
overload; to encumber; to burden; 
to clog; to overwhelm; | to make 
difficult; to perplex; to embarrass. 

Apsupti (-pu, -pau, -psiu), v. a. to sur- 
round; to encompass: to hem in. 

Apsvaigelis, /. -le, sm. giddy fellow or 
woman; raver. 

Apsvaigimas, -o, sm. dizziness; giddi- 
ness; stupor; trance; intoxication; 
fig. madness. 

Apsvaigintas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toil, 
prt. stunned. 

Apsvaiginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
stun: to din. 

Apsvaigti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu),t>. n. to be 
stunned; to grow dizzy; to be in a 
state of trance;^, to get mad. 

Aptvilinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
singe; to scorch. 

Apsvilti (-sv[lu, -svilnu, -svilsiu), v. n. 
to singe itself; to be singed. 

Apiaipyti (-pau, -piau, -pysiu), v. frq , 
Apsiepti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. 10 
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Apialti 

Apiaftf (-Salu, -salau, -Salsiu), v. n. to 
freeze (a)round; to freeze all over. 

Apiarmoti (-moju, -mojau, -mosiu), v. 
n. to be covered with rime; to be 
rimy. 

Apiarvuotl (-vuoju, -vavau, -vuosiu), v. 
a. to arm ; to furnish with armor. 

Apiauktl (-kit), -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
proclaim; to promulgate; to an- 
nounce; to declare; | to decry; to 
defame. 

Apleptlis, /. -li, s. person overgrown 
with hair; shaggy person. 

Apiiepti, see ApSaipyti. 

Apiildyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
warm; to make warm. 

Apiiiti (-fylu, -silau, -Silsiu), v. n. to 
become warm. 

Apilakstyti (stau, -s&inu, -stysiu), v. a. 
to besprinkle; to bedew. 

Apimeiza, -OS,*/, slander; calumny; de- 
famation; [vieia] libel. 

Apimeiiingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -gojl. 
adj. slanderous; calumnious; scan- 
dalous; libelous; defamatory. | — gai, 
adv. slanderously; calumniously. 

Apimeizingumas, -o, sm. slanderousness; 
soandalousn ss. 

Apimeizti (-ziu, -ziau, -§iu), v. a. to slan- 
der; to calumniate; to defame; [de- 
Sat] to libel. 

Apimirkiti (-SmirkSSiu, -SmirkSc'iau, 
-SmirkSiu), v. a. to besprinkle; to 
squirt upon. 

Apineka, -os, sf. conference; circumlo- 
cution; | defamation. 

Apineketi (-ku, -k^jau, -kesiu), v. a. to 
talk over; to confer: to bespeak; — 
kq blogai, to speak ill of one; to de- 
fame. 

Apivaista, -os, rf. = ApSvieta. 

Apiviesti (-Sviefciu, -Sviefciau, -Sviesiu), 
v. a. to light; to illuminate; fig. to 
enlighten; to teach. 

Apiviestunas,/. -ne, s. learned man or 
woman. 

Apsviestunija, -os, rf. the intellectuals; 
learned people. 

Aptvieta, -os, rf. learning; knowledge; 
refinement; improvement of mind; 
light. 

Aptviethnas, -o, sm. lighting; illumina- 
tion;^, enlightenment; knowledge. 



24 Aptingtl 

Apivilpti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to 
hiss. 

Apivirkiti, = ApSmibksti. 

Aptaisa, -os, rf. Aptaitas, -o, sm. case: 
binding; frame; [karabino] gunstock. 

Aptaisymas, -o, sm. binding in; framing; 
[apredymas] dressing; clothing. 

Aptalsyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. a. to en- 
chase; to bind in; to set (or fix) in; 
[apredyti] to clothe; to dress one. 

Aptaka, -os, rf. whitlow. 

Aptalzyti (-zau, -ziau, -iysiu), v. a. to 
whip; to beat. 

Aptaftyti (-§au, -Siau, -Sysiu), v. a. to 
hew round; to square (a timber); 
fig. to refine; to polish one. 

Aptaikyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
bespatter: to splash upon ; to squirt 
at. 

Apteikimas, -o, sm. donation; gift; grant ; 
endowment. 

Apteikti (-kiu, kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
present with; to make a present to; 
to endow; to indue. 

Aptemdymas, -o, sm. darkening; obscu- 
ration. 

Aptemdyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. 
to darken; to make dark; to obscure; 
to overcloud; — protq, to darken 
one's mind; to render ignorant. 

Aptemimas, -o, sm. dimness; darkness; 
obscurat on; menvlio, sautes — , ob- 
scuration of the moon, sun. 

Aptemti (-temsta, -temo, -terns), v. tm- 
pers. to grow dark; to be obscured. 

Apteplioti (-lioju, -pliojau, -pliosiu), v. 
frq., Aptepti (-pu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. 
to besmear; to bedaub. 

Apterlioti (lioju, -liojau, -liosiu), v. a. 
to befoul; to defile; to soil all over. 

Apteriti (-Siu, -Siau, -terSiu), v. a. to 
dirty; to befoul; to defile. 

Aptieka, -os, sf. drug store. 

Aptiekoryste, es, sf. pharmacy; drug- 
gist's trade. 

Aptiekorlskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. of drug store; belonging (or 
pertaining) to pharmacy. 

Aptiekorius, -riant, sm. druggist. 

Aptiltl(-tilstu (or -tjlu), -tilau, -tilsiu), 
v. n. to cease to speak; to grow si- 
lent; to be quiet. 

Aptingti (-tingstu, -tingau. -tingsiu), r. 
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Aptinimas 

Aptinimas, -o,*m. swelling; bloatedness. 

Aptlnti (-nstu, -nau, -nsiu), v.n. to swell 
round; to tumefy. 

Aptirpti (-pstu, -pau, -psiu), v. n. to 
melt; | to grow stiff. 

Aptureti (-riu, -r€jau, -resiu), v. a. to 
obtain; to acquire; to get; to gain; 
to receive. 

AptuStejimas, -o, sm. emptiness; de- 
sertedness. 

Aptusteti (teju, -tejau, -tSsiu), v. n. to 
become empty; to empty; to be de- 
serted. • 

Aptuitinti (-nu f -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
empty; to devastate. 

Aptvanka, -os, */. an inundated place; 
bay; | inundation. 

Aptvara, -os, sf. Aptvaras, -o, sm. fence; 
enclosure. 

Aptvenkti (kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), r. a. to 
inundate; to overflow; to deluge. 

Aptverimas, -o, sm. (the act of) enclos- 
ing with a fence; enclosure; | set- 
ting (or fixing) in. 

Aptverli (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v. a. to 
enclose with a fence; to fence 
(a)round; [apsodinti] to enchase; to 
set in; to fix in. 

Aptvinimas, -o, sm. inundation; submer- 
sion. 

Aptvinti (-nstu, -nau, -nsiu), u. a. to 
overflow; to deluge: to inundate. | 
v. n. to be inundated. 
'Aptvoti (-tvoju, -tvojau, -tvosiu), v. a. 
to whip soundly; to cudgel. 

Apuokas, -o, sm. orn. screech-owl. 

Apuoke, -es, sf. hot. Jungermannia to- 
mentella. 

Apuostyti (-stau, -sftau, -stysiu), r. a. 
to smell all over; fig. vulg. to learn; 
to gain knowledge. 

Apuse, -es, dim. -tele,*/*, hot. aspen tree; 
asp. Populus tremula. 

Apuiynas, -0, sm. aspen wood; aspen 
forest. 

Apuiinis,/. -ne, adj. aspen; made of asp- 
en wood. 

Apusotas, -o, sm. aspen wood; aspen- 
grove. 2.—, /. -ta, adj, abounding 
with aspen trees. 

Apvadzioti (-dzioju, -dziojau, -dziosiu), 
t.frq. f Apvesti (-vedu, -vedziau, -ve- 
siu), v. a. to lead round about. 



25 Apveidus 

Apvaiksciojimas, -o, sm. (the act of) go- 
ing round; | solemnization; celebra- 
tion. 

Apvaikstineti (-n6ju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq.„ Apvaik&ioti (-£ioju, -Siejau, 
-ciosiu), v. a. to go round about ; to 
walk (a)round; || [treaty, sukaktutes] 
to celebrate; to keep. 

Apvainikavimas, -o, sm. coronation. 

Apvainikuoti(-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu), 
v. a. to crown; to wreath. 

Apvaitinimas, -o, sm. impregnation; 
fructification. 

Apvaisinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
impregnate; to fructify. 

Apvaizda, -os, sf. = Apveizda. 

Apvalainas, /. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -noil, 
adj. (ival. | — nal, adv. ovally. 

Apvaiainis, -io,*w. ov.-.l body. 

Apvalainumas, -o, sm. the oval form ; the 
state of being oval. 

Apvaldymas, -o, sm. occupancy; taking 
possession; seizure; | check; re- 
straint; repression. 

Apvaldyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), r. a. to 
occupy; to take possession; to seize; 
| to check; to restrain; to subdue; to 
quell; to master. 

Apvaliai, adv. roundly. 

Apvalymas, -o, sm. cleaning all over; 
purification. 

Apvalyti (-lau, -liau, -lysiu), v. a. to 
clean all over; to refine; to purify. 

Apvaikalas, -o, sm. cover; case; coat: 
clothing. 

Apvalkstyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), r. 
frq., Apvilkti (-velku, -vilkau, -vilk- 
siu), v. a. to coat with; to cover 
with; to do over with. 

Apvalumas, -o, sm. roundness. 

Apvalus,/. -li, defin. -lusis, /. -lioji, adj. 
round; circular; globular: spherical. 
| — Mai, adv. roundly; globularly. 

Apvara, -os, sf. hat band. 

Apvaryti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 
drive around; to bring round about. 

Apvarte, es, sf. shoe-lace. 

Apvartyti (-tau, -ciau, -tysiu) t>. a. frq. 
to turn over; to overturn; to upset; 
to turn upside down. 

Apveidumas, -0, sm. fairness; fineness. 

Apveidus, /. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzioji, 
adj. fair; fine. 



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Apveizda 

Apveizda, -os, tf. providence. 

Apveizdejimas, Apveizejimas, -o, sm. look- 
ing round about; [nprupinimas] fur- 
nishing; supplying; providing. 

Apveizdeti (-dziu, -dejau, -desiu), Apvei- 
zeti (-z'u, -ze"jau, -ze"siu), v. a. to 
have seen all over; [aprupinti] to 
supply; to provide; to furnish. 

Apveizdeto|as, Apveizetojas,/. -la, *. pro- 
vider. 

Apveizdingas,/. -q*,defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. "provident : providential. | — gai, 
adv. providentially; providently. 

Apveleti (-leju, -lejau, -lesiu), v. a. to 
beat about with washing-beetle; to 
wash with the aid of washing-beetle; 
fig. to cudgel; to whip one. 

Apvelti (-veliu, -veliau, -velsiu), v. a. to 
involve; to envelop or cover with 
surroundiug matter; to befoul; to 
make dirty. 

Apvemti (-vemiu, -vemiau, -vemsiu), 
v. a. to bespit with vomit. 

Apverkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to de- 
plore; to bewail; to weep for. 

Apverkti nas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -noli, 
prt. deplorable; bowailable; lament- 
able. 

Apversti (-verciu, -verSiau, -versiu), v. 
a. to upset; to overturn; to turn up- 
side down; [panavdoti] to use; to 
employ; — kq- saro naudai, to em- 
ploy a thing for one's own benefit. 

Apvertinimas, -o, sm. valuation; ap- 
praisement. 

Apvertinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
tax; to appraise. 

Apvesti, see Apvadzioti. 

Apvezdinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
marry one. 

Apvieneji mas, -o,sm. solitude; loneliness. 

Apvieneti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. n. 
to become alone. 

Apvilgyli (-gau, -giau, -gysiu), v. a. to 
moisten a little; to besprinkle; to 
bedew. 

Apvilkti, see Apvalkstyti. 

Apvilti (-viliu, -vyliau, -vilsiu), v. a. to 
deceive; to beguile; to seduce; to il- 
lude; [xuvadtioti] to disappoint. 

Apvynioti (-nioju, -niojau, -niosiu), t.a. 
to wind (a)round; to wrap in; to en- 
twist. 



26 Apzvalgytl 

Apvysli (-vystu, -vytau, -vysiu), v. n. 
to wither; to fade away. 

Apvystytl (-stau, -stfiau, -stysiu), t. a. 
to swaddle; to swathe; to bind or 
wrap up. 

Apvyt§s,/. -tusi, prt. faded; withered; 
decayed. 

Apvogti (-vagiu, -vogiau, -vogsiu), v. a. 
to rob; to steal; to ravish. 

Apazadai, -y, sm. pi. vow ; solemn prom- 
ise. 

Apzidetl (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v. a. to 
vow; to make solemn riromises. 

Apzarga, Apzargoms, adv. astraddle. 

Apzavai, -q, sin. pi. spell; charm. 

Apzaveti (-viu, -vejau, -vesiu), v. a. to 
bewitch; to enchant. 

Apzeldinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
cover with growth. 

Apzelimas, -o, sm. the state of being 
overgrown; overgrowth. 

Apzolti (-zeliu, -zeliau, -zelsiu), v. n. to 
overgrow (with grass or hair); to be 
overgrown. 

Apzergti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), r. a. to 
straddle; — arkl{ % to straddle a 
horse. 

Apzymejimas, -o, sm. marking (a)round; 
denotation; definition. 

Apzymeti (-miu, -mejau, -mesiu), v.a. to 
mark (a)round; to sketch; to define. 

Apzindyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
poison a child with unhealthy milk. 

Apzioti (-zioju, -ziojau, -ziosiu), v. a. to 
mouth; to encompass into the 
mouth. 

Apziura, -os, sf. examination; inspec- 
tion; oversight; care. 

Apziurejimas, -o, sm. inspection; cir- 
cumspection; care; [aprupinimas] 
supplying; providing. 

Apziuretl (-riu, -rejau, -re"siu), v. a. to 
look over; to examine; to take care; 
to tend; [aprupinti] to supply; to 
provide. 

Apzlibti (-zlimbu, -zlibau, -zlibsiu), v.n. 
to be dazzled ; to become blind. 

Apzvalga, -OS, sf. review; inspection; re- 
vision. 

Apzvalgymas, -o, sin. (the act of) review- 
ing; inspection. 

Apzvalgyti (-gau, -giau, -gysiu), v. frq. 
to look all over; to examine. 



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Apzvalgumas, -o, sm. circumspection. 
Apzvalgus, /. -gf, defin. -gutis,/. -gfoli, 

adj. circumspect; cautious. | — giai, 

adv. circumspectly. 
Ar, part, interrog. Ar mataif do you 

see it? Ar pai\sti j\t do you know 

him ? are you acquainted with him ? 

| whether, if. Ariinai, ar jos teias 

da gyros* do you know if her father . 

is alive yet? Ar...ar t whether.. .or. 

Sakyk, ar eisi, ar net tell me wheth- 
er you will go or not. 
Arabas, -o, sm. Arabian, an inhabitant 

of Arabia, Arabija, -os, sf. Arabia. 

Arabiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. Arabian, Arabic. 
Arba, eon;, or; Arba.. ..arba...., either.... 

or. Qali keUauti arba j Vilnty arba 

I Kaunq, you may either ride to 

Vilna or to Kovno. 
Arbata, -os, #/. tea. 
Arbatpuodis, -dzio, sm. tea-pot. 
Arbatzoles, -ii[, sf pi. tea leaves; tea. 
Arbuzas, -o, sm . bot. water-melon. Cu- 

cumis citrullus. 
Archeologas, -0, sm. archaeologist. 
Archeologija, -os, */. archaeology. 
Archeologiikas,/. -ka, adj. archaeologic, 

archaeological. 
Archipelagas, -0, sm. archipelago. 
Architektas, -0, sm. architect. 
Architektura, -os, #/. architecture. 
Architokturiikas,/. -ka, adj. architectur- 
al. 
Archivas, -0, sm. archives. 
Arcivyskupas, -o, sm. archbishop. 
Ar£ia,-ios, sf. glade; open space in a 

forest. 
Arda, -os, sf. dissension ; quarrel ; strife; 

discord. 
Aftfai, -4, sm. pi a scaffold made of 

poles for drying flax or corn in a 

kitm. 
Ardymas, -o, sm. (the act of) destroying; 

destruction. 
Ardyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

destroy; to demolish; to pull down; 

to rip up; [ramumq] to disturb; to 

trouble. 
Ardvas, Ardve = Erdvas, etc. 
Arejas,/. -la, *. plougher; ploughman 

or plowman. 
AreHs = Erklis. 



Arnatas 

Arena, -os, sf. arena. 

Areitantas, /. -te, *. arrested person; 
prisoner. 

AreStas, -0, sm. arrest. 

Arestuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 
to arrest; to apprehend; to take into 
custody. 

Argl, part, interrog. Argi tai gaiety bu- 
tif is it possible? are you sure of it? 
Argigali-bvti didesneutSitq nelaimet 
can there ever be any greater mis- 
fortune than that? 

Argumentas, -0, sm. argument. 

Argumentuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), 
v. a. n. to argue. 

Ariamas, /. -ma, defin. -masls,/. -moil, 
prt. arable; tillable. 

Arielka, -OS, sf. brandy; whiskey. 

Arimas, -0, sm. ploughing; tillage; 
ploughed ground. 

Aritmetika, -os, */. arithmetic. 

Arltmetiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. arithmetical. | — to\,adv. arith- 
metically. 

Arka, -os, sf. arch; ark. 

Arkada, -os, sf. arcade. 

Arklas, -o, sm. wooden plough. 

Arkliabernis, -Io, sm. horse boy: groom. 

Arkliaganis, -Io, sm. horse boy ; horse 
tender. 

Arkliarugitis, -HHo,m. bot. yellow dock; 
water sorrel. Rum ex hydrolapatum. 

Arkliavagis, -io, sm. horse stealer; horse 
thief. 

Arkllavagysje, -as, */. horse stealing. 

Arklide, -es,#/. stable (for h6rses). 

Arklldzlus, -laus,*w*. master of the horse. 

Arkliena, -os, sf. horse flesh. - 

Arklininkas, -0, sm. groom ; stable-boy; 
horse-keeper; horse dealer. 

Arklys, -Io, sm. horse. Dim. -lelis, -llukas, 
sm. little horse; pony. 

Arkuias, -0, sm. sheet (of paper). 

Armata, -os, sf. cannon; piece of ord- 
nance; gun. 

Armenas, -0, sm. Armenian, inhabitant 
of Armenia. 

Armenija, -os, sf Armenia. 

. Armeniikas,/. -ka, adj. Armenian. 

Armija, -os, sf. army. 

Armulka, -os, sf. calotte. 

Armuo, -mens, sm. depth; bottom. 

Arnatas, -0, sm. chasuble. 



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Aromatas 

Aromatas, -o, sm. aroma. 
Aromatiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. aromatous; aromatic. 
Arpa, -os, sf. mus. harp. 
Arpas, -o t sm. fan; sieve (for sifting 

corn). 
Arplnlnkas,/. -ke,«. harper; harpist. 
Arpuoti (-puoju, -pavau, -puosiu), v. a. 

to fan; to winnow; to sieve; to sift. 
Arsenalas, -o, sm. arsenal. 
Aiieti (-§§ju, -sSjau, -§esiu), v. n. to 

grow worse; to grow more severe. 
Ariketas, -o, sm. icht. sturgeon. 
Arius,/. -ii, defin -iusis,/. -tio|i, adj. 

vehement; passionate; extravagant; 

fanatical; bad; ill; evil; vicious. 

Comp. AR8E8NI8,/. -Nfi, worse. Sup. 

AR&IAU8IA8,/. -SI A, Worst. 

Arterlja, -os, sf. artery. 

kt\\,adv. near; nearly. Camp. arc*iau(8), 
sup. arSiausiai, nearer, nearest. 

Art! (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v a. to plough; 
to till. 

Artybe, • es, */ nearness; proximity. 

Artikulas, -o, sm. article; item. 

Artilerija, -os, sf. artillery. 

Artymas, -o, sm. fellow-creature; fellow- 
man; neighbor. Meile artymo, chari- 
ty. 

Artymas, /. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -mo|l, 
adj. proximate; nearest; next. Arty- 
ma ffimine, near relation. 

Artyn, adv. nearer; — eiti, to come 
nearer; to approach. 

Artinimat, -o,*m. (the act of) drawing 
or bringmg nearer. 

Artinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to draw 
near; to bring nearer. | — s, v. rfl. 
to approach ; to come near. 

Artirege, Artiregyste, -es, */. short-sight- 
edness; myopy; fig. narrow-mind- 
edness; illiberality. 

Artiregis,/. -ge, *. myope; fig. narrow- 
minded person. 

Arils, -Slo, sm. nearness; distance. 

Artistas ,/. -te, s. artist. 

ArtistiSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. artistic, artistical. | — kal, adv. 
artistically. 

Artojas, -o, sm. plougher; ploughman. 

Artokas, /. -ka, adj. somewhat near; 
pretty near. | -kai, adv pretty near. 

Artumas, -o # sm. nearness; proximity. 



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Artus,/. -ti, defin. -tut it,/. -£io|i, 'adj. 
near; nigh. 

Aruodas, -0, sm. bin; corn-bin fig. de- 
pository; repository of abundance; 
treasury; store; storehouse. 

Arzinti = Erzinti. 

Arzumas, -o, sm. irritability; irritable- 
ness. 

Arzumas, -o, sm. lust fulness; libidinous- 
ness. 

Arzuolas, -o, dim. -lelis, -to, sm. bot. oak. 
Quercus. = ^zuolas. 

Arzuolynas, -o, s?n. oak forest. = £iuo- 

LTNA8. 

Aiiuolinis,/. -ne, adj. oak; oaken; made 

of oak wood. = ^uolinis. 
Arzus,/. -zi, defin. -zusis,/. -zloji, adj. 

irritable. 
Arzus,/. -ii, defin. .zusis,/. -zio|i, ady. 

lustful; libidinous. 
4sa,-os, sf. ear (of a pot); handle (of a 

pail, of a basket). 
Asekuracija, -os, sf. insurance. 
Asekuruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, ruosiu), v. a. 

to insure. 
Asilaitis, /. -te, *. young ass. 
Asilas, -o, dim. -lelis, sm. ass; jackass; 

fig. eont. dolt; blockhead; dunce; 

ninny. 
Asile, -es, sf. she nss;fig. stupid woman; 

dunce. 
Asilyda, -tios, sf. she ass. 
Asililkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

asinine; like an ass; ass-like. | —kai, 

adv. in the manner of an ass. 
Asistentas, -o, sm assistant. 
Asiuklis, -\o,sm. bot. shave-grass; marsh- 
horsetail. Equisetum. 
Asia, -os, sf. floor; ground. 
Asmuo, = EsMtio. 
4so5ius, -iiaus; fsotis, -5io, sm. [retka] 

tub; bucket; [puodas] pitcher; jar. 
Astrologas, -o, sm. astrologer. 
Astrologi|a, -os, */. astrology. 
Astrologilkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adv. astrological. 
Astronomas, -o, sm. astronomer. 
Astronomija, -os, sf. astronomy. 
Astronomilkas,/. -k&, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. astronomical. 
Al, A3en,pi. Mes, pron. I; pi. we. 
Aiaka, -os, sf fish-bone; | bran. 
Alara, -os, sf tear. AUras Ueti, to shed 



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Asarele 

tears. Apsilicti aiaromis, to burst in- 
to tears. Verkti krokodiUaus aiaro- 
mis, to shed crocodile tears. 

Aiarele,-es, [dim. of Asjlra], sf. tear; | 
bot. bird's-eye; primrose. Primula 
farinosa. Dangaus — , bot. forget-me- 
not. Myosotis. 

Alarius, /. -re, *. weeper; whiner; a 
maudlin. 

ASarotas,/. -ta, defin. -litis,/. -to|i, adj. 
drowned in tears; lachrymal. 

Aiaroti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v. n. to 
shed tears; to weep. 

Alerys, = Eserys. 
.fflKtf i Aiis, -ies, */. axle-tree; axis. ietnes — t 

, axis of the earth. 

Aftmainis, -io, 9m. eighth part. | adj., 
asmainio lapo, in octavo. 

Almas, = Astuntas. 

Aimuo, -mens; usually in pi. -mens, -nig, 
sm. edge, sharpend ; point. 

Aitriai, adv. sharply; acutely; sternly; 
fig. severely; harshly; sharply. 

Aitrybe, -es, sf. sharpness; fig. severity ; 
harshness. 

Aitrinli (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to sharp- 
en; to whet; to put an edge on. 

AStrumas, -©, sm. = AStrybE. 

Aitrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -riofl, adj. 
sharp; keen; acute; fig. severe. 

AStuntas, /. -ta, defin. -talis, /. -toll, 
num. ord eighth. 

Aituonake, -es, sf. eight spot (at cards). 

Aituonergit,/. -Hje, adj. eight years old 
(said of animals only). 

Aituoneri,/. -riot, num. card, eight (us- 
ed with plural nouns). 

Altuoneriopas,/. -pa, adj. ; — pai, adv. of 
eight different kinds; eightfold. 

AStuonetas, -©, sm. eight. 

Aituoni,/. -nios, num. card, eight. 

Aituonias-desimtas, /. -ta, num. card. 
eightieth. 

Altuoniese, adv. eight. 

Aituoniolika, -08, num. card, eighteen. 

Aituoniolikis,/. -ke; Altuoniolikintas, /. 
-ta; Altuonioliktas, / -ta, defin. -tasis, 
/. -to|I, num. ord. eighteenth. 

AStuonios-desimtyf , num. card, eighty. 

Aituonkampinis,/. -ne, adj. octagonal. 

Aituonkampis, -io, sm. octagon. 

Aituonlinkat,/. -ka, adj eightfold. 

Attuonmetiniatf. -ne,a<#. eight years old. 



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Altuonmetls, -Sio, sm. period of eight 
years. 

Aluote, -&,#/. bot. feather-grass. Stippa. 

Aiutas, -o, sm. hair (of a horse tail). 

Aftutine, -es,«/. hair-shirt; hair-cloth; 
sack-cloth; horsehair. 

Aftutinis J*, -ne, adj. made of hair. 

Asvyne, -es, sf. she- mule. 

Aivynys, -io, sm. mule. 

At- [Ata-, Ati-], prep, insep. being 
prefixed to simple verbs it denotes, a) 
a separation, and is translated by off, 
away : atpiauti, to cut off; b)a return, 
translated by back: atiduoti, to give 
back; c) an approach translated by 
to, near: ateiti % to come to, to come 
near; d) an undoing of what was done, 
translated by un: atrtiti, to unbind, 
etc. 

Atadanga, •©*, sf. unveiling. 

Atadengti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to 
uncover; to unveil. 

Atadregis,-io,*m. thaw; thawing weath- 
er. 

Atadregti, = AtidrEgti. 

Atakti (-anku, -akau, -aksiu), v. n. to 
recover one's sight. 

Atakuoti(-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu), v.a. 
to attack; to charge. 

Atardyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. td 
unsew; to unstitch; to rip off. 

Atartl (-ariu, -ariau, -arsiu), v. a. to 
plough up; to separate by plough- 
ing; to repeat ploughing; to recom- 
pense by ploughing. 

Ataspindis, = Atspindts. 

Ataudai, -4, sm. pi. weft; woof. 

Atauga, -OS, sf. shoot; sprout; sprig. 

Atauginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to let 
grow; to regain growth. 

Ataugti ( gu, gau, -gsiu), v. n. to grow 
again; to shoot again. 

Atausti (-audziu, -audiiau, -ausiu), v.a. 
to interweave; to finish weaving; to 
recompense by weaving. 

Atauselis,/. -le, s. cool and indifferent 
person. 

Atauiimas, -0, sm. coolness; lukewarm- 
ness; fig. indifference; coolness. 

Atauiinti( nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to cool; 
to make cool; to make lukewarm; 
fig. to cool; to calm; to abate; to 
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Ataulti (-Stu, -&au, -Siu), v. n. to grow 

cool; fig. to cool; to lose the heat of 

passion, etc. 
Atbaidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

frighten away; to deter. 
Atbalsls, -io, sm. echo; resound. 
Atbegti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n, to come 

running. 
Atbiideti (-du, -de\jau, -dgsiu), v. n. to 

arrive noisily. 
Atbojimas, -o, sm. attention; care; heed. 
Atboti (-boju, -bojau, -bosiu), v. a. n. 

to attend; to take heed; to mind. 
Atbrlzginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

entangle; to roughen; [petty, etc.] to 

dull; to blunt. 
Atbukells, /. -le, s. dull person; dolt; 

blockhead. 
Atbukinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

blunt; to dull; fig. to dull; to stupe- 
fy; — protq, to blunt one's mind or 

understanding 
Atbukti (-bunku, -bukau, -buksiu), r.n, 

to become blunt; fig. to become 

stupid. 
Atbuiat,/. -la, defin. -lasls,/. -ioji, adj. 

turned back; inverted; reversed; | 

unwilling. | — lai, adv. invertedly; 

reversedly; | unwillingly. 
Atbuti (-buvu, -buvau, busiu), v. a. n. 

to dispatch; — saro pinderystes, to 

do, to perform, to accomplish one's 

duties. 
Atdaras,/. -ra, defin. -rasls,/. -roji, adj. 

open. Atdaros durys, an open door. 

Mano durys vuada tau atdaros, you 

are always welcome in my house. 
Atdaryti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 

open. 
Ateiga, -ot, sf. coming; arrival; [ateitis] 

future; time to come. 
Ateinantis,/. -ti, defin. -tysis,/. -6io|J, adj. 

coming; [busintin] future. 
Ateistas,/. -te, *. atheist, infidel. 
Ateiti (-einu, -ejau, -eisiu), v. n. to 

come; to arrive. 
Ateitine, -es, sf. future; time to come. 
Ateitinis,/. -ne, adj. future; coming. 
Ateitis, -ies, sf. future; futurity; time 

to come. 
Ateivys,/. -v§, Atejunas,/. -ne, s. a new 

comer; [sretimmlin] foreigner; 

stranger; immigrant. 



Atginti 

Ateivyste, -e$, sf. immigration. 

Ateizmas, -o, sm. atheism. 

Atemimas,-o,»m. taking away -J recover- 
ing:! deprivation; arith. subtraction. 

Atgaivas, -o, sm. restorative; refresh- 
ment. 

Atgaivinimas, -o, sm. restoration; reviv- 
al ; recreation. 

Atgafvinti (-nu, nau, -nsiu), v. a. to re- 
store; to recover; to revive; [apalpu- 
s(] to rouse; to recover; to refresh. 

Atgaivintojas,/. -|a, s. restorer; reviver; 
rocoverer; reestablisher. 

Atgaja, -os,«/. that which is restored or 
recovered; reviviscence; [atgaivini- 
mas] restoration; recovery. 

Atgajus,/. -|i, adj. restorative; recreat- 
ing; refreshing; reanimating. 

Atgal, Atgalios, adv. back; backward. 
Itilgis atgal, looking backward. 
Simtmetis atgal, a century ago. 

Atgamas, -o, sm. that which is regener- 
ated; | exact likeness; image. 

Atgandumas, -©, sm. loathsomeness; 
nauseousness. 

Atgandus, /. -di, defin. -dusit,/. -dilofi, 
adj. loathsom e; disgustful ; nauseous. 

Atgara, -os, sf. draught of air. 

Atgarsis, -io, sm. echo; resound. 

Atgauti (-gaunu, -gavau, -gausiu), v. a. 
to win back; to regain; to recover; 
to retrieve. 

Atgavimas, -o, sm. regaining. 

Atgiedoti (-du, -dojau, -dosiu), v. a. to 
finish (or have done) singing. | v. n. 
to come singing. 

Atgieza, -os, sf. revenge; vengeance. 

Atgieiingumas, -o, sm. revengefulness. 

Atgiezingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -gofi, 
adj. revengeful; vindictive. 

Atgiezti (ziu, -ziau, -5iu), v. a. to re- 
venge; to avenge. 

Atgi|Jmas, -o, sm. revival; recovery. 

Atgimimas, o, sm. (the act of) regenerat- 
ing; regeneration. 

Atgimti (-gemu, -gimiau, -gimsiu), v.n. 
to be born again; to be regenerated; 
to revive. 

Atginti (-genu, -giniau, -ginsiu), v. a. to 
drive to; to drive away ; to repel. 
2. — (-ginu, gyniau, -ginsiu), v. a. 
to fend off; to keep off; to ward off; 
to defend; to repel. 



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Atgirios 

Atgirios, -iif , sf. pi hot. Christmas-rose ; 
Christmas-flower. Helleborus. 

Atgyti (-gyu, -gijau, -gysiu), v. n. to 
come to life again; to revive. 

Atgrasas, -o, sm. estrangement; | dis- 
gust. 

Atgrasinimas, -o, sm. discouragement; 
estrangement. 

Atgrasyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. a. to 
estrange; to discourage; to disaccus- 
tom ; to avert; — besiartinanti paro- 
j%, to avert an approaching danger; 
— priesiy, to repulse the enemy. 

Atgrasus,/. -si, defin. -susis,/. -sioii, «<?/. 
abominable; disgustful. 

Atgrazintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to re- 
turn; to turn back; to give back. 

Atgrfbstyti (-stau, -s£iau, -sty si u), v. 
frq. y Atgrebti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.a. 
to rake to; [Salin] to rake away. 

Atgresti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. to dis- 
gust; to estrange. 

Atgreiti (-ziu, -iiau, -Siu), v. a. to turn 
aside, (away, off); to avert. 

Atgriauti(-griauju, -grioviau, -griausiu), 
v. a. to roll away; to remove (bur- 
den). 

Atgrisimas, *o v sm. disgust; aversion; 
dislike, x 

Atgristi (-stu, -sau, -siu), v. n. to feel 
disgust; to nauseate; to have an 
aversion to; to weary with. 

Atgrisus,/. -si, defin. -susis,/. -siofi, adj. 
disgusting; repugnant; repulsive. 

Atgrubti (-grumbu, -grubau, -grubsiu), 
v. a. to benumb; to deprive of sen- 
sation (by cold). 

Atguleti (-liu, -lSjau, -lesiu), v a., — $o- 
nq, to hurt one's side by lying too 
long upon it. 

Atgulti (-lu, -liau, -lsiu), v. n. to lie 
down ; to take a nap. 

Atida, -ot, sf. attention; heed; care. At- 
kreipti atidq, to fix the attention; to 
attract notice. 

Atidalinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Atidalyti 
(lau, -liau, -lysiu), v. a. to set apart; 
to separate; to part. 

Atidarymas , -o, sm. opening. 

AtidarinltJ(-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), vJYq., 
Atidaryti (-rau, riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 
open; to set open; to disclose; — 
duns, to open a door; — akis, to 
open one's eyes. 



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Atidarinetoias, Atidarytojas,/. -Ja, *. open- 
er. 

Atidavejas,/. -|a, s. one who gives back; 
| deliverer; bearer. 

Atidavimas, -o, sm. (the act of) giving 
back; returning; restitution; return. 

Atidavinetl (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq. y Atlduoti ( duodu, -daviau, -duo- 
siu), v. a. to give back; to return; to 
deliver; to restore; — kam garbe, to 
pay respect to one; — skolq, to re- 
pay a debt; — Dietui duMq, to give 
up the ghost; to breath one's last. 

Atidejimas, -o, sm. putting aside; | post- 
ponement. 

Atidekojimas, -o, sm. thanksgiving. 

Atidekoti (-koju, -kojau, -kosiu), v. n. 
to return thanks. 

Atideliojimas, -o, sm. setting or laying 
aside; | postponement; delay. 

Atidelioti (-lioju, -liojau, -liosiu), vjrq. t 
Atideti (-dedu, -dejau, -desiu), r. a. 
to lay, put or set aside; | to delay; 
to postpone; to adjourn. 

Atidengimas, -o, sm. uncovering; open- 
ing; discovery; disclosure; finding 
out. 

Atidengti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to 
uncover; to take off; to discover; to 
disclose. 

Atidirbti (-bu, -bau, -bsiu), v.a. to work 
out; to finish one's task; to perform 
services due; — ut skolq, to clear 
one's debt by working for. 

Atidraskytl (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), vfrq., 
Atidreksti (-dreskiu, -dreskiau, -drek- 
siu), v . a. to tear away, (off); to pull 
off. 

Atidreginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
damp; to moisten; to wet. 

Atidregti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to 
grow or become damp. 

Atiduoti, see AtidavinEti. 

Atidumas, -o, sm. attentiveness; care- 
fulness. 

Atidus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/ -diioji, adj. 
attentive; careful. 

Atidiia, -io, sf. = Atida. 

Atienis, -Io, sm. inlet; bay. 

Atilsis, -io, sm. rest; repose. Protas rei- 
kalauja atUsio, the mind requires re- 
laxation. 

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Atimti 

Atimtl (-imu, -6miau, -imsiu), v. a. to 
take back; to retake; [iaUn] to re- 
move; | arithm. to subtract. 

Atfrtl (-£ru, -irau, -irsiu), v. n. to unrip 
itself; to be unripped. 

Atitarnauti (-nauju, -navau, -nausiu), v. 
a. n. to serve out; to serve one's 
time; to finish service. 

Atiteisa, -os, */. reward; recompense. 

Aliteisti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. to re- 
ward; to recompense; to return an 
equivalent. 

Atitiestl (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. to 
straighten; to make straight. 

Atitikti (-tinku, -tikau, -tiksiu), v.a. to 
meet; to find; to find by chance. 
Atitiko kirvis kotq, (prov,), he has 
met his match. 

Atitolinimas, -o, sm. (the act of) putting 
away; remoiion; removal. 

Atitolinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to re- 
move; to put away. 

Atitraukimas, -0,0m. drawing off ; arithm. 
subtraction. 

Atitraukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
draw off ; to draw back, (away); to 
withdraw; [Satin] to turn aside; 
arithm. to subtract; to deduct. 

Atjaukinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to dis- 
accustom. 

Atjausti (-jaufciu, -jau&au, -jausiu), v.a 
to feel; to have feeling; to be sen- 
sible of. 

AtjieSkoti (-kau, -kojau, -kosiu), v. a. to 
find again; to regain; to win back. 

Atjoti (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. n. to ar- 
rive; to come on horseback. 

Atjungti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu),t>."a. to un- 
yoke; to untie; to take off the yoke. 

Atjunkyti, = Atjaukinti. 

Atjuosti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. to un- 
gird. 

Atkabineti (-nSju, -nSjau, -nesiu), v 
frq., Atkabinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. 
to unhook; to take off; to undo; to 
loosen. 

Atkakliai, adv. fanatically ; extravagant- 
ly ; stubbornly j obstinately; pertina- 
ciously. 

Atkaklybe, -es, */., Atkaklumas, -o, sm. 
fanaticism; extravagance; stubborn- 
ness; obstinacy; pertinacity. 

Atkaklus,/. -li, tlefin. -lusis,/. -lio|i, adj. 



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fanatic(al); extravagant; stubborn; 
obstinate; pertinacious. 

Atkakti (-kanku, -kakau, -kaksiu), v.n. 
to come; to arrive. 

Atkalba, -05, sf. dissuasion; diversion 
from a purpose. 

Atkalbeti (-bu, -bejau, -be"siu), v. a. to 
finish one's saying; — poterius, mal- 
dq, to say one's prayer; [atkalbinti] 
to dissuade; to divert from a pur- 
pose. 

Atkalbineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq., Atkalbinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v 
a. to dissuade; — kq nuojo uimany- 
f»^,to dissuade a person from his 
purpose. 

Atkalnis, -io, sm. slope; declivity. 

Atkampiai, adv. aside; out of the way; 
apart from. 

Atkampis, -io, sm. by-place; secluded 
place. 

Atkapoti (-poju, -pojau, -posiu)„ v. a. to 
hew off; to cut off. 

Atkara, -os, */. dislike; disinclination; 
ill will. 

Atkaras,/. -ra, defin. -rasls,/. -ro|i, adj. 
unwilling; reluctant; dissatisfied. 

Atkarpa, -os, sf. shred; any piece of 
cloth cut off with scissors. 

Atkarti (-kariu, -koriau, -karsiu), v. a. 
to repel; to ward off; to beat back; 
to counterbuff. 

Atkartoti (-toju, -tojau, -tosiu), v. a. to 
repeat; — arimq, to repeat plough- 
ing. 

Atkarumas, -o, sm. unwillingness; aver- 
sion. 

Atkasineti (-n6ju, -ngjau, -ngsiu), v.frq., 
Atkasti (-su, -siau, -siu), v. a. to rake 
away; to dig off. 

Atkasti (-kandu, -kandau, -kasiu), v.a. 
to bite off; jig., — dant(, to be tired 
of; to be disgusted with. 

Atkeliauti (-liauju, -liavau, -liausiu), v. 
n. to come; to arrive. 

Atkelti (-keliu, -keliau, -kelsiu), v. a. 
[pakelti] to lift; to be able to raise; | 
to transport to; to move from; — var- 
tus, to open the gate. 

Atkersas, -o, sm. revenge; vengeance. 

AtkerSijimas, -o, sm. (the act of) reveng- 
ing; revenge; vengeance. 



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Atkersyti (-siju, -sijau, -sysiu), v. a. to 

avenge; to revenge. 
AtkerSytofas,/. -|a,«. avenger. 
Atkeritl (-siu, -Siau, -siu), t>. a. to 

avenge. 
Atkilas,/. -la, defin. -lasis,/. -loll, adj. 

open. AtkHitartai, open gate. 
Atklrsti (-kertu, -kirtau, -kirsiu), v. a. 
to cut off; to hew off; | fig. to an- 
swer, to reply sharply. 
Atkirtimas, -o, sm. (the act of) cutting 

or hewing off. 
Atkirtys, -Sio, sm. a return-blow; a blow 

from the opposing party. 
Atkirumas, -0, sm. nauseousness. 
Atkirus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rio|i, adj. 
nauseous; repugnant. | —rial, adv. 
nauseously. 
Atkisti (-su, -sau, -siu), v. a. to unstop; 
to uncork; — rankq, to stretch out 
one's arm. 
Atklapa, -OS, sf stirrup leather; I fac- 
ing (of a garment). 
Atklysti {-klystu, -klydau, -klysiu , r. 
n. to come (after rambling about); 
to come by chance. 
Atkloti(-kloju, -klojau, -klosiu), r. a. 

to uncover. 
Atkorimas, -o, sm. counterbuff; (the act 

of) beating back. 
Atkranklti (-scni, -sciau, -siu), *. a. to 

expectorate; to hawk up. 
Atkreipti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to 
turn aside, (away, off); to avert; — 
\prysak\, to turn a front; — keno 
atidq, to attract one's attention. 
Atkristi (-krintu, -kritau, -krisiu), v. n. 
to fall away, (off); — | tq paHq ligq t 
to fall again into the same sickness; 
to relapse. 
Atkritys, -6io, sm. relapse. AthriHu svrgti, 
to have a relapse; to fall sick again. 
Atkursti (-rstu, -rtau, -rsiu), v. n. to re- 
cover the hearing. 
Atkusti (-kuntu, -kutau, -kusiu), v. n. 
to loose; to loosen {said of bark of a 
tree)\ | to grow better; to recover. 
Atlagai, -if,*m. pi facing {of a garment). 
Atlaida, -0$, */• pardon; forgiveness; 
remission; [susUpnejima*] remis- 
sion; abatement; [atlidys] thawing 
weather; thaw. 
Atlaidas, -0, sm. remission; forgiveness; 
jl. — <lal, (batnycHo*) indulgence. 



33 Atlyglnlmas 

Atlaidus,/. 4\,defin. -dusls,/. -dzi©|i,a# 

forgiving; pardoning; mild. 
Atlaikis, -io, sm. spare time; leisure. 
Atlaikyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
hold out; to bear; to endure: to with- 
stand; — pamaldas, to perform the 
divine service. 
Atlajas, -o, sm. reflux; ebb, ebb-tide; 

neap-tide. 
Atlanka, vsuatty in the pi. Atlankos, -4, 

sf. visitrvisitation. 
Atlankyti ( kau, -kiau, kysiu), v. a. to 

visit; to come and see. 
Atlankytojas,/. -|a, *. visitor; guest. 
Atlantikas, -0; Atlantiikas oceanas, sm. 

Atlantic ocean. 
Atlapas,/. -pa, defin. -pas is,/. -po|i, adj. 

open; wide open. | — pai, adv. Openly. 
Atlapoti (poju, -pojau, -posiu), v. a. to 

open wide; to disclose; to set open. 
Atlasas,-o,«ft». satin. 
Atlasinis,/. -ne,a#. of satin. 
Atlasus,/. -II, defin. -iusis,/. -Jio|i, adj. 

reclined; recline; folding back; | 

sloping; declivous. 
Atlauzti (-ziu, -ziau, -Siu), v. a. to break 

off; — karabino gaidf, to cock; to 

draw back the cock of a gun. 
Atleidimas, -0, sm. remission; forgive- 
ness. 
Atleisti (-leidziu, -leidau, -leisiu), r. a. 

to pardon; to remit; to forgive; [pa- 

liuosuoti] to slacken; to relax; to 

loosen; | to let one go; to dismiss; 

[atsi%sti\ to send to. 
Atlekti (-lekiu, -lekiau, -leksiu), v.n. to 

come running; to come flying; to fly 

to. 
Atlenkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a. to un- 
bend; to straighten. 
Atlesys, -io, sm. thaw : thawing weather. 
Atlydeti (-dziu, -dejau, -desiu), v. a. to 

accompany one to; to see one to. 
Atlidys, -dzio,*w. thaw ; thawing wheath- 

er. 
Atliekamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -mo|i, 

prt. remaining; left; vacant; spare; 

superfluous; [nureikiamas] perform- 

able; performed. 
Atliekantis, /. -ti, defin. -tysis,/. -6io|i, 

prt. remaining; left; J performing; 

executing. 
Atlyginimas, -o,sm. recompense; reward. 



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Atlyginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), r. a. to re- 
ward; to recompense; to return an 
equivalent. 

Atlikti (-lieku, -likau, -liksiu), v. n. to 
remain; to be left. | r. a. [nuveikti] 
to perform; to accomplish; to exe- 
cute. 

Atlipdyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
unglue; to disjoin; to take off. 

Atlipti (-limpu, -lipau, -lipsiu), v. n. to 
come off; to be unglued; to unglue 
itself. 2.— (-lipu, -lipau, -lipsiu), v. 
n. to climb to; to climb over. 

Atlosa, -os, sf. reclination; reclined 
back {of a chair). 

AtloSti (siu, -§iau, -Siu), v. a. to fold 
back ; to recline ; to bend back ; [dra- 
mq, komedijq] to play; to perform. 

Atmaina, -os, sf. change; alteration. 
Oro — , change of weather. Ant at- 
mainos, by turns; alternately. 

Atmainymas, -o, sm. (the act of) chang- 
ing; change. 

Atmainingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. changeable; mutable; versatile; 
variable; unsteady; inconstant. | 
— gai, adv. versatilely; variably; in- 
constantly. 

Atmainingumas, -o, sm. changeableness; 
inconstancy; fickleness; versatility. 

Atmainyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
change; to alter; to shift. 

Atmainytojas,/. -ja, s. changer. 

Atmainus,/. -ni, adj. = Atmainingas. 

Atmata, -os, smf. castaway; reprobate; 
| refuse; rubbish. 

Atmatuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 
to measure out, (off). 

Atmegsti (-mezgu, -mezgiau, -megsfu), 
v. a. to untie; to unbind; to loosen a 
knot. 

Atmenamas,/. -ma,pr*. memorable; not- 
able. 

Atmeslas,/. -ta, dejin. -tasis,/. -toji,pr*. 
cast away; rejected. 

Atmesti (-metu, -me£iau, -mesiu), v. a. 
to throw back; to cast away; to re- 
ject; | to object; | — reitq, to give 
the change. 

Atmostinis pinigas, sm. change; small 
money. 

Atmetimas, -0, sm. throwing back; [ re- 
jecting; rejection. 



Atneiti 



Atmetymas, -o, sm. throwing back; [aw- 
dimo kraXty,] overcasting. 

Atmetyti (tau, -Ciau, -tysiu), v. a. to 
throw back; [atsiuvineti] to over- 
cast. 

Atmiesti (-Siu, -§iau, -§iu), v. a. to di- 
lute. 

Atminimas, -o, sm. reminiscence; recol- 
lection; remembrance. 

Atminkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a to 
knead up. 

Atminti (-menu, -miniau, -minsiu), v.a. 
to remember; to keep in mind; to 
recollect; [minkle] to guess. 

Atmintinai, adv. by heart. 

Atmintinas,/. -na, prt. memorable. 

Atmokejimas, -o, sm. repayment; requi- 
tal: retribution. 

Atmokestis, -dio, sm. repayment; retri- 
bution. 

Atmoketi (-ku, -kejau, -kesiu), r. a. to 
pay back; to repay; to requite; — 
blogu vi gerq, to repay with ingrati- 
tude; to pay for kindness with neg- 
lect. 

Atmonas,-o; Atmonijimas,-o, sm. revenge; 
vengeance. 

Atmonyti (-niju, -nijau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
revenge; to avenge. 

Atmonytojas,/. -|a, s. avenger. 

Atmosfera, -os, sf. atmosphere. 

Atmosferinis,/. -ne; AtmosleriJkas,/. -ka, 
adj. atmospheric. 

AtmuSimas, -o, sm. beating back; coun- 
terbuff; [priest^ beating back; re- 
pelling; [skrynios, durfy] breaking 
open. 

AtmuSti (-su, -§iau, -§iu), v. a. to coun- 
terbuff; to beat back; to repel; to 
ward off; [bafkq] to break open; to 
stave; — grob{ nuopriesi%, to recover 
the spoil taken by the enemy; — ka- 
linius, nelaisviu*, to rescue the pris- 
oners. 

AtnaSus,/. -51, dejin. -Susis,/. -Sioji, adj. 
relative. | — Siai, adv. relatively. 

Atnaujinimas, -o, sm. renewing; renew- 
al; renovation. 

Atnaujinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to re- 
new. 

Atnaujintojas,/. -(a,*, renewer; restorer. 

Atnesti (-su, -siau, -siu), v. a. to bring; 
to fetch; | [isduoti vaisiq] to yield; 
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Atneltinis 

AtncJUnis,/. -no, <z<{/. brought; dowry. 
Atokumas, -o, sm. remoteness; distance. 
Atokus,/. -ki, adj. far; remote; distant. 
| — kiai, adv. far; distantly; remote- 

iy. 

Atolas, -o, sm. rowen ; aftermath ; second 

growth (of grass). 
Atom as, -o, sm. atom. 
Atominis, /. -ne; Atomiskas, /. -ka, adj. 

atomic(al). 
Atpend, adv. on the contrary; in return. 
Atpenejimas, -o, sm. fattening; making 

fat. 
Atpeneti (-niu, -nejau, -nesiu), v. a. to 

fatten. 
Atpiauti (-piauju, -pioviau, -piausiu), v. 

a. to cut off, (away). 
Atpiginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

cheapen; to make cheap; to lessen 

price. 
Atpigti (-pingu, -pigau, -pigsiu), v. n. 

to grow cheap; to fall in price. 
Atpilda, -os, sf. recompense; compen- 
sation; reward. 
Atpildyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

replenish; | to recompense; to re- 
pay. 
Atpinti (-pinu, -pyniau, -pinsiu), v. a. 

to untwine; to untwist; to unplat. 
Atpirkejas, -o, sm. redeemer; savior. 
Atpirkimas, -o, sm. redemption. 
Atpirkti (-perku, -pirkau, -pirksiu), v.a. 

to buy back; to buy off; | to redeem; 

to ransom. 
Atpirktojas, -o, sm. redeemer. = Atpir- 

k£jas. 
Atplaiia, -OS, sf. splinter; splint. 
Atplaukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

swim to; to sail to. 
Atpleiti (-siu, -Siau, -pleMu), v. a. to 

pull off; to tear off; to pluck off; to 

strip off. 
Atplieksti (-plieskiu, -plieskiau, -pliek- 

siu), v. n. to reflect. 
Atplyiti (-stu, -sau, -Mu), v. n. to splin- 
ter; to split off, (away). 
Atprasti (-prantu, -pratau, -prasiu), v. 

n. to disaccustom one's self; to leave 

off a custom; to break one's self of 

a habit. 
Atpratinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

wean from ; to disaccustom ; to break 
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Atpulti (-puolu, -puoliau, -pulsiu), v.n. 
to fall off; to fall away from. 

Atpuolimas, -o, sm. falling off; breaking 
away from. 

Atpuolis, -io, sm. falling off, (away 
from); [Hgaje] relapse. 

Atradimas, -o, sm. finding; discovery. 

AtraHfcioti (-Sioju, -siojau, -siosiiO.vJVo;., 
Atristi (-§u, -§au, -siu), v. a. to un- 
bind; to untie: to loose. 

Atraltas, -o, sm. facing; lapel. 

Atraityti (-tau, -ciau, -tysiu), v. a. to 
tuck up. 

Atraizgyti (-gau, -giau, -gysiu), v. a. to 
disentangle ; to extricate ; to unravel. 

Atraja, -os, */., Atrajas, -o, sm. cud. 

Atrajoti (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), Atrajuoti 
(-juoju, -javau, -juosiu), v. a. n. to 
ruminate; to masticate; to chew. 

Atrajuodius, -iaus,#?n. ruminant animal: 
pi. -iiai, -ty, ruminantia. 

Atrajus, -jaus, sm. cud. = Atrajas. 

Atrakas,/. -ka, adj. unlocked ; not lock- 
ed; open. 

Atrakinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to un- 
lock; to open. 

Atrama, -os, sf. support; prop; balus- 
trade; baluster. 

Atramentas, -o, sm. ink. = R as alas. 

Atramstyti (-stau, -sfciau, -stysiu), vfrq., 
Atremti (-remiu, -re"miau, -remsiu), v. 
a. to prop; to stay; to support; to 
lean against. 

Atrasti (-randu, -radau, -rasiu), v. a. to 
find; to find out. 

Atralas, -o, sm. an answer in writing. 

Atrasineti (-n6ju, -nejau, -nesiu), vfrq., 
Atrasyti (-sau, -siau, -Sysiu), v. a. 
to answer in writing; to write in 
return. 

Atraudoti (-du, -dojau, -dosiu), v. n. to 
come crying or lamenting. | v. a. to 
regain by shedding tears. 

Atremti, see Atramstyti. 

Atriekti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to cut 
off (bread). 

Atrlnkti (-renku, -rinkau, -rinksiu), v.a. 
to separate (by picking up); to pick 
up. 

Atristi (-ritu, -ritau, -risiu), v. a. to roll 
to; to roll away; to remove. 

AtriSti, see AtrajSioti. 

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Atrokuoti 36 

to show the way to: to point out; 
[atkalbinti] to dissuade. | v. n. to 
look like. 

Atrokuoti (-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu), v. 
a. to count aside; to deduct. 

Atsagioti(-gioju, -giojau, -giosiu), At- 
sagstyti (-stau, -s£iau, -stysiu), r. a. 
to unbutton; to unpin; to unclasp. 

Atsaika, -08, sf. com mensuration. 

Atsaikumas, -o, sm. commensurability; 
congruence. 

Atsaikus, /. -ki, adj. commensurate; 
congruent. | — kiai,arfp. commensur- 
ately; correspondent ly. 

Atsa|a, \o$,sf. the outer thill (of a cart). 

Atsakan&ai, adv. suitably; fitly; proper- 
ly; correspondently. 

Atsakantis, /. -ti y defin. -tysis,/. -6ioJI, 
prt. corresponding; suitable; agree- 
able; | responsible; answerable. 

Atsakas, -o, sm. answer; reply. 

AUakymas, -o, sm. answer; reply; | re- 
fusal. 

Atsakyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
answer; to reply; | to refuse. | v. n. 
to correspond with; | to be answer- 
able; to answer for. 

Atsakyto)as, /. -|a, *. answerer; | re- 
fuser. 

Atsakomas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -moji, 
adj. responsible; answerable; | cor- 
responding; suitable; proportionate; 
commensurate. | — mai, adv. suit- 
ably; commensurately. 

Atsakomybe, -es, sf. responsibility; an- 
swerableness. 

Atsarga, -os, sf. circumspection; wari- 
ness; caution; heed. AUargos ka- 
riauna, reserve. 

Atsargingas,/. -ga, adj. = Atsargus. 

Atsarginis, /. -ne, adj. reserved; {mil.) 
reserve. 

Atsargumas, -o, sm. wariness; circum- 
spection; carefulness; heedfulness. 

Atsargus, /. -gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gioji, 
adj. wary; cautious; circumspect; 
heedful; careful. | — giai, adv. care- 
fully; needfully; warily. 

Atsaulis, -io, sm. position against the 
sun. 

Atsegti (-gu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to un- 
button: to unclasp; to unpin. 

Atsemti (-semiu, -semiau, -semsiu), v. 



Atsigimti 

a. to draw off; to take from ; to make 
less full. 

Atsi-, a prefix to verbs and verbal novn* % 
consisting of prep, at-, and refl. part. 
-si-. See each separately, 

Atsibaladoti (-doju, -dojau, -dosiu), v. 
rfl. to come, to arrive noisily. 

Atsibastyti (-bastau, -sciau, -stysiu), v 
rfl. to come after rambling about. 

Atsi bull (-buva, -buvo, -bus), v. impers. 
to take place ; to happen ; to fall out. 

Atsidavimas, -o, sm. submission; yield 
ing; | addiction; devotion; zeal. 

Atsidekoti (-koju, -lcojau, -kosiu), t. 
rfl. to return thanks; to repay with 
gratitude; to acknowledge favors 
received. 

Atsidrgsinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. n. tv 
dare; to venture; to run a risk. 

Atsiduotf (-duodu, -daviau, -duosiu), v. 
rfl. to give one's self to; to devote 
one's self to; [pasiduott] to submit; 
to yield; [kvapq tureti] to smell; to 
have an odor. 

Atsidurti (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v. rfl. to re- 
coil; to rebound; | {colloq.) to come 
to; to arrive at; — kurpipirai auga, 
to find one's self a thousand miles 
off. 

Atsi duseji mas, Atsidusimas, -o, sm. sigh- 
ing; sigh. 

Atsiduseti (-siu, -sejau, -sesiu), Atsidusti 
(-stu, -sau, -siu), v. n. to sigh; to take 
a long breath. 

Atsidvesti (-dvesiu,- dvfisiau, -dvesiu), v. 
rfl. to respire; to draw (or fetch) 
breath. 

Atsiekti(-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu),c.a. to reach; 
to attain; to get; to acquire. 

Atsiganyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. rfl. 
to become fat. 

Atsigauti (-gaunu, -gavau, -gausiu), r. 
rfl. to grow better; to recover one's 
health; to recover one's senses; | — 
kam t to give like for like; to pay 
one in the same coin. 

Atsigaveti (-viu, -vejau, -vesiu), v. rfl. 
to begin to eat meat after fasting. 

Atsigerti (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v. rfl. to 
drink; to have drunk enough. 

Atsigimti (-gemu, -gimiau, -gimsiu), r. 
rfl. to be born anew; to be regener- 
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Atsigynimas 

Atsigynimas, -o,sm. defense; protection. 

Atsiginti (-ginu, -gy niau, -ginsiu), v. 
rfl. to defend one's self. 

Atsigirti (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v. rfl. to 
boast; to brag. 

Atsigrezti (-greziu, -greiiau, -grgSiu), 
t>. rfl. to turn a front. 

Atsigriebti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. rfl. to 
recover; to grow better; to get well 
again. 

Atsigulti (-lu, -liau, -lsiu), v. rfl. to lay 
down one's self; to go to bed. 

Atsiimti (-imu, -emiau, -imsiu), v. rfl. 
to take back: to retake. 

Atsija, -o$, sf. the outer thill {of a cart). 
= Atsaja. 

Atsijos, -i|, sf. pi sittings; bran. 

Atsikalbeti (-bu, -bejau, -besiu), v. rfl. 
to speak to the full; — nuo ko y to 
excuse one's self; to decline. 

Atsikclti (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v. rfl. to rise; 
to get up. 

Atsikersyti (-siju, -Sijau, -Sysiu), v. .rfl. 
to revenge. 

Atsikirsti (kertu, -kirtau, -kirsiu), r. 
rfl. to cut off a piece for one's self; 
fig. to defend one's self; to parry; to 
make a gallant stand against. 

Atsiklaupti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. rfl. to 
kneel down. 

Atsikranksti (-Sciu, -SSiau, -Siu), v. rfl. 
to belch; to expectorate; to hawk up. 

Atsikratyti (-tau, -Siau, -tysiu), v. rfl. to 
get rid of; to free one's self from. 

Atsikvepti(-kvepiu, -kvgpiau, -kvgpsiu), 
v. rfl. to breathe; to respire; to take 
breath a moment. 

Atsilankyii (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. rfl. 
to come and see; to visit. 

Atsilauzti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v. rfl. to 
break off a piece for one's self. 

Atsileisti (-leidziu, -leidau, -leisiu), r. 
rfl. to untie itself; to loosen; to be- 
come loose; | to relent; to soften: to 
become less rigid ; to soften in tem- 
per. 

Atsiliepimas, -0, sm. answer; [balso] re- 
sound; echo; | proclamation; ad- 
dress. 
Atsiliepti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. rfl. to 
answer to a call; to say; to answer; 
to express one's opinion; — j kq, to 
address one. Saukiau.betjisn^aisiUe- 



37 Atsiskyrimas 

pe, I called out to him, but he gave 

no answer; || to resound; to re-echo; 

to answer. 
Atsiryginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 

return an equivalent; to repay; to 

recompense. 
Atsilikti (-lieku, likau, -liksiu), v. rfl. 

to remain; to stay behind; [atsibuti] 

to take place; to happen. 
Atsilolti (-siu, -Siau, -Siu), v. rfl. to lean 

against; to recline one's self; to be 

folded back; [praloStq] to win back; 

to regain. 
Atsilseti (-ilsiu, -ilsejau, -ilsesiu), v. n. 

to rest; to repose. 
Atsilsis,-io,*m. rest; repose; relaxation. 

= Atilsis. 
Atsimesti (-metu, -mefciau, -mesiu';, v. 

rfl. to fall on* ; to separate one's self 

from; to forsake; — nuo tikejimo, to 

fall away from one's religion; to 

backslide; to dissent. 
Atsimetelis,/. -le,*. dissenter; dissident; 

renegate; apostate. 
Atsimetlmas, -o,sm. falling off; separa- 
tion; defect ion; [nuo bainyitios] apos- 

tacy; dissent; dissidence. 
Atsiminti (-menu, -miniau, -minsiu), v. 

rfl. to remember; to recollect. 
Atsiniekintf (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 

give up; to renounce. 
Atsimusli (-su, -siau, -Siu), v. rfl. to 

strike against. 
Atsipratymas, -o, sm. excuse. 
Atsipralyti (-sau, -siau, -Sysiu), v. rfl. to 

make excuses; to beg pardon. 
Atsipusti (-puciu, -pficiau, -pflsiu), r. 

rfl. to take breath ; to rest; to repose. 
Atsiraityti (-tau, -6iau, -tysiu), v. rfl. to 

tuck up. 
Atsirasti (-randu, -radau, -rasiu), v. rfl. 

to be found again; to find itself; to 

find one's self. 
Atsiremti (-miu, -remiau, -remsiu), r. 

rfl. to lean upon; — kam, to resist; 

to stand against; to oppose. 
Atsirugti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. rfl. to 

belch; to eruct; to eructate. 
Atsisesti (-sSdu, -sedau, -sSsiu), v. rfl. 

to sit down; to seat one's self: to lo- 
cate one's self. 
Atsiskyrimas, -o, sm. separation; dis- 
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Atsiskirti (-kiriu, -kyriau, -kirsiu), v. 
rfl. to part ; to separate ; to depart 
from; — su vino sriettt, to depart; to 
leave this world; to die. 

Atsispindeti (dziu, -dejau, -desiu), r. 
rfl. to reflect. 

Atsistoti (-stoju, -stojau, -stosiu), v. rfl. 
to rise; to get up; to stand up. 

Atsisveikinimas, -o,*w. departure; leave; 
bidding farewell, adieu. 

Atsisveikinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl to 
bid farewell; to take leave; — su 
Huo stietu, to depart this life; to 
decease. 

Atsisaukimas, -o, sm. appeal; call upon; 
proclamation; address. 

Ats&aukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. rfl. to 
appeal; to call upon; to proclaim; to 
claim for. 

Atsiteisti (sin, -siau, -siu), v. rfl. to re- 
pay; to repay a debt. 

Atsitcketi (-ku. -kejau, -kesiu), v. rfl. 
. to compose one's self. 

AtsitiestI (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. rfl. to 
fctraighten one's self; to grow 
straight; t > draw one's self up. 

Atsitikimas, -o, sm event; occurrence; 
incident; case. 

Atsitikti (-tinka, -tiko, -tiks), v. impers. 
to happen; to occur; to take place; 
to befall; to betide; to come to pass. 

Atsitolinimas, -o, sm. removal; depar- 
ture. 

Atsitolinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to go 
away; to get away; to withdraw; to 
retire; to depart. 

Atsitraukimas, -o, sm. departure; with- 
drawal. 

Atsitraukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. rfl. to 
draw back; to retreat; to withdraw; 
to retire. 

Atsiuleti (-I5ju, -lejau, -lesiu), v. a. to 
hem. 

Atsiuntimas, -o, sm. (the act of) sending 
down, (to). 

Atsiuntineti (-neju, -n£jau, % -nesiu), v. 
frq. Atsiijsti (-siunciu, -siunciau, 
siijsiu), v. a. to send to; to send down. 

Atsiuvas, -o, sm. hem. 

Atsiveizdeti, = AtsiziurEti. 

Atsiversti (-£iu, -Ciau, -siu), u. rfl. to 
convert one's self to become con- 
verted; to turn. 



Atskelti 



Atslverti (-veriu, -veYiau, -versiu), v.rfl. 
to open; to disclose one's self; to fly 
open. Durys — re, the door flew 
open. Jotaizdavel — re> his wound 
opened again. 

Atsivertimas, -o, sm. conversion. 

Atsivesti (-vedu, -vedziau, -vesiu), v. 
rfl. to bring up; to bring along with ; 
| [paveisti] to bring forth young; to 
whelp; to f.trrow; to calve, etc. 

Atsivietryti (-rija, -rijo, -rys), v. impers. 
to catch the infection; to open again 
(said of wounds). 

Atsivilkti (-velku, -vilkau, -vilksiu), v. 
rfl. to drag along with ; (vulg. ) to 
come. 

Atsizadejimas, -o f sm. resignation; renun- 
ciation; renouncing; giving up. 

Atsizadetl (du, -dejau, -desiu), v.rfl. 
to give up; to resign; to renounce; 
to deny; to disown; to disclaim. 

Atsizinoti (-nau, -nojau, -nosiu), v. rfl. 
to learn; to get information. 

Atsiziurejimas, -o, sm. looking back- 
ward. 

Atsiziureti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. rfl. to 
admire sufficiently; [citgat] to look 
backward; to look back. 

Atsizvelgimas, -o, sm. looking backward: 
retrospection. 

Atsizvelgti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. rfl. to 
look backward; retrospect. 

Atskaidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v . a. to 
set apart; to separate; to divide; to 
part. 

Atskaityti (-tau, -ciau, -tysiu), v. a. to 
read to; to read the whole; to finish , 
reading; [atrokuoti] to count aside; 
to deduct. 

Atskala, -os, sf. fragment ; splinter ; (ecct). 
heresy; schism. 

Atskaidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.frq., 
Atskelti (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v. a. to 
split off; to rend on*. Atskaidyti ham 
antausius, to box one's ears. 

Atskalunas,/. -ne,*. schismatic; heretic, 
apostate: renegade. 

Atskalunybe, -es, */. schism; apostasy; 
heresy. 

Atskardis, -dzio, sm. resounding; re-echo- 
ing; loud echo; [kalno] declivity; 
slope (of a mountain). 

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Atskiesti 



Atskiesti (-skiedziu, -skiedziau, -skie- 
siu), v. a. to dilute. 

Atskilti (-k[lu, -kilau, -kilsiu), v. n. to 
splinter; to be split off; | to fall off, 
(away); to detach. 

Atskiras,/ -ra, defin. -rasis,/. -roji, adj. 
separate. | — rai, adv. separately; 
apart. 

Atsklrti (-kiriu, -kyriau, -kirsiu), r. a. 
to separate; to set apart; to part; to 
isolate; [nkirtumq rasti] to distin- 
guish; to discern. 

Atskirumas, -o, sm. separateness; iso- 
lation. 

Atskleisti (kleidziu, -kleidziau. -klei- 
siu), p. a. to part (the leaves of a 
plant, of a book) to open {the book). 

Atslugti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to de- 
crease; to lower; to become less. 

Atspara, -os, #/. stay: prop; support; I 
buffer; | parapet. 

Atspauda, -08, sf print; stamp. 

Atspaudimas, -o,*ro. pressing; printing; 
stamping; | impression; mark. 

Atspaudinti,Atspauzdinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), 
Atspausti (-spaudziu, -spaud/.iau, 
-spausiu), v. a. to print; to publish. 

Atspejimas, -0, sm. guessing; guess; div- 
ination. 

Atspeti (-spgju, -spejau, -spesiu), v. a. 
to guess; to divine; to solve (o rid- 
dle). 

Atspindeti (-dziu, -d«\jau, -desiu), v. n. 
to reflect: to throw back light. 

Atspindis, -dzio, Atspindulis, -io, sm. re- 
flection. 

Atspyrys, -io, sm. buttress; stay; prop; 
support. 

Atspirti ( spiriu, -spyriau, -spirsiu), v. 
a. to kick back; to frisk back; | [pa- 
remti] to prop; to support; to but- 
tress. 

Atspirtis, -ies, sf prop ; su pport ; fig ai d ; 
support. 

Atsprudinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.n. (vulg. ) 
to come. 

Atsprusti (-njstu, -rudau, -njsiu), v. n. 

to come hastily; to come running. 

Atspurinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), r. a. to 

ravel; to unravel. 
Atspurti (-spijru, -spurau, -spursiu),^. 
n. to unravel itself; to be disentan- 
gled: to be untwisted. 



30 AtSalimas 

Atstanga, -os, sf. resistance. 

Atstangumas, -o, sm. resistibility; re- 
fractoriness. 

Atstangus, /. -gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gio|i, 
adj. resistible; refractory; stubborn. 
| —giai,<i<fc. refractorily; stubbornly. 

Atstas, -o, sm. distance; remoteness. 

Atstatas, -o, sm. rebuilding; | discharge; 
dismissal. 

Atstatyti (-tau, -£iau, -tysiu), v. a. to re- 
build; to build anew; to renew a 
structure; [pranalinti] to discharge; 
to dismiss; to discard; — kqnuoure- 
do % to dismiss from the office; | to 
present in opposition. 

Atstokas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 
far; somewhat remote. | — kai, adv. 
remotely. 

Atstoti(-stoju, -stojau, -stosiu), v.n. to 
step back; to draw back; to leave; 
to forsake; to fall off; | to resign; — 
nuo tikejimo, to fall off from one's 
religion; to backslide. 

Atstovas, -o, sm. proxy ; representative; 
doputy; agent. 

Atstovauti (vauju, -vavau, -vausiu), r. 
a. to represent; to act in behalf of. 

Atstovybe, -e$,sf. proxy; representation. 

Atstumas, -0, sm. remoteness; distance. 

Atstumti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 
push to; to push back; to spurn; to 
reject. 

Atstus,/. -ti, ntr. -tu, adj. far; distant; 
remote; aloof. 

Atsukineti (-n6ju, -nejau, -nesiu), vjrq., 
Atsukti (-ku, -kau, -ksiu), v. a. to un- 
wring; to unwind; to wind off; to 
wind back; to turn off. 

Atsvarstyti(-stau, -sciau, -sty siu), v.frq., 
Atsverti (-sveriu, -sveriau, -sversiu), 
v. a. to weigh up; to weigh. 

Atsveikinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
return a salute. 

Atsaldymas, -o, sin, freezing; refrigera- 
tion. 

Atsaldyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
cool; to make cold; to freeze; to 
refrigerate. 

Atsalelis,/. -le, s. cool; indifferent, un- 
concerned person. 

AtSalimas, -o, sm. coolness; coldness; 
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Attalti 

Atsalti (-Salu, -salau, -salsiu), v. a. to 

freeze. | v. n. to grow cold; to freeze; 

fig. to grow indifferent; to become 

cold; to lose one's passion. 

Atsaukimas, -o, sm. recall; revocation; 

repeal. 
Atsaukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to re- 
call; to revoke; to call back. 
Atsauti (-sauju, -soviau, -sausiu), r. a. 
to return a shot; fig. to reply sharp- 
ly. I v. n. (colloq.) to come rapidly. 
Atserpetuoti (-tuoju, -tavau.-tuosiu), v. 
a. to roughen; to scratch ;—pirstus, 
to roughen one's fingers.' 
Atserti (-seriu, -seriau, -sersiu), v. a. to 

make fat by feeding. 
Atsiaurumas, -o,*w. harshness; severity; 

sharpness. 
Atsiaurus,/. -r\,defin. -rusis,/. -r\o\\, adj. 
harsh; rough: severe; sharp; violent. 
| —rial, adv. harshly; severely. 
Atsildyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

warm again: to make warm again. 
Atsilti (-§jlu, -Silau, -silsiu), v.n. to be- 
come warm again. 
Atsipinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
blunt; to make blunt; — dantis, to 
set the teeth on edge. 
Atsipti (-simpu, -sipau, -sipsiu), v. a. n. 

to blunt; to grow blunt. 
Atslaimas,-o, sm. fore-court ; front yard. 
Atsluoti (-sluoju, -Nlaviau, -sluosiu), v. 

a. to sweep to; to sweep away. 
Atsokti (-ku, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to jump 
(or spring) back; to recoil; to fall 
back. 
Atsriubuoti (-buoju, -bavau, -buosiu), 

v. a. to unscrew. 
Atsusti (-suntu, -sutau, -Susiu), v. n. to 

stew up; to be seethed. 
Atsutinti (nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to stew 

up; to seethe. 
Atsvitulis, -io, *w. reflection of light. 
Atuodaigiai, Atuodugiai, -y, sm.pl. spring 

rye. 
AtvadinH (-nu, -nau, nsiu), t. a. to 

call; to bid to come; to invite. 
Atvaduoti (-duoju, -davau, -duosiu), r. 
a. to ransom ; to redeem; — tttetatq, 
to fetch out a pawn. 
Atvaidinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
perform ; to play. 



40 Atvykti 

Atvaizdinti t-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
mirror; to reflect; to portray. 

Atvalnijimas, -o, sm. freeing; releasing. 

Atvalnyti (-niju, -nijau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
release; to free; to set at liberty. 

Atvanga, -os,*f. courage; daring spirit. 

Atvangumas, -o, sm. courayeousness; 
boldness; bravery; intrepidity. 

Atvangus, /. -gi, defin. -gusis, /. .gio|i, 
adj. courageous; brave; gallant: res- 
olute. | — giai adv. courageously; 
bravely. 

Atvara, -os, *f. opening; aperture. 

Atvaryti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v a. to 
drive to. 

Atvartyti (-rtau, -rciau, -tysiu), v. frq., 
Atversti (-rfciu, -rfciau, -rsiu), v. a to 
turn up, (over). Atversti knygq, to 
open a book; (f* tikejimq) to convert; 
to reclaim. 

Atvaziuoti (-ziuoju, -ziavau, -ziuosiu), v. 
n. to arrive at; to come to (in a car- 
riage. 

Atvedinti( nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to cool; 
to allay the heat; to refresh. 

Atveikimas, -o, sm. reaction. 

AtveikH (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. n. to re* 
act; to act upon. 

Atvejas, -o, sm. time: bout; turn. Atvg% 
-atvejais* time after time; repeated- 
ly. 

Atvelykis, -io, sm. Low Sunday. 

Atverkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
gain back by shedding tears. | v. n. 
to come shedding tears. 

Atversti, see Atvaktyti. 

Atvertf (-veriu, -veriau, -versiu), v.a. to 
open: to disclose; to set open; — aifci*, 
to open the eyes. 

Atvesimas, -o, sm. coolness. 

Atvesis, -io, sm. cool place; shady place; 
[oro] coolness. 

Atvesti (-stu, -sau, -siu), v. n. to grow 
cool; to compose one's self. 

Atvesti (-vedu, -vedziau, -vesiu), v.a. to 
brmg: to bring up; to bring with; 
to lead to. 

Atvezti (-vezu, -veiiau, -veSiu), v. a. to 
convey to; to carry to; to bring (in 
a carriage). 

Atvykti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 
come; to arrive. 



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Atvilttl 



41 



Atvilkti (-velku, -vilkau, -vilksiu), v. a. 

to dr.g. 
Atvynioti (-nioju, -niojau, -niosiu), v.a. 

to unwind; to untwine; to unroll. 
Atviras,/. -ra, defin. -rasis,/. -ro|i, adj. 
open; plain; fig. openhearted ; can- 
did. | -rai, adv. openly; plainly; 
freely. 
Atvirinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), -v. a. to boil. 

to decoct. 
Atvirstf (-rstu, -rtau, -rsiu), v. n. to fall 
ofT; to fall away; {wig.) to lay down 
one's self; | to convert. 
Atvirttias,/. -Sia, defin. -Siasis,/. -Sio|J, 

adj. upside down. 
Atvirti (-verdu, -viriau, -virsiu), v. n. 

to be boiled; to boil enough. 
Atvirumas, -o, sm. openness; fig. open- 

heartedness. 
Atvozti (-voziu, -voziau, -vosiu), v. a to 

uncover; to open; to lift the cover. 
Afcagaras,/. -ra, defin. -rasis,/. -ro\\, ddj. 
retrograde; retrogressive; backward; 
unwilling. | -rai, adv. backward; 
back; retrogressively. 
Atiagareivis,/. -ve,'«. a retrograde; retro- 
gressive person. 
Atiagareivybe, -os, sf. retrogradation; 

retrogression. 

AtiagareiviJkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. 

-koji, adj. retrogressive. I — kai, adv. 

retrogressively. 

Atzajarys,/. -re, *. retrogressive person. 

Atiagas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 

rough; rude; unpolished; rustic. 
Atzagumas, -o, sm. roughness: rudeness. 
Atzala, -OS, *f. shoot; sprout; sprig; | 

offspring. 
Atiaiynas, Atzeiynas, -o, sm. young wood; 

bushes; underwood; boscage. 
Atzaras,/. -ra, defin. -rasis,/. -roji, adj. 
rough; rude; rugged; crabbed; ill- 
natured. = Atzagas. 
AtzelU (-liu. -liau, -lsiu), v. n. to grow 

again; to shoot (or sprout) again. 
Atterti (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v.a. to shove 
aside; to shove off; fig. to answer 
sharply; to give a sharp answer; to 
retort. 
Atzymeti (-miu, -mejau, -mesiu;, v.a. to 

mark out; to annotate. 
Attingsniuoti (-niuoju, -niavau, -niuo- 
8i u), v, n. to come; to arrive step by 
step. 



Augmuo 

Atzirglioti (-lioju, -liojau, -liosiu), v. 
n. (vulg ) to come awkwardly; to 
come step by step. 
Atzvalga, -os, */. = Atzvtlgis. 
Atzvalgus, /. -gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gio|f, 

adj. retrospective. 
Atzvilgis, -io, em. looking back; retro- 
spect; respect; consideration; re- 
gard. Ifatzcilgio, from the point of 
view; in respect to. 
Audai, -4, sm. pL warp, 
Audeias,/. -|a, *. weaver. 
Audeklas, -o,sm. texture; web; woven 

stuff; linen; linen cloth. 
Audiencija, -os, */. audience. 
Audykla, -os, sf. weaving-room ; weav- 
ing manufactory. 
Audimas, -o, sm. weaving; | texture; 

web. 
Audinys, -io, sm. texture; web. 
Audra, -OS, sf. storm ; tempest \fig. storm ; 

fury. 
Audringtimas,Audrotumas,-o,wi. stormi- 

ness; tempestuousness. 
Audringas,/. -ga; Audrolas,/. -la, defin. 
-tasis, /. -to|i, adj. stormy; tempest- 
uous. 
Audroti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v. n. to 
storm; to blow with violence; fig. 
to rise a tempest; to rage. 
Audrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rio|i, adj. 

stormy; tempestuous; boisterous. 
Augalas, -o, sm. plant; vegetable. 
Augaiotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i,a#. 

of high growth; tall; high. 
Augimas, -o, sm. growth. 
Auginimas, -0, sm. breeding; rearing; 

[auklejimae] education. 
Auginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to grow; 
to propagate; to raise; to breed; to 
bring up; to rear; to educate. 
Augintine,-es,4f. foster-daughter. 
Augintinis, -io, sm. nursling; foster-son. 
Augintojas,/. -Ia,«. breeder. 
Augyve, -es,^. nurse; governess. 
Auglingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. having the qualities to grow 
up; I fruitful; fertile. 
Auglingumas, -o, sm. quality to grow 

up; fruitfulnes*; fertility. 
Augmuo, -mens,^. -mens (and -menys), 
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AugStas, -0, sm. upper floor; floor; store; 
loft. Namai trijy augity, a building 
three stories high. 

Augstas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toil, adj. 
high; tall; lofty; — tmogus, medis, a 
tall man, tree; — kalnas, bokstas, a 
lofty mountain, tower. 

AugStelesnis, Augstenybe, = Augstesnis, 
AugstybE. 

Augstesnis,/. -ne, defin. -nysis,/. -nioji, 
adj. compar. higher; superior. Aug- 
&e*nu laipsnis, {gram.) comparative 
grade. 

Augstybe, -is, sf highness; height; loft- 
iness; altitude. J%s% — , Your High- 
ness. 

Augstienikas, /. -ka, adj. upon one's 
back; lying on his (/.her) back. 

Augstyn, adv. up; upwards. 

Augstinis, -io, sm. scuttle; chimney. 

Augstinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to raise; 
to elevate; to exalt; | to extol; to 
praise; to magnify. | — s, v. rfl. to 
exalt one's self; to set one's self a- 
bove the level of others. 

Augstis, -Sclo, sm. hight; height; alti- 
tude. 

Augstokas,/. -ka, adj. quite high. 

Augstukas, -o, sm. queen (at cards). 

Augstuma, -os, sf. heigth; altitude. 

Augstumas, -o, sm. highness; height. 

AugStutinis,/. -ne, defin. -nysis,/. -nlo|i, 
adj. upper; superior. 

Augti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to grow; 
[davgihtis] to grow; to increase. 

Augumas, -o, sm. growth. 

Augustas, -o, sm. Augustus. Augustiene, 
-es,*f. wife of Augustus. 

Auka, -OS, sf. offering; sacrifice; | vic- 
tim: | [dovana] voluntary contribu- 
tion. 

Aukauti, Aukavimas, see Aukoti, etc. 

Aukle, -es, sf. nurse; children's nurse; 
nursery-maid. 

Auklejimas, -o, sm. (the act of) nursing; 
education. 

Aukleti (-leju, -lSjau, -lesiu), v. a. to 
tend (a child); to nurse; to breed; to 
bring up; to educate; — viltf, to 
entertain a hope. 

Aukliauti (-Jiauju, -liavau, -liausiu), v. 
n. to be nurse. 

Aukojimas, -o, sm. ottering; sacrificing; 
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Aukoti (-koju, -kojau, -kosiu), v. a. to 
offer; to sacrifice; to immolate; [pa- 
icesll] to devote; [veikalq] to dedi- 
cate; [pinigy, etc.] to contribute. 

Auksakalys, -io, sm. goldsmith. 

Auksakasykla, -os,*/*. gold mines. 

Auksas, -o, sm. gold. Priiadctikam auk- 
80 kalnvs, to promise one whole 
mountains of gold. 

Auksaziede, -as, sf. bot. boodle; chrysan- 
themum; marigold. 

Auksinas, -o, sm. a Russian silver coin 
of 15 kopecks. 

Auksinls,/. -ne, adj. gold: golden; made 
of gold. Auksinius laikus tureti, to 
have happy times. 

Auksinti, = Auksuoti. 

Auksorius, -iaus, sm. goldsmith; worker 
in gold; jeweler. 

Auksuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), v. a. 
to gild. Ir ryty jau n'auksuos utte- 
kanti saulute, No more the rising 
sun shall gild the morn. 

AukSiys, -io, sm. a vessel made of birch 
bark. 

Aukuras, -o, sm. altar. 

Aulas, -o, sm. leg {of a boot). 

Auluotas,/. -ta, adj. having boot legs. 

Aure, interj. look I there 1 Aure kurjis 
nuejOy look at where he went to. 

Auriai, Auriais, adv. the other day; a 
few days ago. 

Ausylas,/. -la, adj. quick-hearing. 

Ausine, -es, sf. [kepure] a kind of cap 
worn in winter time; [ispatintis] 
confession. 

Ausinis,/. -ne, adj. of an ear; auricular. 

Ausis, -ies, dim. -sele, -siuke, sf. ear. A- 
datos — , eye of a needle. 

Auskara, -os, sf; Auskaris, -io, sm. ear- 
ring. 

Austeris, -ies, sf. oyster. 

Austi (audziu, audziau, ausiu), t\ a. 
to weave. 

Austin is, /. -ne, adj. woven; made by 
weaving. 

Australia, -os, sf Australia; Australian 
continent. Australietis,/. -te, *. Aus- 
tralian; native of Australia. Austra- 
liskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko\\,adj. 
Australian. 

Austrija, -os,*/". Austria. 

Austuve, -es, sm. weaver's shop; weav- 
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Ausuctas 

Ausuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
having ears; long-eared. 

Au&lmas (ausi'mas), -o, sm. growing 
cool .cooling; | dawning. 2. — (a'uSi- 
m as), (vulg.) blockhead; dolt; silly 
fellow. 

AuSinimas, -o, sm. cooling; ventilating; 
ventilation. 

Aulinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to cool; 
to ventilate. 

Ausra, -os, dim. -rele, sf. dawn; day- 
break; aurora. Aairos zvaigide, 
morning star, ^taurine auSra, aurora 
borealis, northern lights. 

Ausrinis,/. -ne, adj. of morning dawn; 
| eastern; oriental. Ausrinis salys, 
eastern countries. AuSrine tvaigtde, 
morning star; evening star. 

Ausroti (-roja, -rojo, -ros), v. impers. to 
dawn. AusreUi ausrqjant, at the 
break of day. 

Austi [au'sti] (-sta, -§o, -§), v. impers. 
to dawn; to break. 2. — [a'usti] 
(-stu, -sau, -siu), v. n. to grow cool; 
to cool. 

Autas, -0, sm. foot-clout; legging; foot- 
wrapper. 

Autentiikas,/. -ka, adj. authentic, au- 
thentical. | — kai, adv. authentical- 
ly. | — kumas, -o, sm. authenticity. 

Auti (aunu, aviau, ausiu), v. a.; — s, v. 
rfi. to put on shoes. 

Autografas, -o, sm. Autografija, -os, sf. 
autograph ; autography. 

Autografiskas, /. -ka, adj. autographic, 
autograph ical. 

Autokratas, -o, sm. autocrat; absolute 
sovereign. 

Autokratija, -os, sf. autocracy; absolute 
power. 

Autokratilkas,/. '\ol, defin. .kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. autocratic, autocratical. | —kai, 
adv. autocratically. 

Automatas, -o, sm. automaton. 

Automatiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. automatic, automatical. | —kai, 
adv. automatically. 

Autonomija, -os, sf. autonomy. 

Autonomitkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
ji adj. autonomian; autonomous. 

Autoritotas, -o, sm. authority. 

AutorhiSv -tans, sm. author. 

Alitor*, -as, */. authoress. 



43 Aierynas 

Autorizuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i» 

prt. authorized. 
Autorizuoti (-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu), r. 

a. to authorize; to give authority; 

to empower; to make legal. 
Autuvas, Avalas, sm. boots, shoes, and 

stockings [general term for feet-gar- 
ments] . 
Avele, -as, sf. sheep. 
Aveti (-viu, -vejau, -vesiu), v. a. to wear 

(boots, shoes, stockings, etc). 
Avide, -es, sf. sheepfold. 
Aviena, -os, sf. mutton. 
Aviete, -es, sf. raspberry. AtieSty kru- 

mas, raspberry bush. 
Avietynas, -o, sm. raspberry bushes. 
Avigalvis, Avingalvis, /. -ve, *. sheep's 

head; dolt; blockhead. 
Aviganis,/. -ne,«. shepherd. 
Avikailis, -Jo, sm. sheepskin. 
Avikine, -es, sf. sheepfold. 
Avlkirpis,/. -pe, *. sheep-shearer. Avi- 

kirpes iirkles, shears; sheep-shearer's 

shears. 
Avilys, -io, am. hive; bee-hive. 
Avinas, -0, sm. ram ; [romytas] wether. 
Aviniiena, -os, sf mutton. = Aviena. 
Avinelis, -io, sm. lamb; — Dievo, (in 

Script.) Lamb of God; Velykn — , 

Pascal Lamb. * 

Avinyiia, -ios, sf. fold; sheep-fold. Bus 

viena avinyHa ir vienas piemuo, there 

shall be one fold and one shepherd. 
Avininkas,/. -ke,/. sheep-master; sheep- 
feeder; sheep-breeder; [piemvo] 

shepherd. 
Avininkyste, -es, sf sheep-breeding. 
Avis, -ies, */. shpep. Dim. Avaite, avyte, 

aviuke, avute, little sheep, lamb 

(terms of endearment). 
Aviza, -os, dim. -zele, sf. oat. 
Avize, -es, sf. ent. dragon-fly. 
Avizele, -es, sf bot. pink. Dianthus ear- 

thusianorum. 
Aviziena, -os, sf. oat field. 
Avizinis,/. -ne,adj. of oats; oaten; oat... 
Azartas, -o, sm. hazard. 
Azartinls, /. -ne; Azartiskas,/. -ka, adj. 

hazardous; venturous. | —kai, adv. 

hazardously. 
Aieras, -o, sm. lake. Dim. -re I is, -riukas, 

sm. little lake. = Ezeras. 
Aierynas, -o, sm. country abounding 

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Aierinis 

Aierinis,/. -ne, adj. lacustral. 

Azija, -os, sf. Asia. Azijatas,/. -te, s. an 
inhabitant of Asia; Asiatic. 

Quotas, -\o,dim. -lelis, sm. bot. oak; oak- 
tree. Quercus. 

JJiuolynas, -o, sm. oak forest. 

fzuolinis,/. -ne, adj. oak; oaken. 

Aiuot, conj. instead of. Aiuot paliuosuo- 
ti t nvsprendeji kalejiman, instead of 
restoring him to liberty, he was sen- 
tenced to imprisonment. 2. prep, 
with gen. Aiuot duonos date man ah- 
menf, instead of bread they gave 
me a stone. 



B 



Baba, -os, dim. -bute, sf. grandmother. 
Bafcka, -os, dim. -kele, -kute, sf. barrel; 

tun; cask; hogshead ; keg. 
Badas, -o, sm. famine; hunger. Badu 

mirti, to die with hunger. 
Badauti (-dauju, -davau, -dausiu), v.n. 

suffer famine; to hunger: to starve; 

to famish. 
Badavimas, -o, sm. hungering; starva- 
tion. 
Badeti, = Baduoti. 
Badyklis, -\o t sm. goad; pricker; prickle; 

dibble. 
Badymas, -0,sm. (the act of) pricking; 

goading; [ragais] butting. 
Badyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

prick; to goad; [ragais] to butt; to 

push (with horns); to bunt. 
Badytojas, /. -ja, s. one that goads or 

pricks. 
Badroaras, -o, sm. death by famine; 

starvation. 
Badmarauti (-rauju, -ravau, -rausiu), v. 

n. to die with hunger; to starve. 
Badmetis, -dio,*m. year of famine; time 

of hunger. 
Badmirys,/. -re,*, person dead of fam- 
ine. 
Badrama, -os, sf. bot. artichoke. Oynara 

scolymus. 
Baduoti (-duoju, -davau, -duosiu), v.n. 

to hunger; to starve; to famish. 
Badus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzioji, adj. 

prickly; disposed to butt; butting. 



44 Baimingas 

Bagas, -o, sm. (Obsol.) bread; white 
bread. 

Bagaias, -o, sm. baggage. 

Bagocius, -iaus, sm. rich or wealthy 
man; capitalist. 

Bagotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
rich ; wealthy. 

Bagoteti(-t£ju, -tejau, -te*siu), v. n. to 
grow rich. 

Bagotyste, -es, */., Bagotumas, -o, sm. 
richness; wealth: opulence. 

Baidas, -o, sm. scarecrow; spectre. 

Baidykle, -es, sf. scarecrow; bugbear; | 
ghost; spectre. 

Baidymas, -o, sm. (the act of) frighten- 
ing; terrifying. 

Baidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
scare; to frighten; to terrify; to 
attempt to drive away. 

Baidytojas, /. -ja, s. one that scares, 
frightens or terrifies. 

Baigas, -o, sm. the end. 

Baigti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to end; 
to finish; to terminate. | — s, v. rfl. 
to end; to draw near the end; to 
terminate. 

Baigtuves, -ty, sf. pi banquet after a 
kind of hard work has been per- 
formed. 

Baikitumas, -o, sm. timidness; timidity; 
shvness. 

Baikstus, /. -ti, defin. -Stasis,/. -Jc1o|i, 
adj. timid; timorous: shy. 

Baile, -es, sf. fright; dread; terror; 
fear. 

Bailiai, adv. timidly; shyly. 

Bailingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. fearful; timid; timorous; cow- 
ardly. | — gai,<t<ta. fearfully; timidly; 
cowardly; basely. 

Bailingumas, -o, #m. timidity; shyness; 
fearfulness. 

Ballinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to fright- 
en; to terrify. 

Bailys,/. -le, s. poltroon; coward; das- 
tard. 

Bailumas, -o,«m. cowardliness; timidity. 

Bailus, /. -II, defin. -lusis, /. -Ho|i, adj. 
cowardly; dastardly; timid; fearful. 

Baime, -es, sf. fear ; fright ; dread ; terror. 

Baimingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. timid; fearful. | — gai, adv. tim- 
idly; fearfully. 



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Baimingumas 

Baimingumas, -o, sm. timidity; fearful- 
ness. 

Baisiai, adv. dreadfully; awfully; 
frightfully ; terribly. 

Baisenybe, -as, sf. = BaisybC 

Baisybe, -OS, */". terribleness lawfulness; 
dread fulness; | [baisunas] monster; 
prodigy. 

Baisingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. monstrous; prodigious; portent- 
ous. 

Baisingumas, -o, sm. monstrosity; ter- 
rible ness; awful ness; monstrousness. 

Baisumas, -o, sm. = Baisingumas. 

Baisunas, -o,«n. monster; prodigy ;Jfy. 
a terrible man. 

Baisus, /. -%i,ntr. -$u, defin. -susis, /. 
•sioji, adj. monstrous; prodigious; 
terrible; awful; dreadful. 

Bajoras, -o, sm. nobleman. Bajore, -es, 
sf. noblewoman; lady. Dim. -relis, 
•riukas, sm., -raite, -rele, */. term* of- 
tentimes used in contempt, or they de- 
note the children of a nobleman. 

Bajore, -es, sf. see Bajoras. | hot. pin- 
cushion flower; scabious. Scabiosa. 

Ba}orija, -o$, sf nobility; aristocracy. 

Bakai, -if, sm. pi. whiskers. = Pavabi- 
tai. 

Bakanas, -o, sm. loaf (of bread). Dim. 
-neiis, -niukas, sm. a small loaf of 
bread. 

Bakstelejimas, -o, sm. cuff; thrusting; 
jostling. 

Baksteleti (-liu, -l6jau, -lesiu), v. a. inst. 
to cuff; to thrust; to jostle; to push. 

Bakstereti, = BakstelEti. 

Bakterija, -os, sf. bacteria; bacillus. 

Bakteriologija, -os, sf bacteriology. 

BakteriologiSkas, /. -ka, adj. bacterio- 
logical. 

Bakunas, -o, sm. the name of a smoking 
tobacco (not of the best kind). 

Bukuras, -o, sm. (vulg.) Jew's child. 

Bala, -OS, sf. marsh; swamp; slough; 
mire; puddle. 

Balabaika, -os, sf. tale; story; nonsense: 
trifle; babble. Balalaikas kresti, to 
talk but nonsense; to make jokes. 

Balado)imas, -o, sm. knocking; rapping; 
rap; noise. 

Baladone, -es, sf. knocking; noise: bust- 
ling; Jfy. rambling about. 



45 Baints 

Baladoiius, -laus, sm. a noisy fellow; | 
rambler; rover. 

Baladoti (-doju, -dojau, -dosiu), v a. 
to rap; to knock. | — s,c. rfl. to make 
noise; to bustle; fig. to ramble; to 
rove; to wander about. 

Balai, -i|,*w. pi. bot. windflower; Anem- 
one. — baltiejie, grove-wind-flower. 
A. nemorosa. — gelioniejie, ranun- 
culus wind-flower. A. ranunculoi- 
des. 

Balana, -os, dim. -nele, */. chip; split; 
splinter; cleft; batten. 

Balanda, -os, sf. bot. orach; notch- weed. 
Atriplex hortense. 

Balandgele, -es,{/*. bot. vervain; verbena. 

Balandis, -dzio, dim. -delis, sm. dove; 
pigeon. | April. 

Balas, see Balai. 

Balbasyti (-siju, -sijau, -sysiu), v. a. n. 
(rulg.) to babble; to talk idly. 

Baliius, -£iaus, sm. white haired or 
white bristled animal. 

Baldai, -4, sm. pi. household furniture. 

Baldakimas, -0, sm. canopy; baldachin. 

Baldyti (dan, -dziau, -dysiu), v. n. to 
ranke noise. | [baltinti] v. a. to white- 
wash; to whiten. 

Baldus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -diio|i,a#. 
jolting; rough; rugged. 

Balesas, -0, sm. zool. hamster. German 
marmot. 

Baletas, -0, sm. ballet. 

Baliada, -os, sf ballad. 

Baliastas, -0, sm. ballast. 

Baliastuoti '-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. 
a. to ballast. 

Balinis,/. -ne, adj. of marsh; of swamp; 
I of a ball; pertaining to a ball or 
entertainment. 

Balionas, -0, sm. baloon. 

Balius, -iaus, sm. ball; dancing enter- 
tainment. 

Balkis, -io, sm. rafter; beam; timber. 

Balkonas, -0, sm. balcony. 

Balnas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, adj. 
white; white haired [said of cattle 
only] . 

Balnas, -0, sm. saddle. 

Balne, -es, sf white haired cow. 

Balnininkas,/. -ke, s. saddle maker; sad- 
dler. 

Balnis, -io,*m. white-haired bull or ox. 



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Balnius 46 

Btlnius, -laus, sm. saddler; saddle mak- 
er; harness maker. 

Balnojimas, -o,sm. (the act of) saddling. 

Balnoriauti (-riauju, -riavau, -riausiu), 
v. n. to be a saddler. 

Balnorius, -iaus, sm. saddler. = Bal- 
nius. 

Btlnoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v. a. to 
saddle; to put the saddle on. 

Baloksnls, -io, sm. small marsh; slough; 
mire. 

Balotas,/. -!a, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
abounding in bogs; marshy; swampy. 

Balotumas, -o, sm. marshiness; swamp- 
iness. 

Balsamas, -o, sm. balsam; balm. 

Balsamavimas, -o, sm. balsamation; [la- 
vono] embalming. 

Balsam in is,/. -ne,a<?/. balmy; balsamic. 

Balsamuoti(-muoju, -mavau, -muosiu), 
v. a. to balm; [laronq] to embalm. 

Balsas, *o,sm. voice; sound. PraSytis 
— , to beg leave to speak. Utimti — , 
to rise up to speak; | vote. 

Balsavimas, -o, sm. voting; vote. 

Balse, -as, */. vowel. 

Balsenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. n. to 
spell. 

Balsganas,/. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i, 
adj. whitish; somewhat white. 

Balsganuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), 
v. n. to appear white. 

Balsiai, adv. loudly; loud. 

Balsingas, /. -ga, defin. -gas is,/, -goji, 
adj. loud; high sounding; vocifer- 
ous; noisy. | — gai, adv. loud; loud- 
ly; noisily. 

Balsingumas, -o, sm. loudness; vocifer- 
ousness. 

Balsinis,/. -ne, adj. vocal. 

Balsuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), v. n. 
to vole. 

Balsus,/. -si, defin. susis,/. -sioji, adj. 
loud. 

Balsvas,/ -va, defin. -vasis,/. -vo|i, adj. 
whitish; pale. 

Baltake, -as, sf. coUoq. whiskey : brandy. 

Baltakis,/. -ke, s. white eyed man or 
woman. 

Baltas, /. -la, defin. -tasis,/ -top, adj., 
— tai, adv. white. 

Baltazaras, -o, sm. Balthasar. 

Baltbarzdis, -dzio, sm. one with a white 
beard ; a man gray with age. 



Baltzemis 

Baltblauzdis,/. -de, *. white legged one. 

Baltgalve, -es, sf. the fair; the female 
sex; | hot. crow's-foot; ox-eye; moon- 
flower. Chrysanthemum leucanthe- 
mum. 

Baltgalvis,/. -ve,«- white headed one. 

Balti (balu, balau, balsiu), v. n. to 
grow white; to grow pale. 

Baltybe, -es, sf. whiteness. 

Baltija, -os, sf. [jure*] Baltio sea. 

Baltike, -es, sf. kind of mushroom. 

Baltylai,-<{,«m.^. white powder; white- 
wash. 

Baltymas, -o, sm. [kiauSinio] albumen; 
the white of the egg; [akies] the 
white of the eye. 

Baltinimas, -o f sm. whitewashing; whit- 
ening. 

Baltinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to whiten; 
to bleach; to whitewash. 

Baltis, -£io,*m. white; whiteness. 

Baltkartis,/. «te, *. white maned one. 

Baltkojis,/. -je, *. white legged one. 

Baltmargis, /. -ge, s. white spotted; 
white speckled. 

Baltmarjs, -io, sm. Baltic sea. 

Baltnugaris, /. -re, s. one with white 
spine or back. 

Baltokas,/. -ka, adj. whitish; somewhat 
white; nearly white. | — kai, adv. 
whitishly. 

Baltplaukis,/. -ke, s. white haired one. 

Ballplunksnis,/ -ne, s. white feathered 
one. 

Baltraroiejus, -iaus, abbr. Baltras, dim. 
Baltrukas, sm. Bartholomew. Baltrle- 
ne, -es, sf. Bartholomew's wife. 

Baltrankis, /. -ke, s. one with white 
hands; fig. an idler. 

Baltsparnis, /. -ne, *. one with white 
wings. 

Baltsakne, -es, sf. hot. Solomon's seal. 
Polygonatum. 

Baltuma, -os, sf. white space or place. 

Baltumas, -o, sm. whiteness. 

Baltuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu). v. n. 
to whiten; to appear white. 

Baltutis,/ -t$, Baltutelis,/ -I*, adj. near- 
ly white; white all over. 

Baltveidis,/ -de, s. white faced one. 

Baltvyksle, -es, sf ignis fatuus, Will-o'- 
the-wisp. = 4altvyk§l£. 

Baltzemis, -io, sm. ground or soil of a 
white color. 



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47 



Baltziede, -es, sf bot. white cowslip; 
primrose. Primula. 

Baluze, -es,sf. marsh; swamp. 

Balvas, -o, sm. bribe. 

Balvininkas,/. -ke, *. briber; bribe pan- 
der. 

Balvininkybe, »es, */. bribery. 

Balvonas, -o, sm. idol; fig. blockhead; 
loggerhead. 

Balvuoti (-vuoju, -vavau, -vuosiu), v. a. 
n. to bribe; to gain by a bribe. 

Balzamas, -o, sm. = Balsamas. 

Balzienas, -o, dim. -nelis, sm. crossbar 
(of harrow). 

Balzuva, -os, sm. hot. Dutch-myrtle. An- 
dromeda. 

Balzuve, -es, sf. icht. bleak. 

Bamba, -OS, sin. anat. navel. 

Bambalas, = Bimbalas. 

Bambatierius, -iaus, sm. ent. cockroach. 

Bambazoie, -e$, */. bot. toad-flax: calves' 
snout. Linaria vulgaris; | navel- 
wort; kidney- wort. 

Bambeti (-bu, -be>u, -besiu), v. a. n. 
to murmur; to mutter; to grumble. 

Bambizas, /. -ze, *. (vulg.) calvinist; 
protestant. 

Bamblys, -io, sm. envelop of the ear of 
the cereals. 

Bampsoti (-sau, -sojau, -sosiu), v. n. 
(tulg.) to lie clumsily. 

Banda(band'a), -os,*/. [galrijai] herd; 
[duonos] loaf. 2.— (ba'nda), band; 
crowd; crew; gang. 

Bandas, -o,sm. trial -.essay; experiment. 

Bandymas, -o, sm. (the act of) trying; 
trial; probation; experiment. 

Bandininkas,/. -ke,«- herdsman; herds- 
boy;/, herdsgirl. 

Bandinis,/. -ne, adj. of herd. 

Bandyti (-dau, -diiau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
try; to make experiments. 

Banduotis (-duojuos, -davaus, -duo- 
siuos), v. rfl. to hire out one's self; 
to engage one's service to another 
for a reward. 

Bandute, -es, */. roll; cake. 

Bandvikis, -io, sm. bot. saint foin. Ono- 

brychis. 
Bandzius, -iaus, sm. partner; friend. 
Bandziuviene,-es,4f. female partner. 
Banga, -os, */. wave; billow; surge; | 
storm ; tempest. 



Barkitis 

Bangoti (-goju, -gojau, -gosiu), v. n. 

to billow; to swell. 
Bangputys, -Sio, sm. mythol. god of seas 

and rivers; | a wind that blows 

from sea. 
Bangzuve, -os, sf. tool, whale. 
Bankas, -o, sm. bank; banking-house. 
Bankininkas,/. -ke, *. banker. 
Bankinis,/. -ne, adj. bank... 
Bankrutas, -o, sm. bankrupt; insolvent 

debtor. 
Bankrutijimas, -o, sm. bankrupting; 

bankruptcy. 
Bankrutyti (-tiju, -tijau, -tysiu), v. a. n. 

to bankrupt; to break in trade. 
Baragas, -o, sm. shed; hut. 
Baras, -0, sm. (in agric.) row; bed; (in 

poetry) stanza. 
Baravykas, -o,*w*. species of mushroom. 

Boletus cervi. 
Barbaras, -o, sm. barbarian. 
Barbarybe, -es, sf. barbarity; barbar- 

ousness. 
Barbariskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. barbarian; barbaric; barbar- 
ous. | — kai, adv. barbarously. 
Barbariskumas, -o, sm. barbarousness. 
Barbarizmas, -o, sm. barbarism. 
Barbeti (-bu, -bejau, -besiu), v. n. to 

clink; to jingle; to mutter; to mur- 
mur. 
Barbora, -os, sf Barbara. 
Barboryte, -es, */. dim. of Barbora. | 

paving-beetle. 
Bardisius, -iaus, sm. spear; lance; pike. 
Barejas,/. -|a, *. blamer; censurer. 
Bargas, -0, sm. trust; tick; credit. 
Bargauti (-gauju, -gavau, -gausiu), v.a. 

n. to ask for credit or trust; to give 

or sell on credit; to credit. 
Bargavimas, -o, *ro. asking or giving on 

credit. 
Bargininkas,/. -ke, s. person who asks 

for credit or trust. 
Barginti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to credit; 

to trust. 
Bargintojas,/. -|a,«. creditor; one who 

gives upon credit. 
Barguoti, = Bargauti. 
Barimas, -o, sm. (the act of) blaming, 

censuring; blame; reprehension. 
BarkSt, inter j. knock. 
Barkstis, -dio, sm. bot. cow-parsnip. He- 

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Barningas 

Barningas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. quarrelsome; contentious. 

Barningumas, -o, sm. quarrelsomeness; 
contentiousness. 

Barnininkas,/. -ke» *. quarreler; wran- 
gler. 

Barn is, -nies, pi — nys, -ty, sf quarrel ; 
wrangle; brawl; dispute. 

Barnus,/. -nl, adj. = Barningas. 

Baronai, -u_, dim. -neliai, sm pi. fur. 

Baronas, -o, sm. jack plane. 

Baroninis,/. -ne, adj. of fur. Baronine 
kepure, a cap made of fur or lamb- 
skin. 

Baronka, -OS, sf twisted and boiled 
cake. 

Barstymas, -o, sm. strewing; spreading 
over {said of dry substance*); — pint- 
^, wasting of money; prodigality. 

Barstyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), v. a. to 
strew; to scatter; to let fall (said of 
dry substances); — pifiigus, to waste 
or spend money, 

Barsukas, -o, sm. zool. badger. 

Bartfiai, -ii|, sm. pi. soup of beets or 
beet-leaves; | bot. beet. 

Barikalas, -o, sm. jingle; rattle. 

Barikejimas, -0, sm. clinking; jingling. 

Bariketi (-ku, -kejau, -kesiu), v. n. to 
clink; to jingle. 

Barikinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
clink; to jingle. 

Barikutis, -£io, sm. = Barskalas; | bot. 
yellow rattle. Rhinanthus. 

Bart! (-ru, -riau, -rsiu), v. a. to blame; 
to scold; to reprehend. | — s, v. rfl. 
to quarrel; to wrangle; to dispute. 

Bartkus, -aus, sm. tailor. 

Barva, = Parva. 

Barzda, -08, dim. -dele, sm. beard. 

Barzdaskutykla, -o$, sf. barber's shop. 

Barzdaskutys, -Sio, sm. barber. 

Barzdyla, -os,*ro.man with a long beard. 

Barzdinis,/. -ne, adj. of the beard; be- 
longing to the beard. 

Barzdis, -dzio, sm. bot. masterwort. Im- 
peratoria ostruthium. 

Barzdocms, -iau$, sm. = Barzdyla. 

Barzdotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 
bearded; having a long beard. 

Barzdskutys, -clo, sm. barber. 

Barzdukas, -o, sm. dwarf with a great 
beard. 



48 Bausme 

Basakojis,/. -|e, s. barefooted man or 
woman. 

Basas, /. -sa, defin. -sasis,/. -soji, adj. 
barefooted. 

Basinyiia, adc. without stockings. Ap- 
siauti—, to put on shoes without 
stockings. 

Baslys, -io, sm. pale; pile; post. 

Basnir&a, = Basinycia. 

Bastelejimas,-o,#»i. thrusting; pushing. 

Basteleti (liu, -lejau, -lesiu), v. inst. to 
thrust; to jostle; to push. 

Bastytis (-staus, -sfiaus, -stysiuos), v. 
rfl. to ramble; to roam ; to wander 
about. 

Bastunas, /. -ne, s. rambler; rover; 
wanderer; loafer. 

Batas f -o, sm. boot. 

Batavija, -os, sf. Batavia. 

Batvinis, -io, sm. beet-leaf. 

Bau y part, dubit. if; whether. 

Baubimas, -o, sm. lowing; bellowing. 

Baublys, -Io, sm. am. bittern. 

Baubti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.n. to roar; 
to bellow; to low. 

Baubumelis, -io, sm. dim. of Baubimas, 
bellowing. Jautio baubumelis, at a 
great distance or as far as the low- 
ing of an ox can be heard. 

Bauda, -os, sf punishment; penalty; 
pain; [pinigUka] fine; pecuniary 
punishment; mulct. 

Baudziauninkas,/. -ke, *. serf ; bondman; 
bond-servant; bond slave;/, bonds- 
woman {ir bondwoman). 

Baudziava, -05, sf serfdom; socage; 
feudal service; statute labor. 

Baudziaviskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
Jl, adj. belonging (or pertaining) to 
serfdom, to feudal service. 

Baugas, -o, 'sm. scarecrow; hobgoblin; 
phantom. 

Baugiai, adv. timidly; with fear; timor- 
ously. 

Bauginimas, -0, sm. terrifying; fright- 
ening. 

Bauginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
fright; to frighten; to terrify. | — s, 
v. rfl. to be afraid. 

Baugumas, -o, sm. fearfulness; timidity. 

Baugus,/. -gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gioji, adj. 
fearful; timid. 

Bausme, -e$, sf. punishment; penalty. 



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Bausti 

Bausti (baudziu, baudziau, bausiu), v. 
a. to punish; to chastise; to casti- 
gate; [drausti] to forbid ; to prohibit. 
Samdininkq ant vietos — , to hire a 
servant for a longer term of service. 

Bavarifa, -os, sf Bavaria. 

Bazaltas, -o, sm. basalt. 

Bazmas, -o, sm. throng; multitude. 

BainySia, -ios, sf. church. 

Baznytinis,/. -ne, adj. of church"; eccle- 
siastical. 

Baznytkaimis, -Io, sm. village with a 
church. 

Baznytkiftmis, -io, sm. church-yard. | = 
Baznytkaimis. 

Be, prep, with gen. without, tmogtis 
be dusios, a man without soul. Na~ 
mas beduriii, a house without doors. 
Be- to, moreover; besides. 2. — , a 
preposition being prefixed to nouns 
and adjectives it denotes desti t ut ion, 
and corresponds with the English 
suffix -less. Bevaikis, one who has 
no children; the childless one. Be- 
gedis, a shameless fellow. 

Bebausme, -os, sf. impunity. 

Bebras, -o, im. zool. beaver. 

Bebrinis,/. -ne, adj. of the beaver. 

Beda, -os, sf. ill-luck; misfortune; 
harm; misery; wretchedness; | gig; 
two -wheeled carriage. 

Beda, interj. woe I alas! 

Bedantis,/. -te, *. one without teeth; a 
to .thless person. 

Bedarbe, -es, sf. want of work; crisis in 
industry. 

Bedarbts,/. -be, s. <3b adj. unemployed 
one. 

Bedarbyste, -OS, sf. inactivity; idleness. 

Bedievis, /. -ve, s. atheist; an ungodly 
person. 

Bedievyste, -es, sf ungodliness; godless- 
ness; atheism. 

Bedieviikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. godless; atheistical. | —kai, adv. 
godlessly. 

Bodinas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -nofi, adj. 
poor; miserable. | — nai, adv. miser- 
ably. 

Bedlngas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. sorrowful; woeful. | — gai, adv. 
sorrowfully. 

Bedinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to pain 
one; to grieve. 



49 Bogodiikas 

Bedinumas, -o, sm. poorness; miserable- 
ness. 

Bedoris, /. -re, *. an immoral man or 
woman; lewd person. 

Bedoriikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|f, 
adj. immoral; vicious; dishonest. | 
—kai, adv. immorally; viciously. 

Bedoriskumas, -o, sm. immorality; vi- 
ciousness. 

Bedugne, -es, sf abyss; bottomless 
gulf;jfa. hell. 

Bedugnis,/. -ne, adj. without bottom: 
bottomless. 

Bedulis, = HEdziulis. 

Baduonis, /. -ne, *. db adj. breadless. 

Buduiis,/. -ie, Beduininkas,/. -ke, s. a 
soulless being; fig. brute; savage in 
heart and manners. 

Bedziulis,/ -Id, dim. -lelis,/. -lele, s. a 
poor, miserable person; wretch. 

Bedzius, = FEdziulis. 

Beg, Begu, part, interr. whether; if. 
Begu jis tai tinof do you tl.ink he 
knows anything about? Begu tai 
manpirmas sykisf I am not a novice 
in this matter. 

Begale, Begalybe, -es, sf endlessness; 
infinity; endless number. 

Begalinis,/. -ne, adj. endless; infinite; 
perpetual; eternal. 

Begalis, -io, sm. anything without end; 
endless; infinite. 

Begaliskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -kojl, 
adj. endless; perpetual; eternal. 

Begaliikumas, -o, sm. endlessness; in- 
finity. 

Begalo, adv endlessly; infinitely; im- 
measurably; immensely. 

Begeda, -os, sf. shamelessness; impu- 
dence. | — , smf. shameless man or 
woman. 

Begedingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. shameless. | —gai, adv. shame- 
lessly. 

Begedingumas, -o, sm. shamelessness; 
impudence. 

Begedis, /. -de, s. shameless (or im- 
pudent) person. 

Begedyste, -es,^. shamelessness; impu- 
dence; indiscretion. 

Begediikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|l, 
adj. shameless; impudent. | —kai, 
adv. shamelessly; impudently. 



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Begediskumas 

Begediikumas, -o, sm. shamelessness; 

impudence. 
Begimas, -o, sm. running; course; race. 
Begimtis,/. -te, adj. sexless. 
Begineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), Begioti 
(-gioju, -giojau, -giosiu), v. n.frq. to 
run about; to run to and fro. 
Beginklis,/. -le, s. an unarmed, weap- 
onless being; defenseless one. 
Beginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to cause 

to run; to put in motion. 
Begis, -io, sm. course; race. 
Beglys,/. -le, s. refugee; deserter; run- 
away; fugi ive. 
Beglumas, -o, sm. agility; rapidity; Jl?. 
skill; expertness; ability; | fluency; 
volubility. 

Beglus,/. -li, defin. -lusis,/. -lioji, adj. 
agile; rapid; jig. skilful; | fluent; 
voluble. I — liai, adv. rapidly; fluent- 
ly. 

Begsena, -os, sf. (the manner of) run- 
ning; flight. 

BegSta, -os, */. flight. 

Begte, adv. Begte begti, to run at full 
speed. 

Begti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to run; 
(teketi) to leak; to flow. 

Begtynes, -iij, sf. pi. race; foot-race; 
running match. 

Begu, see Beg. 

Begunas, -0, sm. runner; racer; [pabe- 
gelii\ fugitive; runaway; [bastunax] 
vagrant; loafer; [varpsti] spindle; 
pivot; [duriy, etc.] hinge; bot. spe- 
cies of pea. 

Bei, conj. and. 

Beje, adv. by the way; by the by; 
apropos. 

Bekaralmetis, -6I0, sm. interregnum. 

Bekaulis,/. -le, *. & adj. boneless (ani- 
mal); without bones. 

Bekojis, /. -|e, *. db adj. one without 
feet or legs ; apode. 

Bekraujis,/. -|e, *. <& adj. bloodless one. 

Belaimis,/. -me, s. & adj. unfortunate 
one; unlucky fellow (or woman). 

Belaisvis, /. -ve,«. a bondman; slave; 
captive. 

Belange, -es, */. (vulg.) jail; lockup. 

Beldimas, -0, sm. knocking; noise. 

Btletristika, -03, sf. polite literature; 
belles-lettres. 



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Bendrija 



Beletristiskas,/. -ka, defin. -ka$ls,/. -ko- 

|l, adj. referring to popular writers 

or works. 
Belgas, Belgletls,/. -te, s. Belgian; na- 
tive of Belgium. 
Belgija, -os, sf. Belgium. 
Belgiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasls,/. -koji, 

adj. Belgian; Belgic. 
Belytls,/. -te, *. cfe adj. sexless one. 
Belsti (-ldziu, -ldziau, -lsiu), v. n. to 

knock; to rap; to tap; — j duru, 

to knock at the door. | — s, v. rfl. 

to knock; to make noise. 
Bemazne,Bemaz kone, adv. almost; near; 

nearly; wellnigh. 
Bemlgis,/. -ge, adj. sleepless;— genak- 

tis, sleepless night. 
Bemlntingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasls,/. -go|l, 

adj. thoughtless; senseless. | —gal, 

adv. thoughtlessly. 
Bemoteris, -Io, sin. single; unmarried 

man; celibate; bachelor. 
Bemoteryste, -es, sf. celibacy; single 

life; celibate. 
Benaudlngas,/. -ga, defin. -gasls,/. -goji, 

adj. useless; unprofitable. | — gai, 

adv. uselessly; unprofitably. 
Benaudis, /. -de, s. good for nothing 

one. 

Bendoryste, -es, sf. coopering; cooper- 
age. 

Bendorius, -laus, sm. cooper. 

Bendradarblauti(-biauju, -biavau, -biau- 
siu), v. n. to assist; to cooperate. 

Bendradarbis, /. -be, *. fellow laborer; 
[laikraicto] contributor. 

Bendrai, adv. commonly; in common. 

Bendrakalbis,/. -be, *. one of the same 
language. 

Bendrakovis,/. -ve>. fellow-combatant; 
competitor; rival. 

Bendralaikis, /. -ke, adj. & s. contem- 
porary. 

Bendras, /. -re,*, comrade; colleague; 
partner. 

Bendras,/. -ra, defin. -rasls,/. -rojl, adj. 
common; belonging to many. 

Bendrauti (rauju, -ravau, -rausiu), v.n. t 
— s, v. rfl. to be in friendly inter- 
course with; to associate. 

Bendravardls,/. -de, *. one of the same 
nsunc; gram, homonym. 

Bendrija, -os, sf. fellowship; society; 
association; community. 



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Bendrininkas 

Bendrinlnkas,/. -ke, a. commoner; par- 
taker; partner. 

Bendrinis,/. -ne, adj. common; mutual. 

Bendrintis (-nuos, -naus, -nsiuos), v.rfl. 
to unite with; fo enter into partner- 
ship with. 

Bendryste, -es, sf. friendship; comrade- 
ship; fellowship; partnership. 

Bendrilkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. common; mutual; [draugiSkan] 
friendly. | — ka\,adv. commonly; in 
common; [draugtikai] friendly. 

Bendriikumas, -o, sm. friendliness; 
friendly disposition. 

Bendrovi, -es, sf. association; society; 
community. 

Bendrumas, -o, sm. community; com- 
monness. 

Bendruotis(-ruojuos, -ravaus, -ruosiuos), 
t. rfl to enter into partnership with. 

Bene, part, interr. if it be not. Benebu- 
vo tai umialasf who knows but all 
was a fiction? 

Benediktas, -o, sm. Benedict. 

Bengali|a, -os, */. Bengal. 

Bengaliskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. Bengal; -ka ugnis, Bengal- 
light. 

Beningis, -io, sm. garret; cock-loft. 

Benkartas, -o, sm. bastard. 

Ben k us, -aus, sm. natural child; il- 
legitimate child; bastard. 

Benosis,/. -se, * & adj. noseless one. 

Bent, adv. at least. Kad bent syty tai 
pasibaigtii, I wish all these affairs 
would have an end. 

Benuosaika, -os, sf. excess; intemper- 
ance; extravagance. 

Benuosaikingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. 
-goii, adj. excessive; intemperate; 
extravagant. |— gai,a<Zt>. excessively. 
| — gumas, -o, sm. excessiveness; in- 
tern perateness. 

Bepafiegingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis/. -go|i, 
adj. impotent; weak; powerless. | 
—gal, adv. powerlessly. | —gumas, -o, 
sm. weakness; powerlessness. 

Bepamatingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go- 
ii, adj. groundless; unfounded; false. 
I —gai, adv. ground lessly. f —gumas, 
•o, sm. groundlessness; unfounded- 
ness. 
Bepasekmlngas, / -ga, defin. -gasis,/ 



51 Beralinis 

•goii, adj. ineffectual; inefficient; 
vain; futile. |— gal, adv. ineffectual- 
ly; vainly. | — gumas, -o, sm. ineffi- 
ciency; vainness. 

Bepatybe, -es,.^. celibate; celibacy. 

Bepaveizdingas; /. -ga, defin. -gasis, / 
•gofi, adj. unprecedented; unex- 
ampled; matchless. | —gal, adv. un- 
precedentedly; matchlessly. 

Bepavidalingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/ 
-gofi, adj. shapeless. | —gai, adv. 
shap'lessly. 

Bepavojingas,/ -$*, defin. -gasis,/ -go|i v 
adj. not dangerous; harmless; \*au- 
gus] safe; secure. | — gai,ad». harm- 
lessly; safely. | —gumas, -o, sm. ab- 
sence of danger; safety; security. 

Bepig, Bepigu, adv. easily; well; it is 
easy. 

Bepradem, adv. incessantly; without in- 
termission; uninterruptedly; un- 
ceasingly. 

Beprasme, -es, sf. nonsense; absurdity. 

Beprasmingas, / -ga; Beprasmiikas, / 
-ka, adj. senseless; nonsensical. | 
—gai; — kai, adv. senselessly. | —gu- 
mas; — kumas, s. senselessness; non- 
sensical ness. 

Beprietaringas,/ -ga, defin. -gasis,/ -go- 
ji, adj. unprejudiced. 

Beprofciauti (£iauju, -Siavau, -Siausiu), 
v. n. tobehaveidiotically;tobemad. 

Beprotis,/ -te,*. madman; madwoman. 
Beproctti namai, madhouse, bedlam. 

Beprotybe, -es, sf. madness; insanity. 

Beprotiskas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/ -ko|i, 
adj. insane; mad. | —kai, adv. madly. 

Beprotiikumas, -o, sm. madness; insan- 
ity. 

Beprotnamls, -io, sm. madhouse; asy- 
lum; bedlam. 

Bepusybe, -es, sf. impartiality. 

Bepusingas,/ -ga; Bepusiskas,/. -ka, adj. 
impartial; disinterested; fair; just. 
| —gai; —kai, adj. impartially. | 
—gumas; —kumas, s. impartiality. 

Bera, (contr. of be-yka), there is just; 
there are only. 

Beragis,/ -ge, *. <&. adj. hornless one; 
fig. swine. 

Beralas, -o, sm. unwinnowed corn. 

Beralinis, -ne, / adj. of unwinnowed 
rye or wheat. Beraline duona, the 
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Berankis 52 

Berankis,/. -k§, s. & adj. handless one 
Beras,/. -ra, defin. -rasis, /. -ro|i, adj. 
bay; — arklys, bay-horse. 

BerbenycJa, -ios, sf. bot. felon-wort; 
woody-nightshade; bitter-sweet. So- 
lanum dulcamara. 

Bereikalas, -o, sm. absence of any need, 
of any necessity. 

Bereikalingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go- 
|i, adj. needless; unnecessary. | 
— gai, adv. needlessly. | —gumas, -o, 
sm. needlessness. 

Bergzdeti (-deju, -dejau, -desiu), v. n. 
to grow sterile, unfruitful. 

Bergzdinas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, 
Bergzdzias, /. -dzia, defin. -dziasis,/. 
•di\o\\,adj. barren; sterile; unfruit- 
ful; unproductive; fig. vain; fruit- 
less. 

Bergzdinumas, Bergidumas, -o, sm. 
barrenness; sterility; | vainness. 

Berimas, -o, sm. strewing; scattering; 
pouring (said of dry substances). 

Beris, -Io, sm. bay-horse; bayard. 

Berkloti (-loju, -lojau, -losiu), v. a. to 
bowel; to eviscerate; to penetrate 
the bowels; to embowel. 

Berllnka, -o$, sf. a coin of the value of 
7.5 kopecks. 

Bernardas, -o, sm. Bernard. Bernard! en e, 
-as, sf. Bernard's wife. 

Bernardinas, -o, sm. Bernardino monk. 
Bernardino klioStorius, the convent 
of Bernardines; | bot. stork's aconit- 
um. 

Bernas, -o, sm. fellow; youth; | hired 
man; country servant. Dim. *nelis, 
•niukas, -nuzis, -zelis, terms of endear- 
ment applied to young unmarried men; 
darling. 

Bernauti (-nauju, -navau, -nausiu), v.n. 
to continue a single life; to be un- 
married ; | to serve ; to work for. 

Berniene, -as, ^.servant's wife. 

Berniskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. like a servant; servile. 

Berokas,/. -ka, adj. pretty bay. 2. -,/. 
-ke, *. bay-horse; bayard. 

Btrods, adv. yes; indeed; certainly; 
aye; of course. 

Btrtaininis,/. -ne, adj. quarterly. 

Bertainis, -io, sm. quarter; fourth part. 

Berti (-beriu, -bSriau, -bersiu), v. a. to 



Beialiikumas 

strew; to scatter; to pour (said of 
dry substances). 
Bertuve, -es, sf. wooden shovel; | a 
wooden vessel (proper for holding 
. grains). 

Berupestingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go- 
|i, adj. free from care; careless; un- 
concerned; light-hearted. | —gai, 
adv. carelessly. | — gumas, -o, sm. 
carelessness; unconcernedness. 

Berzas, -0, sm. bot. birch. Berio koSe 
pavalgydinti, (fig. ) to whip one. 

Berzelis, -io, sm. [dim of Bebzas] , a 
young birch; [menud] June. 

Berzynas, -o, sm. birch forest; birch 
wood. Dim. Berzyneiis, birch grove. 

Berzinis,/. -ne, adj. birch; birchen, 

Besarabija, -os, sf. Bessarabia. 

Besarmatis,/. -te, s. shameless one. 

Besavavalis, /. -le, s. one that has no 
will of his own. 

Besavavaliskas, /. -ka, adj. having no 
will of one's own; | involuntary. | 
— kai, adv t involuntarily. 

Besavinauda, -os, sf unselfishness; dis- 
interestedness. 

Besavinaudiskas, /. -ka, adj. unselfish; 
disinterested. | —kai, adv. unselfish- 
ly. 

Beskirtingas, /. -ga; Beskfrtiikas,/. -ka, 
adj. indifferent, | -gai; -kai, adv. 
indifferently. | —gumas; -kumas,*w. , 
indifference. 

Beskuo, adv. for that, reason; it is the 
reason why... 

Besmegenis,/. -ne, s. a brainless person; 
dolt; blockhead. 

Besotybe, -es, sf insatiableness; insa- 
tiability. 

Besotis,/. -te, s. an insatiable person. 

Besti (bedu, bedziau, besiu), v. a. to 
stick into; to thrust into; to dig. 

Besti (bendziu, bendziau, besiu), v. a. 
to cooper. 

Bestuvas, -o, sm. dibble. 

Besalybe, -es, sf. impartiality; disinter- 
estedness. 

Besalis, /. -le, *. impartial, unpreju- 
diced person. 

BesaliSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. impartial; unprejudiced; disin- 
terested. | —kai, adv. impartially. 

Besaliikumas, -o, sm. impartiality; dis- 
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Bet 

Bet, eanj. but; yet. 

Betarpinis, /. -ne; Betarpiskas, /. -lea, 
defin. -kasis,/. -koji, adj. immediate; 
direct. | — kai, adv; immediately; 
directly. | — kumas, -o, sm. imme- 
diateness; immediacy. 

Beto, ade. moreover; besides. 

Beturtis,/. -te,«. poor, indigent person; 

. pi. Beturftial, the poor. 

Betvarke, -as, sf. disorder; confusion; 
anarchy. 

Bevaikis,/. -ke, s. childless one. 

Bevaikyste, -es, */. childlessness. 

Bevaisingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. fruitless; vain; useless. | 
—gai, adv. fruitlessly; vainly, j 
—gumas, -o, sm. fruitlessness; vain- 
ness; uselessness. 

Bevaldis,/. -de, *. db adj. one having 
no power, no authority. 

Bevardis,/. -de, s. nameless being; one 
without name; [piritas] ring-finger; 
gram, neuter. 

Beveik, adv. near; nearly; almost. 

Beveikme, -es, sf. inactivity; idleness. 

Beveislis,/. -le, *. db adj. sterile; bar- 
ren; producing no young: | castrat- 
ed one; gelding. 

Bevel yti (-liju, -lijau, -lysiu) f v. n. to 
prefer; to like better. 

Bevylingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. deceitless; artless; guileless. | 
—gai, adv. artlessly. | —gumas, -o, 
sm. artlessness; frankness. 

Be vi I tin gas,/, -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. hopeless; despairing. | —gai, 
adv. hopelessly. | —gumas, -o, sm. 
hopelessness. 

Bevyre, -es, sf. single, unmarried wom- 
an. 

Bezadis, /. -de, s. db adj. speechless; 
silent; mute. 

Bezdas, -o, sm, bot. elder; elder-tree. 
Sambucus. 

Bezdzionavimas, -o, sm. aping. 

Bezdzie)fie,-es,*/. ape; monkey; baboon. 

Bezdzionybe, -as, sf. apishness; mim- 
icry. 

Bezdzionuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), 
v. n. to ape; to mimic. 

Bezemis,/. -me, s. db adj. one having 

no landed property. 
Bezllepycia, -lot, smf. good for nothing 
one; [Juifc.] an envious person. 



53 Bige 

Bezmenas, -o, sm. steelyard. 

By, eonj. any; every; by-kaip, in any 
way ;by-kur t anywhere; by-kada, 
any time; by -has, any one; every one: 
by-tik, provided that; in order that. 

Biauretis (-riuos, -rejaus, -resiuos), v. 
rfl. to loathe; to abhor; to abomin- 
ate; to have an aversion for. 

Biauriai, adv. foully ; abominably; infa- 
mously; disgracefully; awfully. 

Biauriakalbls,/. -be, s. an obscene talk- 
er. 

Biaurybe, -es, */. ugliness; foulness; | 
*mf> ugly creature; monster. 

Biaurinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to foul; 
to make ugly ; to dirty ; to defile. | 
— s, v. rfl. to defile one's self. | to 
have an aversion for; to abhor. 

Biaurumas, -o, sm. foulness; disgrace- 
fulness; turpitude; dirtiness. 

Biaurus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rioji, adj. 
foul; ugly; heinous; dirty. 

Biblifa, -os, sf. Bible. 

Biblijinis,/. -ne, adj. of bible; biblical. 

Bibliografija, -os, sf. bibliography. 

Bibliografiikas, / -ka, defin. Stasis, / 
-kofi, adj. bibliographic; bibliogra- 
phical. 

Biblioteka, -os, sf. library; bibliotheca. 

Bibliskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. biblical. 

Bi&iuliautis (-liaujuos, -liavaus, -liau- 
siuos), v. rfl. to contract friendship 
with one; to be friends. 

Bittulis,/. -le, *. friend. 

Biciulybe, -is, sf. friendship; fellow- 
ship. 

Biciuliuotis, = Biciuli\utis. 

Bitius, -iaus, sm. bee-master. 

Bitnus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -niofi, adj. 
prim; mincing. | — niai, adv. prim- 
ly. | — numas, sm. primness. 

Biednas,/. -na, adj. poor; miserable. | 
— nai, adv. miserably. | —numas, sm. 
poorness; miserableness. 

Biedneti (-ngju, -n6jau, -nesiu), v. n. to 
grow poor; to sink into poverty. 

Biedninti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
make poor. 

Biedniokas, -o, sm. poor fellow. 

Bielyti (-liju, -lijau, -lysiu), v. a. to 
flay ; to skin. 

Bige, -es, sf. bad, worn out knife. 



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Bi|o|imas 

Bijojimas, -o, sm. fearr fright. 

Bijoti (-jau, -jojau, -josiu), r. w., — s, v. 
rfl. to fear; to be afraid of. 

Bijunas, -o, sm. bot. peony. Paeonia. 

Byla, -os, sf. talk; discourse; conversa- 
tion;! [prota] affair; trial; case; law- 
suit. 

Bildenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to rap; 
to tap; to knock. 

Bildesis, -\o,sm. rumbling noise; stamp- 
ing; trampling. 

Bildeti (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 
sound; to rumble. 

Bilt, eonj. any. Bile-kas, anyone; — 
kada, any time; whenever: — kaip, 
any way; no matter how; — kur, 
anywhere; — tik, provided that. 

Biletas, -o, sm. billet; ticket. 

Blllardas, -o, sm. billiards; billiard - 
table. 

Bilijonas, -o, sm. billion. 

Byiineti (-ngju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. frq. 
to chat; to tattle about. | —8, v. rfl. 
to sue at law; to go to law with; to 
litigate. 

Byloti, = BylinEtt. 

Bimbalas,-o,*ro.e/i;. hornet: 1 (fig. cont.) 
dull, heavy fellow; booby. 

Bimbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.n. to buzz; 
to hum. 

Bindokas, -o, sm. carpenter's ax; broad- 
ax. 

Bingus,/. -gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gioji, adj. 
courageous; fiery; | stately; magnif- 
icent. 

Birbine, -es, sf. pipe; fife. 

Birbinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. n. to fife; 
to play on a fife; to pipe. 

Birbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.n. to buzz; 
to hum. 

Bareti (-ru, -rejau, -resiu), v. n. to be 
strewn; to be scattered; to drop; to 
fall. 

Birietas, -o, sm. barot; cardinal's cap. 

Birka, -OS,*/', tally: score; scoring stick; 
| lifter; lift-lock. 

Birti (tyru, birau, birsiu), v. n. to be 
strewn ; to be scattered. 

Birute, -es, sf. bot. moongrass. Sesleria. 

Birza, -os, sf. the exchange. Birty ka- 
r alius, merchant prince. 

Birze, -es, sf. bed; sower's path; sow- 
er's row. 



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Birzgentl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Birzgeti 
(-giu, -gejau, -g6siu), r. n. to hum; 
to buzz. 

Birzyti (-iiju, -zijau, -iysiu), v. a. to 
mark the sower's row. 

Biskis, -io, dim. -kutis, sm. little; little 
bit; morsel; mite. 

Bite, = Bitis. 

Bitinas, -o, dim. -nells, sm. queen bee. 

Bitynas, -o, sm. bee-garden; apiary. 

Bitininkas, -o, sm. keeper of bees; bee- 
master. 

Bitininkybe, -es, sf. the art of keeping 
and breeding bees. 

Bitis, Attydim. -tele, a/, bee. Bitis kuop- 
ti y to take the honey out of the hive; 
fig. to/whip one. 

Bitkresie, -es, sf. bot. tansy. Tanacetum 
vulgare; | meadow wind-flower. 
Anemone pratensis. 

Bitkuopis, -Io, sm. one who takes the 
honey out of the hive; | the time of 
taking honey out of the bee-hive. 

Biuras, -o, sm. bureau; office. 

Biurokratas, -o, sm. bureaucrat. 

Biurokratija, -os, sf. bureaucracy. 

Biurokratiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
|i, adj bureaucratic(al). 

Biurti (-rstu, -r.iu, -rsiu), v. n. to grow 
nasty. 

Biurus,/. -ri, adj. = Bimjrus. 

Biza, -os, sf. tress; plaited hair; braid. 

Bizunas, -o, sm. riding-whip; horse- 
whip. 

Bizutis, -6io, sm. bot. moonwort. Bo try - 
chium. 

Blaivas,/. -va, defin. -vasls,/. -vo|i, adj. 
sober; clear. | — vai, adc. soberly. 

Blai veils (-viuos, -vejaus, -vesiuos). v. 
rfl. to grow sober; to clear up; to 
grow serene. 

Blaivybe, -es, sf sobriety; soberness; 
temperance. 

Blaivininkas,/. -ke, s. man or woman of 
sobriety. 

Blaivinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to make 
sober; to make serene; to clear up. | 
— s, v. rfl. to grow sober; to grow se- 
rene. 

Blaivumas, -o, sm. soberness; clearness. 
Proto — , clearness of mind or reason. 

Blaki, -es, sf. ent. bed-bug. 

Blakstiena, -OS, sf. eye-lash. 



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Blakuta 

Blakuta, -os, smf. fidgety man or wo- 
man ; stroller; rover. 
Blakuie, -es, sf. bot. coriander. 
Blakutineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. a. 

to stroll; to ramble about. 
Blanda, -os, sf. twilight; dusk. 
Blandus, /. -di, defin. -dusis r /. -diiofi, 

adj. dusk; dusky; obscure; gloomy; 

dismal. 
Blankti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

grow pale; to fade; to lose color. 
Blankumas, -o, sm. pallid ity; paleness. 
Blankus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis,/. -k\o\\,adj. 

pallid; pale; faint. 
Blaskai, -y, sin. pi grains of rye (or 

wheat) beaten out of sheaves by 

hand. 
BlaSkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. frq. f 

Blokiti (blaskiu, bloskiau, bloksiu), 

v. a. to throw; to cast; to fling; [ja- 

vus] to thrash the grains out of the 

sheaves. Blask/tis, v. rfl. to throw 

one's self; to fling one's self; to fret 

and fume. 
Blaustis (-siuos, -siaus, -siuos), v. rfl. 

to grow cloudy ; fig. to frown. 
Blauzda, -OS, sf. anat. shin; shank. 
Blauzdikaulis, Blauzdkaulis, -io, sm. shin- 
bone. 
Blauzdinis,/. -ne, adj. of a shin. 
Blauzdlauza, -os, sf. rugged road. 
Blazys, -io, sm. Blase. Blaziene, -es, sf. 

Blase's wife. 
Bledingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 

adj. noxious; pernicious; injurious. 

| — gal, adv. noxiously; perniciously. 
Blddingumas, -o, sin. pcrniciousness; 

hurtfulness. 
Bled is, -ies, */. damage; harm; injury; 

detriment; loss; disadvantage. 
Bleivas, -o, sm. ceruse; white lead. 
Blekai, -4, sm. pi. entrails; tripe; chaw- 

dron. 
Bleke, -es, sf. iron plate; tin plate. 
Blekinis,/. -ne, adj. of tin plate; tin. 
Blekiuoti (-kiuoju, -kiavau, -kiuosiu), 

v. a. to tin; to cover with tin. 
Blekoryste, -es, sf. tinman's trade. 
Blekorius, -laus, sm. tinman. 
Blekti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to lose 

color; to fade; to grow pale. 
Blesti (-stn, -sau, -siu), v. n. to cease 

to burn; to go out 



55 Bloginti 

Bleta, -os, sf. iron plate, = BlekC. 

Blezde, -es, sf. bot. swallow- wort; sore- 
throat. Asclepias vincetoxicum. 

Blezdinge, -es, sf. orn. swallow; | bot. 
sweet violet. Viola odorata. 

Bfozdingile, -es, sf. dim. of BlkzdingE, 
swallow; | kind of dance. 

Bliausena, -os, sf. bleat; bleating; low- 
ing. 

Bliauti (bliauju, blioviau, bliausiu), v. 
n. to bleat; to baa; fig. to blubber; 
to cry. 

Blikstereti (-riu, -rejau, -rSsiu), v.inst. 
to flash. 

Blyksle, -es, sf. green sickness; chlo- 
rosis. 

Btykiti (-k§tu, -skau, -k§iu), v. n. to 
grow pale; to turn pale. 

Blynas, -0, sm. cake. 

Blinde, -es; Blindis, -Ies, sf. bot. willow; 
withy. Salix. 

Blinktereti (-riu, -rejau, -re"siu), v. inst. 
to throw; to cast suddenly. 

Bliokas, -0, sm. block; pulley; polit. 
coalition. 

Bliovesis, -io, sm. bleating; bleat. 

Bliovimas, -0, sm. (the act of) bleating; 
fig. cry. 

Blystl (-stu, -sau, -siu), v.n. to glimmer; 
to burn faintly; to go out. 

Bliudas, -0, dim. -delis, -dukas, sm. dish; 
platter; porringer. 

Blizgalas, -0, sm. glittering trifle; tin- 
sel; bauble. 

Blizgantis,/. -ti, defin. -tysis,/. 4\o\\ f prt 
glittering; shining. 

Blizge, -es, sf. bot. moonwort. Lunaria. 

Blizgejimas, -0; Blizgesis, -io, sm. glitter- 
ing; flashing. 

Blizgeti (-gu, -gejau, -gesiu), v. n. to 
glitter; to shine; to flash. 

Blizgu&iai, -ij, sm. pi. tinsels. 

Biizgulys, -io, sm. glittering trifle; tin- 
sel. 

Blogas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 
bad; ill; wrong; [liesas] lean; scraw- 
ny; lank. I — gai, adv. badly; ill;, 
wrong. Blogai daryti, to do wrong; 
to do evil. 

Blogyn, adv. worse; — eiti, to grow 
worse. 

Bloginti (-nu, -nau,-nsiu), v. a. to make 
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Btogmctis 

Blogmetis, -iio, sm. year of hard times; 
year of famine. 

Blogti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v.n. to grow 
worse ; | to grow lean. 

Blogumas, -o> sm. badness: viciousness; 
| shabbiness; paltriness; [liesumas] 
leanness. 

Blokas, = Bliokas. 

BlokSti, see Blaskyti. 

Blukti (blunku, blukau, bluksiu), v. 
n. to fade ; to lose color. 

Blusa, -o$, sf. ent. flea. 

Blusine, -es, sf. measles. = Tymai. 

Blusinetl(-n6ju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.a.n. 
to catch fleas; to flea. | — s, v. rfl. to 
try to rid one's self of fleas. 

Blusingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. full of fleas. 

Blusius,/. -se, s. one infested by. fleas. 

Bluznaiole,-es,*f. milt wort; spleenwort; 
golden-saxifrage. Chrysosplenium 
alternifolium. 

Bluzninis,/. -ni, adj. of the milt; splen- 
ic. 

Bluznis, -ies, */.milt; spleen. 

Boba, -os, sf. old woman. Dim. -bale, 
•bute, little old woman; dear old 
woman. 

Bobiesius, -iaus, sm. doter; dot:ird. 

Bobin&ius, -£iaus, sm. church-porch. 

Boblnis,/. -ne, adj. of. an old woman; 
belonging to an old woman. 

BobiSius, = Bobiesius. 

Bobiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. old-woman-like, old-womanish. 
| — kai, adv. old-woman-like; in the 
manner of an old woman. 

Bobius, -iaus, sm. doter; dotard. 

Bobizna, -OS, sf. beldam; ugly old 
woman; crone. 

Beblauza, -OS, sm. lewd fellow; cot- 
quean. 

Bob mote re, -es, sf. midwife. 

Bobramule, -es,#'. bot. may- weed ;cham- 
momile. Anthemis arvensis. 

Bo bras, -o, sm. zool beaver. 

Bobturgis, -io, sm. women market; the 
last market before Lent. 

Bobute, -es, sf. [dim. of Boba], little 
old woman; | grandmother; | mid- 
wife. 

Bo&inis,/. -ne, adj. belonging to fore- 
fathers or ancestors. 



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Bo&ius, -iaus, sm. forefather; ancestor. 
PI. —dial, -iij, ancestors. 

Bodetis(-dziuos, -dejaus, -dSsiuos), v. 
rfl. to be weary; to be tired; to feel 
tediousness; to feel ennui; to feel 
disgust; to be disgusted. 

Bodinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to tire; 
to weary; to harass; to bore; to dis- 
gust. 

Bodus, /. -di, adj. disgusting; disgust- 
ful ; offensive. 

Bodziavolas, -o, sm. [Mt.] chronometer: 
clepsydra. 

Bokstas, -0, sm. tower; Babyliono—, 
the tower of Babel. 

Bole,/, -es, */. ball. 

Bomba, -os, sf. bomb; bullet. 

Bombarduotl (duoju, -davau, -duosiu), 
v. a. to bombard. 

Bonia, -ios, sf. arch, dome; cupola. 

Bonka, -OS, sf. bottle; flask ; flagon. Dim. 
-kele, -kute, sf. small bottle. 

Borta, -os, sf carpenter's ax : broad-ax. 

Bortininkas, -o, sm. [Mt] soldier arm- 
ed with a battle-ax. 

Bosas, -0, sm. barrel; | mns. base-viol; 
bass. 

Bosius, -iaus, sm. cooper. 

Bosti, see Nubost'. 

Bostras, -o, sm. bastard; natural child. 

Botagas, -o, sm. whip; lash. 

Botai, — Motai. 

Botanika, -os, sf. botany. 

Botanikas, -o, sm. botanist. 

Botaniskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. botanical. 

Botas, -o, sm. boat: vessel. 

Boti (boju, bojau, bosiu), v. a. to 
mind; to care; to heed. 

Botkotis, -c"io, sm. whipstock. 

Bova, -OS, */. toy; bawble; | play; 
amusement; pastime. 

Bovelna, -os, sf. cotton. = MedvtlnE. 

Bovytis (-vijuos, -vijaus, -vysiuos), v. 
rfl. to amuse or entertain one's self; 
to play. 

Brada, = Brasta. 

Bradus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzioji, adj. 
fordable. 

Braidyti (dau, -dziau, -dysiu), Braidzioti 
(-diioju, -dziojau, -dziosiu), v. afrq. 
to wade about; to walk about in a 
water; — kraujuose y to bathe in 
blood. 



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Brayti 



Brayti (-yju, -yjau, -ysiu), v. a. to play 
pranks; to play the wag. 

Braizymas, -0, sm. drawing; sketching; 
delineation. 

Braizinys, -io, sm. drawing; draft, 
draught; sketch. 

Braiziojimas, -0, sm. carving; scratch- 
ing; notching; | drawing. 

Braizyti (-zau, -ziau, -zysiu), Braizioti 
(-zioju, -ziojau, -ziosiu), v.a.frq. to 
carve; to notch; to scratch; | to 
draw; to sketch; to delineate. 

Braizytojas,/. -|a, *. carver; scratcher; 
| draughtsman. 

Braizomas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -mojl, 
adj. drawing: — mojiplunk*na, draw- 
ing pen; — mojilenta, drawing board. 

Braklinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
push, to thrust into; to cram. 

BrakSterejimas, -o, sm. snap; crack. 

BrakStereti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. inst. 
to crack. 

Branda, -os, sf. kernelling; ripening; 
[brandumas] pithiness; robustness; 
| richness in grain; fecundity. 

Brandingas,/. -ga, adj. = Biiandus. 

Brand in ti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to ker- 
nel; to ripen into kernels. 

Brandumas, -o, sm. state of being ker- 
nelly;pithiness;robustness;strength; 
| richness in grain; fecundity. 

Branduolingas,/. -ga,rte/to. -gasis,/. -go- 
Ji, adj. kernelly; full of kernels. 

Branduolingumas, -o, sm. richness in 
kernel or grain. 

Branduolinis,/. -ne, adj. of a kernel; be- 
longing (or pertaining) to a kernel. 

Branduolys, -io, sm. kernel; | nucleus. 

Brandus, /. -di, defin-. -dusis, /. -dzio|i, 
adj. kernelly; pithy; robust; | rich 
in grain; seedy; brand%s metai, a 
year rich in corn. | — dziai, adv. pith- 
ily; robustly. 
Branga, -08, sf. (brangumas) dearness; 

| mar. futtock. 
Brangakmenis, -io, sm. precious stone; 

gem; jewel. 
Brangenybe, -es, *f. dearness; | thing 

of great value; rarity. 
Brangiai, adv. at a high price; dearly; 

expensively. 
Brangybe, -es, sf. dearness. 



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Branginimas, -o, sm. valuation; setting 
of a high price; | estimation; esteem. 

Brangininkas, /. -ke, *. one who sells 
goods at a high price. 

Branginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to ask 
a high price; to value; to prize; to 
esteem. 

Brangintofas,/. -fa,*, valuer; esteemer. 

Brangmena,-os,^- thing of great value; 
rarity. 

Brangti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to 
grow dear; to go up in price; to rise 
in value. 

Brangumas, -o, Brangumelis, -io, sm. the 
state of being dear; dearness; high 
price. 

Brangumynas, -o, sm. thing of great 
value. 

Brangus, /. -gi, defin. -gusis, /. -gio|i, 
adj. dear; valuable; precious. Bran- 
gus Pone, Dear Sir. 

Branyti(-niju, -nijau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
play pranks. 

Branka, -os, sf swelling; tumor. 

Branktas, -0, sm. swing-tree; whiffle or 
Whipple tree; [bruzgulys] sling; 
halter. 

Brantai, -i|, sm. pi. med. syphilis. 

Brantas, -0, sm. bot. bindweed. Convol- 
vulus arvensis; | dodder. Cuscuta 
europaea. 

Brasta, -os, sf ford. 

Braske, -es, sf bot. garden strawberry. 
Fragaria elatior; | everlasting. He- 
lichrysum. 

Braske ji mas, -o, sm. crackling; crack- 
ing. 

Braiketi (-ku, -kejau, -kesiu), v. n. to 
crackle; to crack. 

Braskinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
crack; to cause to crack; to produce 
a sharp and abrupt sound; to snap. 

Braskus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kio|i, adj. 
crackling; making slight cracks. 

Braukytl (kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. frq., 
Braukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a.n. to 
brush along; to wipe; to rub; — kam 
per lupas, to mock one; to deride; to 
turn to ridicule. Linus braukti, to 
swingle; to clean the flax. = Bruk- 
ti. 

Brauktuvas, = Bkuktuvas. 

Bravoras, -o, sm. brew-house; brewery. 



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Brazdas 

Brazdas, -o, sm. sap-wood; alburnum. 
Brazdejimas, -o, sm. rustling; rustle. 
Brazdeti (-du, -dSjau, -desiu), v. n. to 

rustle. 
Brazduoti (-duoju, -davau, -duosiu), v. 

a. to scrape off the sap-wood. 
Brazelija,-os,*f. hot. brazil ; brazil-wood. 
BrekSle, -es, sf. hot. cystoseira. 
Breksta, -os, sf. day-break; dawn. 
Breksti (-k§ta, -Sko, -k§), v. impers. to 

dawn; to break; to show the first 

light. 
Bresti (brgstu, brendau, brgsiu), v. n. 

to harden into kernels; to kernel; 

to ripen; | to become pithy, robust. 
Breiis, = Bribzis. 
Brezle, -es, sf. orn. crake; corn-crake; 

land-rail. 
Brezti, = Brie2TI. 
Briauna, -os, sf. edge; border; brink; 

brim. 
Briauninis, /. -ne, adj. situated on the 

edge; edge...; brim... 
Briaunotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 

adj. brimmed; cornered; angular. 
Briautis (briaujuos, brioviaus, briau- 

siuos), v. rfl. to attempt to break in; 

to try to enter by force ; to foist one's 

self into; to squeeze one's self into. 
Bryde, -es, sm. track, trace, trail (left 

in a high grass or crop). 
Bridimas, -o, sm. wading. 
Bridinys, -io, sm. a kind of fisher's net; 

drag-net. 
Bridumas, -o, sm. repulsiveness; offen- 

siveness. 
Bridus, /. -di, ntr. -du, defin. -dusis, /. 

•dzioii, adj. repugnant; offensive; 

nauseous; distasteful. 
Briediena, -os, sf. meat of elk. 
Briedinis,/. -ne, adj. of elk; belonging 

(or pertaining) to the elk. 
Brledis, -dzio, sm. tool. elk. 
Briezis, -io, sm. scratch; notch; fissure; 

stripe; streak; [plunksna, paiSiuku] 

stroke; line; touch; [randas] scar; 

cicatrice. 
Brieziukas, -o, sm. match. 
Brlezti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), i.a. to scratch; 

to make a scratch; colioq. to write. 
Brlkas, -o f sm. wagon; carriage; buggy. 
Bryla, -OS, sf. cornice; projecture. 
Brylial, -iq, sm. pi. brim, flap (of hat). 



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Brillantas, -o, sm. brilliant; diamond. 

Briliantinis,/. -ne, adj. brilliant. 

Brylius, -iaus, sm. hat. 

Brinda, -os, sf. gather; flounce; ruffle. 

Brinkti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 
swell ; to bloat. 

Bristi (bredu, bridau, brisiu), v. n. to 
wade; to ford; — per upe^ to wade 
through a river; — \ skolas, to run 
into debt. 

Britonas, -o, sm. bull-dog; mastiff. 

Britva, -os, sf. razor. = Skutyklis. 

Brizas, -o, dim. -zelis, -ziukas, sm. slice 
(of meat). 

Brizi, -es, sf. hot. pine-strawberry. Pra- 
garia grand i flora. 

Brizgilas, -o, sm. bridle. 

Brizginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to feaze; 
to ravel ; to disentangle; — peil\ % to 
blunt a knife; — nagus, to peck 
one's fingers. 

Broga, -os, sm. dregs; brandy grounds. 

Broleiis, -Io, sm. [dim. of Brolis] dear 
little brother; | bot. chamomile. An- 
themis nobilis. 

Brolenas, -o, sm. nephew. 

Broliautis (-liaujuos, -liavaus, -liau- 
siuos), v. rfl. to fraternize; to form 
a friendship with. 

Broliavaikls, -Io, sm. brother's child; 
nephew. 

Broliazudybe, -es, sf. fratricide; the 
murder of one's own brother. 

Broliaiudys, -dzio, sm. murderer of his 
own brother; fratricide. 

Brolybi, -es, sf. brotherhood; fraternity. 

Broliene, -es, sf. brother's wife. 

Brolija, -os, sf. brotherhood ; religious 
society; society of monks. 

Brolis, -io, sm. brother. Dim. -lelis, -lytis, 
-liukas, -luzis, -zelis, (terms of endear- 
ment) dear brother; little brother. 

Brolyste, = BuolybE. 

BroiiSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|l, 
adj. brotherly; fraternal; — ka meUe % 
fraternal love. | — kai, adv. frater- 
nally; in a brotherly manner. 

BroliSkumas, -o, sm. fraternity. 

Broiiuotis, = Broliautis. 

Bromas, -o, sm. gate. 

Bronza, -os, sf. bronze. = 2alvaris. 

Bronzinis,/. -ne, adj. brazen. 

Brosas, -o, sm. wooer; lover; paramour. 



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Brucnago 

Brutnage, -es, sf. cloven hoop; hoof di- 
vided into two parts. 
Brudas, -o, sm. vermin. 
Brukas, -o*_ sm. pavement. = Grindi- 

NYB. 

Bruklinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to bind; 
to tie; to gag. 

Bruklys, -io, sm. cudgel; club; stick; 
[bruzgvlys] sling; halter; gag. 

Brukne, -at, sf. bot. red whortleberry; 
cowberry. Vaccinium vitis ideea. 

Brukime,-es,*f., Brukinys, Ao,sm. stripe; 
streak ; stroke ; 1 i ne. 

Bruksniuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. 4o|l, 
adj. streaked; streaky; striped. 

Brukitas, -o, sm. burin; graver. 

Brukti (-ku, -kau, -ksiu), v.a. to slip in- 
to; to squeeze into; — kamrubl\i 
rankq, to slip a rouble into one's 
hand; | [Hnus] to swingle; to scutch 
(the flax). Bruktis, v. rfl. to intrude; 
to sneak into; to try to enter by 
force; to foist one's self into. • 

Bruktuvas, -o, sm. swingling-stand ; 
sw ingle-staff. 

Bruktuve, -es, sf. swingling-knife. 

Brukuoti (-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu), v.a. 
to pave. = GrJsti. 

Bruoias, -0, dim. -zelis, -ziukas, sm. 
scratch; stripe; streak; stroke. 

Brusliotas, -o, sm. waistcoat; vest. 

Brutaliikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. brutal. | — kai, adv. brutally. 

Bruzdetl (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v.n. to be 
agitated; to bustle; to be disturbed; 
to be active. 

Bruzduklys, -io, dim. -Ielis, sm. pin; peg; 
clog: gag. 

Bruzgai, -i|, sm. pi bushes ; briars ; bram- 
bles; underwood; coppice, copse. 

Bruzgiai, adv. briskly; smartly; quick- 
ly. 

Bruzgulys, -io, sm. clog, gag; halter, 
sling; pack-stick. 

Bruzgumas,-o, sm. briskness; quickness; 
liveliness; agility. 

Bruzgus,/. -gl, defin. -gusis,/. -fliojl, adj. 
brisk; smart; lively; quick; agile. 

Bruzytl (-ziju, -jau, -zysiu), Bruzuoti 
(-zuoju, -zavau, -iuosiu), v. a. to 
scour; to scrub; to rub. 

Bubyti (-biju, -jau, -bysiu), v.a. to flog; 
to whip; to cudgel. 



59 Budinkas 

Bubnas, -o,sm. = Blonas. PI Bubnai-q, 

sm. diamonds (of cards). 
Bubnuoti(-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v.a. 

n. to drum; to boat the drum; to 

beat on the drum. 
Bud, Bu&iu, inter}, kiss! 
Bucas, -o, sm. bownet. 
Bu&iavimas, -o, sm. kissing. 
Bu&inys, -io, sm. kiss; kissing. 
Bu&iuoti (-fiuoju, -fciavau, -£ iuosiu), v. 

a. to kiss; to buss; to osculate. | — s, 

v. rfl. to kiss each other. 
Biidius, -iaus, sm. kiss, dtiotikam buH% 

to give a kiss; to kiss one; si%sti 

kam butty, to send a kiss; to kiss 

one's hand to a person; ] [butas] 

bownet. 
Bu&kis, -io, sm. kiss; buss. 
Buda, -os, dim. -dele, -dutS, sf. booth; 

tent. 
Budas,-o, sm. custom; habit; practice; 

mode; way; manner; [prigimtas] na- 
ture. Kokiu buduf in what manner? 

how? Tokiu — m, thus, in this man- 
• ner or way; on this wise. Itrasti bu- 

dq, to find means; to find a way; to 

find a remedy for or against. 
Budauninkas, -o, sm. builder. 
Budavo|imas, -o, sm. building. 
Budavone, -es, sf building; structure. 
Budavoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v.a. to 

build; to erect. 
Budavotojas,/. -|a,«. builder. 
Bude, -es, sf. oilstone; hone. 
Budejimas, -o, sm. watching; vigilance; 

waking. 
Budelis, -io, sm. hangman; executioner. 
Budes, -dziq, sf. pi. lich-wake. 
Budeti (-dziu, -dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 

wake; to be awake; [prie numirelio] 

to watch with a corpse. 
Budetojas,/. -|a,«. waker; watcher with 

a corpse. 
Budetuves, -iaj, sf. pi watch with a 

corpse; wake; lich-wake. 
Budyne, -as, sf. lich-wake; | solemnity 

for a dead person. 
Budinimas, -o, sm. awakening; rousing 

from sleep. 
Budininkas,/. -ke, adj. inhabitant of a 

tent; fig. cottager; | gram, adjective. 
Budinkas, -o, sm. building. 



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Budinli 

Budinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to awake; 
to awaken; to rouse from sleep. 

Bud re, -es, sf hot. gill ; ground ivy. 

Budrumas, -0, sm. vigilance; briskness. 

Bud r us,/, -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rioii, adj. 
vigilant; watchful; | brisk; smart. 
| — rial, adv. vigilantly; briskly. 

Budvardis, -dzio, sm. gram, adjective. 

Bugnas, -o, dim. -nelis, sm. drum. 

Bugnininkas, -o, sm. drummer. 

Bugnytl (niju, -nijau, -nysiu), Bugnuoti 
(-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v. a. n. to 
drum; to beat on the drum. 

Bugti, see Pabugti. 

Buile, -es, sf. hot. hemlock; cicuta. Co- 
nium maculatum; — vandenine, wa- 
ter hemlock; cow-bane. Cicuta viro- 
sa, 0. aquatica. 

Buinus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -nioji, adj. 
rank; luxuriant; exuberant. | — niai, 
adv. luxuriantly; exuberantly. | 
— numas, sm. luxuriance.exuberance; 
rankness. 

Buitis, -ies, sf. fact; reality. 

Buiza, = Buza. 

Bujoti (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. n. to 
grow luxuriant; to grow exuberant. 

Buk, impers. of Buti, be. | conj. that; 
as if; as it were. Nvdare buk niekad 
jo nemates, he acted as if he had not 
seen him before. 

Bukas, -o, sm. hot. beech. Fagus; ) orn. 
bittern. = Baublys. 

Bukinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to blunt; 
to dull. 

Bukis, -io, sm. any instrument with a 
blunted edge; — peilis, the blunt 
knife; — kirvis, the blunt ax; | fig. 
short and thick man; grub. 

Bukis, adv. as if ; for appearance. 

Bukle, -es, sf. residence; stay; abode. 

Bukliai, adv. subtly; shrewdly; cun- 
ningly. * 

Buklumas, -o, sm. subtlety; shrewdness; 
slyness; cunningness. 

Buklus, /. -If, defin. -lusis, /. -lioji, adj. 
subtle ; shrewd ; sly ; cunning; crafty. 

Buksuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), v. a. 
to tow (a boat or ship). 

Buksva, -os, sf. nave sheathing; hub 
lining. 

Buksvos, -ij, */. pi; (vulg.) drawers. 



60 Burbti 

Bukti (bunku, bukau, buksiu), v. n. to 

grow blunt; to grow dull. 
Bukumas, -o, sm. bluntness; obtuseness. 
Bukus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kio|i, adj. 

blunt; dull; obtuse. 
Bulatas, -o, sm. Turkish sabre. 
Bulbe, = BulvE. 
Buie, -es, sf. buttock. 
Bulionas, -o, sm. broth; soup; bouillon. 
Bulius, -laus, sm. bull. 
Buliuotis(-liuojuos,-liavaus,-liuosiuos), 

v. rfl. to copulate (said of cows). 
Bulvainis,/. -ne, adj. bulbous. 
Bulve, -es, sf. potato. 
Bulvenojai, -y, sm. pi. leaves and stems 

of potato. 
Bulviena, -os, sf. potato field. 
Bulviene, -es, sf. potato soup. 
Bumblys, -io, sm. edge; border; brink 

(of a straw roof). 
Bumburas, -o, dim. -rolls, sm. ball; {au- 

galo) bud; gem. 
Bumburuoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v. 

n. to bud; to put forth buds. 
Bunda, -os, dim. -dele, -dute, sf. loaf; 

small loaf; roll. 
Buntas, -o, sm. bundle; bunch; | [maiS- 

tas] riot; disturbance; mutiny. 
Buolas,/. -la, defin. -lasls,/. -lo|l, adj. 

hornless; dodded. 
Buolis, -io, sm. hornless ox ; — le, -es, 

sf. hornless cow. 
Buomas, -o, sm. turnpike; barrier: field- 
gate; | crow-bar; lever. 
Buore, -es, sf sail. 
Buorinis, = Burinis. 
Buozaite, -es, sf. little knob, stud; | hot. 

pistil. 
Buoze, -e%,sf. knob; stud; boss; [vezdas] 

mace; club. 
Buozetas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

knobbed; knobby; bossy. 
Buozgalve, -es, */. tadpole/ 
Buras,/. -re,*, peasant; farmer; | rus- 
tic; boor. 
Burbeti (bu, -b6jau, -b^siu), v. a. n. to 

grumble; to mutter; to gurgle. 
Burblenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a.n.to 

grumble; to mutter. 
Burbteleti (-Hu, -lejau, -lesiu), v. inst. 

to grumble, to mutter (but once). 
Burbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.n. to buzz; 

to hum. 



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Burbulas 61 

Burbulas, -o, sm. bubble. 

Burbuliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), 

v. n. to bubble; to boil; to rise in 

bubbles; ] to coo. 
Burftyti (-6iju, -£ijau, -cysiu), v. n. to 

rumble; to grumble. 
Bure, -os, dim. -riuti, */. {/am.) sheep: 

{fig. cont). silly fellow; [buore] sail. 
Burinis,/. -ne, adj. sail... 
Burys, -io, sm. crowd ; [an^, pauk$Hi{\ 

flock; [lytaus, led%\ shower; shower 

of rain or hail. 
Buriikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 

adj. boorish ; rustic | — kai, adv. rus- 
tically; boorishly. 
Buryte, -€s, sf. bot. catkin. 
Burkantas, -o f sm. bot. parsnip. Pasti- 

naca sativa. 
Burkas,-o, dim. -keifs, -kutis, sm. cage; 

bird-cage. 
Burkltis(-r§kiuos, -rskiaus, -rksiuos), v. 

rfl. to copulate (applied to s/ueps, 

goats, etc). 
Burkuoti (-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu), v. 

n. to coo. 
Burliokas,/. -ke, 9. Russian workman 

on river sail-boats. [ With Lithua- 
nians, usually the term is applied to 

any Russian], 
Burliokyne, -es, sf. place or village in- 
habited by Russians. 
Burna, -os, sf. mouth ;fig. mouthful; 

gulp; burnq imti, Usigerti, to take a 

drink; | face; burnq praustis, to 

wash one's face. 
Burnyti (-niju, -nijau, -nysiu), v.a.n. to 

mutter; to grumble; to jaw; to speak 

in rude terms; to scold. 
Burnogalis, -io, sm. mouthpiece. 
Bumotas, •o.sm. bot. blite; spinach. Bli- 

tum„ 
Burokas, -0, dim. -kelis, sm. bot. beet; 

beet-root. 
Burial, -i|, sta. pi. sorcery ; charm ; spell ; 

superstition; superstitious practice. 
Burias, -0, sm. superstition; | lot; Bur- 

tus mesti, to cast lots; — traukti, to 

draw lots. 
Burti(-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v.n. to spell; 

to charm ; to practice sorcery. 
Burtininkas,/.-ke, s. magician; sorcerer; 

conjurer; enchanter; wizard. 
Burtlninkybe, -es, sf. practice of witch- 
craft; sorcery. 



Buvoti 



Burzdeti (-zdu, -zdejau, -zdesiu), v. n. 
to stir; to bustle. 

Burzgeti (-gu, -gejau, -ggsiu), v. n. to 
bustle; to be agitated; to bo disturb- 
ed; I to buzz; to hum. 

Busena, -OS, sf. existence; | stay; so- 
journ. 

Busimas, /. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -moji, 
adj. coming; future. Busimas laikus, 
(gram.) future tense. 

Busis, adv. as if. 

Busokas, -0, sm. boat-hook; fire-hook. 

Bustas, -o, sm. house; abode; residence. 

Bust! (bundu, budau, busiu), v. n. to a- 
wake; to start out of sleep; to rouse. 

Bustyne, -es, sf. place of residence: 
abode. 

Butas, -0, dim. -telis, sm. house; dwell- 
ing house; cottage; hut. 

Butelys, -io, dim. -lelis, -liukas, sm. bot- 
tle. 

Butent, adv. namely; to wit. 

Buti [press, esmi (esmu, rsu; bunu or 

BUVU), ESI, YRA (ESTI); pi E8AME, 

esate, yra (esti); prat. buvau;/m/. 
busiu], v. conj. to be; to exist; to be 
at a place; to live at. 2ut or but, 
to die or live. Buk kaip ne-buv$; 
kaip bus teip bits, be it as it will; If t 
it turn out as it may. Kaip ten ne- 
buk, (ne-bure), be it as it may; not- 
withstanding that; nevertheless. 

Butybe, -es, sf. being; existence. 

Butin, adv. as if. 

Butinai, adv. necessarily; indispensa- 
bly; assuredly; certainly. 

Butinas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -noji, adj. 
essential; real; substantial; intrin- 
sic; material; | indispensable; re 
quisite. 

Butinumas, -0, sm. essentiality; | indis- 
pensable necessity. 

Butis, -ies, sf. existence. 

Buvaunas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i, 
adj. one who has traveled a great 
deal; experienced. 

Buvein6, -es, sf. residence; stay; abode; 
place of residence. 

Buvimas, -o, sm. being; existing. 

Buvis, -io, sm. being; existence; life. 
Kova ut buv\ % the struggle for exist- 
ence. 

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Buza 62 

use to go to a place; to use to live 
in a place or country; to be some- 
times; 1 to live. 

Buza, -os, *f gruel; pap; fig. mess; 
hodge-podge. 

Buzoti (-zoju, -zojau, -zosiu), v. a. to 
besmear; to soil. | — s, v. rfl. to be- 
smear, to soil one's self; fig. to weep; 
to cry. 

Buzys, -io, sm. scarecrow; bug; bug- 
bear. Buiiu kqpabaidyti, to frighten 
one with idle phantoms; to bugbear 
one. 



Clrkuliaras 



Cace, -es, sf. toy ; play-thing. 

Capt, interj. signifying a sudden grasp- 
ing at any thing. 

Caras, -o, cz&T;fig. despot; tyrant. 

Carfene, -es, sf. czarina. 

Cariskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, adj. 
czarish; like a czar; fig. despotic; 
tyrannical. | — kai, adv. in the man- 
ner of a czar; despotically. 

Ceberys, -io, sm. tub; wash-tub. 

Cedras, -o, sm. hot. cedar. 

Cedrinis,/. -ne, adj. of cedar; cedar... 

Cele, -es, sf. cell. 

Cementas, -o, sm. cement. 

Cementuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. 
a. to cement. 

Cenzorius, -iaus, sm. censor. 

Cenzura, -os, sf. censure. 

Cenzuruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v. 
a . to censure (books or manuscripts) . 

Cerata, -os, sf. oilcloth. 

Ceremonija, -jos, sf ceremony. 

Chemija, -os, sf. chemistry. 

Chemikas, -o, sm. chemist. 

Chemiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. chemical. | —kai, adv. chem- 
ically. 

Chinai, -i|, sm. pi. China. 

Chinietis, /. -to, *. Chinese; native of 
China. 

Chiniskas,/. -ka, adj. Chinese. 

Chirurgas, -o, sm. surgeon. 

Chirurgija, -|os, sf. surgery. 

Chirurgiskas, /. -ka, adj. surgical. | 
—kai, adv. surgically. 



Chloroformas, -o, sm. chloro- 
form. 

Chloroformuoti (muoju, -mavau, -muo- 
siu), v. a. to chloroform. 

Cholera, -os, sf. cholera. 

Chronika, -OS, */. chronicle; chronique. 

Chronfckas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|l, 
adj. chronic, chronical. | —kai, adv. 
chronically. 

Chronologija, -jos, sf. chronology. 

ChronologiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. 
-koji, adj. chronological. 

Cibe, -es, dim. -bute, sf. (colloq.) goat. 

Cibukas, -o, sm. stem (of a tobacco 
pipe). 

Cibulis,-io,*fti. hot. onion. = Svogunas. 

Cidabras, = Sidabras. 

Cielius, -iaus, sm. mark; bland; | cell. 

Ciesoraitis, -6io, sm. son of an emperor; 
— te, sf. daughter of an emperor 

Cfesorlene, -es, sf. empress; emperess. 

Ciesoryste, -es, sf. empire; monarchy. 

Ciesoriskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|l, 
adj. of emperor; imperial. | —kai, 
adv. after the manner of an emperor. 

Ciesorius, -iaus, sm. emperor. 

Ciferbliatas, -o, sm. dial. 

Cifra, -os, */. number; cipher. 

Cigaras, -o, sm. cigar. 

Cigonas, -o, see Cigonas. 

Cyklius, -iaus, sm. cycle. 

Cikorija, -|os, sf. succory, chiccory. Oi- 
chorium intybus. 

Cilinderis, -io, sm. Cilindra, -os, sf. cyl- 
inder. 

Cilindriskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. cylindric, cylindrical. 

Cimbolai, -q, sm. pi. cymbal. 

Cinamonas, -o, sm. cinnamon. 

Cinas, -o, sm. tin. 

Cininis,/. -ne, adj. tin; of tin. 

Cinkas, -o, sm. zinc; spelter. 

Ciprisas, -o, sm. hot. cypress; cypress 
tree. 

Cypti (-piu, -piau, -psiu ),t>.n. to pule; 
to whine. Cypteleti (-liu, -lejau, -1§- 
siu), v. inst. to pule but once. 

Cirkeiis, -io, sm. compass; pair of com- 



Cirkuliaci|a,-ios, sf circulation;— kraut- 
jo, circulation of the blood; — pint- 
g%, currency. 

Clrkuliaras, -o,«m. circular; circulating 
letter. 



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Cirkuiiuoti < 

Cirkuliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), r. 

a. to circulate. 
Cyrulys, -io, sm. orn. lark. 
Cirulnikas, -o, sm. barber; barber-sur- 
geon. 
Cit, Citie, inter j. hist! hush I hark! 
Citadele, -es, */. citadel. 
Citata, -os, sf. citation; quotation. 
Citra, -os t sf. cithara. 
Citrina, -os, sf. citron tree; lemon tree; 

(ramus) lemon. 
Citrininis, /. -ne, adj. lemon... 
Cituoti (tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. to 

cite; to quote. 
CRvaras, -o, sm. zedoary; worm-seed. 

Curcuma Zedoaria. 
Civiiiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|l, 

adj. civil. CiviHSkos tiesos t civil law; 

common law. 
Chrilizacija, -os, sm. civilization. 
Chrilizatorius,/. -r$, *. civilizer. 
Civil izuoti (-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu), v. 

a. to civilize. 
Colinis, /. -ne, adj. of an inch long or 

thick. 
Colis, -io, sm. inch.. 
Cukradeze, -es, sf. sugar-box. 
Cukrine, -es, sf. candy; bonbon; [cukra- 
deze] sugar-box; [saldumvny dirbtu- 

ve] confectionery; [cukraus dirbtu- 

ve] sugar refinery. 
Cukringas, / -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 

adj. full of sugar; abounding with 

sugar. 
Cukrinis, /. -nS, adj. sugar... Cukrine 

lendre, (bot.) sugar cane. Saccharum 

officinarum. 
Cukrus, -aus, sm. sugar. 
Cvakteleti (-liu, -lejau, -lesiu), v. inst. 

to strike, to hit (but once). 



iaizyti (-zau, -ziau, -iysiu), v.frq. to 

whip; to lash; to flog. 
taple, -js, sf. om. heron. = Garnys. 
te, = Cia. 
iebatas, -o, sm. boot. Juoktis iSponote- 

bat% % (fig.) to make sport of; to laugh 

at in contempt. 



Clarsketi 

fiebatelis, -io, sm. [dim. of Cebatas] 
little boot; | bot. species of flower 
of the genus Levandula. 

fiebatuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, / -toji, 
adj. with boots; having boots on; 
booted. 

fiedyti (diju, -dijau, -dysiu, or -dau, 
-dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to save; to econ- 
omize; to preserve; to spare. 

£eklel$, -es, sf. orn. linnet. 

(ekiikas, -o, sm. bodice. = Riklikas. 

(emeryiia, -ios, sf. Cemerys, -io, sm. bot. 
bitter-wort; white hellebore. Vera- 
trum album, v. Helleborus albus. 

fioptius, -iaus, sm. cap; mob-cap. 

(•prone I is, -io, sm. bot. brotherwort; 
wild thyme. Thymus serpyllum. 

Ceral, -ij, sm. pi cftarms; spell. 

(eraslas, -0, sm. purse ^ money-bag; 
pocket-book. 

fierauninkas, /. -ke,«> enchanter; sorcer- 
er. 

fierga, -os, sf. turn. Eisiu, kaip ateU 
mano cerga, I shall go when it comes 
my turn. 

(erkasas, -o, sm. kind of home-made 
cloth. . 

fiernuska, -os, sf. bot. fennel-flower; fen- 
nel-flower seed. Nigella. 

fierpe, -es, dim. -pele, sf. kind of earth- 
en pot; pipkin; | tile. 

fierukai, -i|, sm. pi. bot. water cresses, 
genus Sisymbrium. 

fiesnakas, -o, sm. bot. garlic. Allium. 
— laukinis, bear's garlic. Allium 
ursinum. 

fiesnis, -ies, sf treat; entertainment; 
banquet. Toks tok\ pazino ir ant £e*~ 
nies pnvadinOy (prov.), birds of a 
feather flock together. 

(etvergas, = Ketvbrgas. 

foverykas, -o, sm. shoe. 

Cevorykuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 
adj. with shoes; having shoes on; 
shod. 

fiia, adv. here; hither. Cia-pat, here; 
close to; near by. 

(iabuvls, /. -ve, *. native; native of this 
place, of this country; homeling. 

filagimis, /. -me, *. native; indigene. 

Ciarskejimas, -o, sm. jingling; jingle. 

Clarsketi (-§ku, -Skejau, -Skesiu), v. n. 
to jingle; to clink; to chink. 



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Ciaudymas 

Ciaudymas, Ciaudejimas, -o, sm. sneezing; 

sternuation. 
Ciaudyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), Ciaudeti 
(-dziu, -dejau, -desiu), v.n. to sneeze. 
Ciaudulys, -io, sm. sneeze; sternuation. 
Ciaudzold, -es, sf. bot. black christ hel- 
lebore; Christmas rose. Helleborus 
niger. 
Ciaupytis (-paus, -piaus, -pysiuos), v.rfl. 
frq. to behave affectedly; to smile 
at; to simper. 

Ciaupti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v.a. to con- 
tract; to draw the parts together; 
— lupas, to shut the lips. | — s, v. 
rfl. to contract itself; to shut one's 
lips. 

Ciauskejimas,-o,#w chirping; warbling. 

Ciausketi (-kiu, -kejay, -kesiu), v. a. n. 
to warble; to chirp; to chirk. 

Ciauzinetl (-neju, -neju, -nesiu), v. frq., 
Ciauzti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v.a. to slide; 
to glide; [antledo] to skate; limed}] 
to crawl; to climb. 

Cydras, -o, sm. vail, veil. 

Cielas, /. -la, defin. -lasis, /. -lo|i, adj. 
whole; total; all; entire; safe; not 
broken. 

ftielybe, -es, sf. wholeness! entireness. 

Ciepas, -o, dim. -pel is, sm. graft. 

Ciepyjimas, -o, sm. [medtiy] grafting; 
[raupliti] vaccination. 

fiiepyti (-piju, -pijau, -pysiu) f v.a. [me- 
d(\ to graft; [rauple*] to vaccinate; 
to inoculate with small-pox. 

Cieporius, -iaus, sm. grafter; [raupliti] 
vaccinator; vaccinist. 

Cin&beris, -io, sm. bot vervain. Verbe- 
na officinalis. 

Ciobras, -o, sm. bot. savory; summer 
savory; summer-garden. Satureia 
hortensis. 

Ciobrelis, -io, sm. bot. wild thyme; 
brother- wort. Thymus serpyllum. 

iion, Clonal, adv. here; hither. 

Cionykstis, /. -te, adj. of this place; na- 
tive. 

typseti (-siu, -sejau, -sesiu), v. frq. to 
pip; to peep; to chirp; to pule (as a 
cJiicken). 

Cypti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v.n. to pule; 
to squeak; to pip; fig. to whine; to 
whimper. 

Ciras, -o, sm. excrescence (on a birch- 
tree). 



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Ciuozti 



tyryla, -os, sf [Jusk.] sling; running 

knot; lasso. 
Cirkslys, -io, sm. chirper; fig. whinef ; 

crier; | ent. cricket. 
CirkSti (-rskiu, -rskiau, -rkSiu), v. n. f 

CirSketi (-kiu, -kejau, -kesiu), v. frq. 

to chirp; fig. to whine; to cry. 
Cirpa, -os, sm. scraper; bad fiddler. 
£irpinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to scrape; 

to play awkwardly (on a fiddle). 
CirSkejimas, -o, Cirskesis, -io, sm. chirp- 

Cirsketi, see Cirksti. 

Cirvai, -y, sm. pi. hearts (of cards). 

Cystas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toil, adj. 

clear; clean; neat; pure. | — tai, adv. 

cleanly; neatly. 
tystata, -os, sf chastity. = Nekaltt- 

Bfi. 

Cystyti (-stiju, -stijau, -stysiu), v. a. to 

clean; to cleanse. [Pol. CzYscid, to 

clean; to purge] . = Valyti. 
Ciugunas, -o, sm. cast-iron. 
Ciuinas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -noli, adj. 

neat; clean; cleanly. ) — nai, ado. 

neatly; cleanly. 
Ciuinytis (-nijuos, -nijaus, -nysiuos), v. 

rfl. to clean one's self; to dress one's 

self neatly. 
Ciuinumas, -o,sm. neatness; cleanliness. 
Ciuke, -es, sf (colloq.) swine; chuk. 
Ciukuras, -o, sm. top; crest; summit; 

pitch. Pasiekti tiukurq, to reach the 
. highest point. 
Ciulbeti (-bu, -bejau, -besiu), v. n. to 

chirp; to sing: to warble. 
Ciulbti, = Ciulpti. 
Ciulkinys, -io, sm. kind of cake made 

of oatmeal. 
Ciulpikas, /. -ke, s. sucker; | sucket; 

sweat meat for the mouth. 
Ciulpimas, -o, sm. suck; sucking. 
Ciulpinys, -io, sm. sucket. 
Ciulpti (-piu, -piau -psiu), v.a. to suck: 

to draw with the mouth. 
£iuopti(-piu, -piau, -psiu), v.a. to grasp; 

to seize; to catch. 
Ciuozikas,/. -ke, *. creeper; slider; [se- 

nutemis] skater. 
Ciuozykla, -os, sf sliding path; [senute- 

mis] skating rink. 
Ciuozti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v. n. to slide; 

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6iupine)imas 65 

Ciupinejimas, -o, sm. (the act of) touch- 
ing; feeling; groping. 

6iupineti(-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.a.frq. 
to feel; to touch about; to grope 
about. 

Ciupnus, /. -ni, defln. -nusls, /. -nioji, adj. 
[Si.] palpable; plain; obvious. | 
— niai, adv. palpably. | — numas, sm. 
palpabieness; palpability. 

Ciupra, -os y sf tuf t of hair (on the head). 

Ciuptereti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. in#t. f 
Ciupti(6iumpu, ciupau, Siupsiu), v. a. 
to grasp; to seize; to gripe; to catch 
with the hand. 

Ciurksle, -es, sf. stream; jet. 

Ciurkslenti (-nu, -nau, -nshn, Ciurksnoti 
(-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v.dur., (iurks- 
ti (-rskiu, -rSkiau, -rksiu), v. n. to 
purl; to flow, to run with a mur- 
muring sound; to babble^ 

(iurnis, -ies, sf. anat. ankle; joint; 
wrist. 

Ciuzyne, -es, sf. slide. = Ciuozykla. 

fruiineii (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.frq. 
to slide; to glide; to skate. 

Civiruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, ruosiu), v. n. 
to chirp; to twitter. 

6yze, -es, sf. poll tax; quit rent. 

tyzininkas, /. -ke, s. one who has to pay 
his quitrent; tributary. 

6yzma, -os, sf. compulsory labor; 
drudgery; ignoble toil. 2. hot. yar- 
row; milfoil. Achillea millefolium. 

tvertis, -ies, sf. quarter. = Bertainis. 

Cvieras, -o, sm. something unnatural; 
monster; prodigy; freak. 



D 



Da, Dar, adv. yet; still. Da ne % not yet. 
Da syhi, once more. 

Daaugti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu) v.n. to grow 
up; to reach to. 

Daba, -OS, sf civilization; culture; | 
[Jusk.] nature or essence or attri- 
butes of a man's soul. 

Dabar, Dabartes, adv. now; at present. 
Dabar ir visados, now and forever. 

Dabarnykstis, /. -te, Dabartinis,/. -ne, adj. 
present: of present time ; of to-day. 

Dabartis, -€io,#m. present time; present. 



Dabingas, /. -ga, defln. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. cultured; civilized; | elegant; 
neat; foppish; vain; trifling. | — gai, 
adv. neatly; foppishly. 

Dabingumas, -o, sm. civility; | neatness; 
foppishness; showy; vanity. 

Dabinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to adorn; 
to ornament; to embellish; to grace. 
| — S, v. rfl. to trim one's self; to 
dress one's self neatly; to be fop- 
pish. 

Dabisnumas, -o, sm. foppishness. 

Dabisnus, /. -ni, defln. -nusis, /. -nioji, 
adj. foppish: trifling; vain. | — niai, 
adv. foppishly. 

Dabojimas, -o,sm. (the act of) watching; 
tending: [megimas] liking. 

Dabona, -es, sf. watch; guard; [megi- 
mas] liking; sympathy; disposition; 
inclination. 

Daboti (boju, -bojau, -bosiu), v. a. to 
watch; to tend; to look after; [meg- 
ti\ to like; to care for. 

Dabotinai, adv. attentively. 

Dabotingas, /. -ga, defln. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. attentive; careful. | — gai, adv. 
carefully; attentively. 

Dabotingumas, -o, sm. carefulness; anxi- 
ety; vigilance. 

Dabudavoti (-voju, -vojau f -vosiu), v. a. 
to add to a building; to erect a 
building by the side of another. 

DadeSkas, -0, sm. addition; appendage; 
supplement, appendix. = Pried as. 

Dadeti (-dedu, -dejau, -desiu), v. a. to 
add to; to put to. 

Daduoti (-duodu, -daviau, -duosiu),t>.a. 
to give to; to add to; to cast to. 

Daga, -os, sf crop; harvest. 

Dagi, Dargi, adv. even; as well. 

Dagilelis, -io, sm. orn. redbreast. 

Dagilis, -io,*wi. hot. wood longwort. An- 
gelica; | orn. redbreast; robin. 

Dagirsti (-rstu, -rdau, -rsiu), v. a. n. to 

- have heard; to hear rightly. 

Dagis, DagiSis, -io, sm. bot. thistle; 
prickly plant; avens; bennet. Qeum 
urbanum. 

Dagiuotas, /. -ta, defln. -tasis, /. -to|i, 
adj. thistly; prickly; thorny. 

Dagumas, -o,*w. combustibleness; com- 
bustibility. 

Dagus, /. -gi," defln. -gusis, /. -gioji, adj. 
combustible; inflamable. 



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Datgas 

Daigas, -o, dim. -gelis,«m. germ; sprout; 
sucker; shoot. 

Daigavimas, -o, sm. germinating; germi- 
nation. 

Daiginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to ger- 
minate; to cause to sprout; [selyklq] 
to malt. 

Daigstas, -o, sm. basting thread; baste; 
stitch. 

Dalgstyti (-stau, -s&au, -stysiu), v.a. to 
baste; to stitch. 

Daigtas, -o, sm. thing; matter: subject; 
object; | place. 

Daigtavardis, -dzio, sm. gram, noun; 
substantive. 

Daigtinis,/. -ne, adj. material; substan- 
tial; [victim*] local. 

Daigtys, -c"io, sm. wick; [nudeffes] snuff. 

Daigtvardis, = Daigtavabdis. 

Daiguoti (guoju, -gavau, -guosiu), v.a. 
to germinate. 

DaikL..,«i£ Daigt... 

Daila, -os, sf. art; fine arts. 

Daildarybe, -es, sf. artisan's trade. 

Daildarys,/. -re,*, artificer; artisan. 

DaildariSkas,/. -ka, defin. .kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. artificial; artistic; artistical. ) 
— kai, adv. artificialy; artistically. 

Daile, = Daila. 

Dailenybe, -es, sf. fine arts. 

Dailiai,tf</p. artfully; beautifully; hand- 
somely; nicely. 

Dailyda, -os,*f. architect; carpenter. 

Dailydauti (dauju, -davau, -dausiu), v. 
n. to practice the business of build- 
ing or carpentry; to be a carpenter. 

Dailydybe,-es,*/. architecture; carpentry. 

Dailininkas, /. -ke, *• artist, 

Dailininkauti (kauju, -kavau, -kausiu), 
v. n. to practice fine arts. 

Dailinis, /. -ne, adj. of fine arts; per- 
taining to art. 

Dailinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v a. to make 
beautiful; to adorn; to grace. 

Dailiskas, /. -ka, defin. .kasis, /. -koji, 
adj pertaining to art; artistic(al). | 
—kai, adv. artistically. 

Dailius, -laus, sm. artist. 

Dai I urn as, -o, sm. beau ti fulness; ele- 
gance; beauty. 

Dailus,/. -li, ntr. -lu, defin. -lusis,/. -lio- 
)i, adj. artful: beautiful; handsome, 
fine; nice; fair; elegant. 



66 Dalykas 

Daina, -o$, sf. song; poem. Kartika - , 
battle {or war) song. Svodbine—, 
nuptial song. Tautiska — , national 
song. Dim. Dalneie, -nute, -nuie, -nu- 
zele, nice little song. [Note: Never 
use the term Daina for a sacred 
hymn which is GiksmE]. 

Dainavimas, -o, sm. singing. 

Dainininkas, /. -ke, s. singer; songster; 
/. songstress. 

Dainininkybe, -es, sf. the art of compos- 
ing secular songs; poesy; poetry. 

Dainius, -iaus, sm. bard ; poet. 

Dainuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v.a. 
n. to sing (a secular song). 

Dairytis (-raus, -riaus, -rysiuos), v. rfl. 
to look on all sides; to gaze about. 

Daktaras, -o,sm doctor; physician. Dak 
tare, -es, sf. doctress, doctoress; fe 
male physician. 

Daktarauti (-rauju, -ravau, -rausiu), v 
n. to be a doctor; to practice medi 
cine. 

Daktarybe, Daktaryste, -es, sf. doctorship 
practice of medicine. 

Daktariskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. of a physician; doctoral. |— kai 
adv. doctorally; in the manner of a 
physician. 

Daktiie, -es, sf. hot. date palm; date 
tree; ivaisius) dute. 

Daktylius, -iaus, sm. dactyl. 

Dalba, -os, sf lever; handspike. 

Daleidimas, -o, sm. permission; leave; 
admission; | supposition. 

Daleisti (-leidziu, -lcidau, -leisiu), v. a. 
to admit; to permit; to allow; to 
suppose. Daleiskime sau f let us sup- 
pose. 

Dalgiakotis, -Sio, sm. snath; handle of a 
scythe. 

Dalgininkas, /. -ke, s. soy the seller; sol- 
dier armed with a scythe. 

Dalginis,/. -ne, adj. of a scythe. 

Dalgis, -io, sm. scythe. 

Dalybos, -q, sf. pi. dividing; division: 
partition; sharing; share; | partak- 
ing; participation. 

Dalykas, -0, sm. thing; matter; subject: 
affair; concern; business; case. Tai 
mano dalykas, that is my concern; 
it is my business. Tai kits dalykas, 
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Dalymas 

ties dalyko prietii, to come (or to get) 
to the point. 

Dalymas, Dalinimas, -o, sm. (the act of) 
dividing: division; partition. 

Dalininkas, /. -ke, s. sharer; partaker; 
arith. divisor. 

Dalininkauti (-kauju, -kavau, -kausiu), 
r.n. to participate. = Dalyvauti. 

Dalinys, -lo, sm. portion; share. 

Dalis, -ies, sf. part; share: | lot; fate; 
destiny. Tokiajau mrruokUty dalis, 
such is the fate of mortals. 

Daiysena, -os, sf. division; partition. 

Dalyti (-lau, or liju, -liau, or -lijau, -ly- 
siu)» t.a. to part; to divide; to appor- 
tion; to distribute. 

Dalytinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /• -no|l, 
prt. worth to be divided; divisible. 

Dalytojas, /. -)a, *. divider; distributer. 

Dalyvas,/. -va, defin. -vasis,/. -voii, adj. 
partaking; participating. 

Dalyvauti (-vauju, -vavau, -vausiu), v. 
n. to participate; to partake. 

Palyvautoias,/. -|a, *. partaker; partici- 
pant. 

Dalyvavimas, -o, sm. participation. 

Dalyvybe, -as, sf. participation; assist- 
ance. 

Dalomas, /. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -mo|i, 
adj. divisible. | — mimas, sm. divisi- 
bleness; divisibility. 

Damai, -4, sm. pi. draughts; checkers. 

Damaiente, -es, sf draughtboard; 
checkerboard. 

Damas, -0, Dambis, -lo, sm. dam; dike. 

Dambras, -0, sm. Jews-harp; Jews- 
trump. 

Danas,/. -nS, *. Dane; native of Den- 
mark. 

Dangiuotas, = Dantuotas. 

Daneiejas, /. -|a, Danesikas,/. -ke, s. re- 
porter; denunciator. 

Danesimas, -o,*w. report; denunciation; 
delation; accusation. 

Daneiti (-Su, -Siau, -5iu), v.a. to carry to 

a place; | to let know; to report; to 

denunciate; to denounce; to inform 

against. 

Danga, -os, sf. covering; fig. dress; 

clothes. 
Dangalas, -o, sm. covering; cover; [ut- 

danga] curtain; veil; fig. shelter. 
Danginis,/. -ne, adj. of heaven; celes- 
tial. 



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Dangintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to trans- 
port; to remove from one place to 
another. | — s, v. rfl. to emignte; to 
remove from one place to another.. 

Dangiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -kojl, 
adj. heavenly, celestial. 

Dangstymas, -0, sm. (the act of) covering. 

Dangstytl (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), v. frq. 
to cover. 

Dangte, -es, sf cover; bed cover; [tUno- 
ne] blanket; [medvilnemis, etc. pa- 
mu&ta] quilt. 

Dangtls, -£io, sm. cover; lid; top; \sto- 
gas] roof. 

Dangus, -aus, sm. heaven ; sky. Dangaus 
rakteUni, {pot.) cowslip; palsy wort. 
Primula officinalis. Dangaus atarele, 
forget-me-not. Myosotis. 

Danietis, /. -te, s. [= Danas, /. -n£] 
Dane; native of Denmark. Danija, 
-Jos, sf. Denmark. Daniskas, /. -ka, 
defin. -kasis, /. -ko)i, adj. Danish. 

Dantingas, /. -ga, defin. -kasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. toothy; having many teeth. 

Dantininkas, /. -ke, *. dentist. 

Dantinis, /. -ne, adj. dental. 

Dantis, -ies, and -Cio, pi. —\\s f *m. tooth; 
pi. teeth. QarankHiniai, kruminiai, 
kresliniai dantis, molar teeth; grind- 
ers. Akiniai, iltiniai — , laniary 
teeth; dog (or canine) teeth. Pry 8a- 
kiniai — , incisors; cutting teeth. 
Dantis rodyti t to show the teeth ; to 
menace; to grin (at, on). Dantis 
grieiti, to gnash the teeth. Dant\ 
atkqsti, (fig. ) to have enough of a 
thing; to be tired of. 

Dantuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toil, 
adj. toothed; dentate; jagged. 

Dantuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 
to tooth; to dent; to indent. 

Dapildymas, -0, sm. filling up; comple- 
tion; fulfillment. 

Dapildyti (-dau, -diiau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
fill full; to fulfill, to make full by 
adding to. 

Dar, see Da. 

Darata, -os, sf Dorothy. 

Darbadavejas, /. -|a, Darbadavys,/. -ve, s. 
employer. 

Darbas, -0, sm. work; labor; act; deed. 
Darbo pele, laborious man or wo- 
man; toiler; 1 a thing done; deed; 



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Darbautis 

performance. Keno tai darbasf who 
did it? who is the master of the 
deed? PI. Darbai, -ij, sm. acts; deeds. 
Darbai apaUalu, The Acts of the 
Apostles. 

Darbautis(-baujuos, -bavaus,-bausiuos), 
Darbuotis (-buojuos, -bavaus, -buo- 
siuos), v. rfl. to labor; to work; to 
busy one's sel f with ; to employ one's 
self with, (in). 

Darbaviete, -es, *f. working place; work- 
ing house; work-shop. 

Darbdavejas, /. -ja, * Darbdavys, /. -ve, s. 
employer = DarbadavEjas. 

Darbymetis, -Cio, sm. working time: sea- 
son of toil; season of hard work. 

Darbingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. laborious; industrious. | — gai, 
adv. laboriously. 1 — gumas, sm. la- 
boriousness. 

Darbininkas,/. -ke, 8. laborer; worker; 
workman; workingman, /. work- 
woman; hand. 

Darbinis,/. -ne, «<(/. work...; working... 

Darbyveikslis, [81.] active. 

Darbstumas, -0, sm. laboriousness; in- 
dustry, diligence. 

Darbstus,/. -ti, defin. -tusls,/. -5io|l, adj. 
laborious; industrious; diligent. 
Darbs&ai, adv. laboriously. 

Darbumas, -o, s?n. laboriousness; dili- 
gence. 

Darbuotis, see Darbautis. 

Darbus,/. -bi, defin. -busis,/. -bioji, adj. 
active; laborious; diligent. 

Darda, -OS, smf. chatterer; babbler; tat- 
tler; prattler. 

Dardeti (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v.n. to rat- 
tle; to clatter. 

Dargana, -OS, sf. drizzly, rainy weather; 
nasty weather. 

Darganotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 
adj. drizzly; rainy; nasty. 

Darganoti (noja, -nojo, -nos),fl. impers. 
to rain; to drizzle. 

Dargi, = Dagt. 

Darylai, -y, sm. pi. dye: coloring liquor. 

Darineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.frq. 
to shut and open repeatedly; [mhd- 
neti] to eviscerate. 

Darinys, -io, sm. gram, object. 

Daryli (-rau, riau, -rysiu), v. a. to do; 
to make; [daiyti] to dye; to stain; 
— duris, to shut or open the door. 



68 Dasileisti 

Daryiinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i 

prt. worthy of being done. 
Darytojas, /. -)a, *. maker; [daiytqjas] 

dyer; [diiri%] opener. 
Darketi (-kgju, -kejau, -kgsiu), v. n. to 

grow ugly. 
Darkymas, -o, sm. (the act of) spoiling; 

disfiguring; defacement. 
Darkyti (kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 

spoil; to disfigure; to deform; to 

deface. 
Darkytojas,/. -|a, *. spoiler; defacer. 
Darkus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kio)i, adj. 

ugly; deformed; bawdy; indecent; 

spoiled; rusty; rancid; naughty. 
Darodymas, -o, sm. proof; demonstra- 
tion; argument; evidence. 
Darodyti (dau, -dziau, -dysiu), r. a. to 

demonstrate; to show; to prove. 
Darva, -os, sf. pitch; tar; | resinous 

wood. 
Darvadegys, -Io, sm. pitchburner. 
Darvingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 

adj. pitchy; abounding with pitch 

or tar. 
Darvokine, -es, sf. torch; link. 
Darzas, -o, sm. garden -.kitchen garden; 

| park. Dim. -zelis, -io, sm. flower 

garden; parterre. 
Darzine, -es, sf. barn; shed. 
Darzininkas,/. -ke, s. gardener; | owner 

of a small piece of ground; cottager 
Darzininkybe, -es, sf. gardening; horti- 
culture. 
Darzinis, /. -ne, adj. garden... 
Darzove, -es, sf. vegetable. PI. — ves, 

greens; potherbs. 
Dasekimas, -o, sm. finding out (by in- 
vestigation). 
Dasekti (-ku, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to find 

out (by investigation;; to trace out. 
Dasiekli (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 

reach to. 
Dasigauti (gaunu, -gavau, -gausiu), v. 

rfl. to get to; to arrive at. 
Dasiklausineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), 

Dasiklausti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. rfl. 

to learn by inquiring; to find out 

by inquiring. 
Dasileisti (-leidziu, -leidau, -leisiu), v. 

rfl. to admit one's self; [papildyti] 

to commit; to perpetrate; — nuode- 

mes, to commit a sin. 



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Dasiliesti 

Dasiliesti (-lieSiu, -lieclau, -liesiu), v. 
rfl, to touch ; to feel. 

Dasilytejimas, -o, sm. touching: touch; 
feeling. 

Dasilyteti (-ly£iu, -lytgjau, -tesiu), v. 
rfl. to touch; to feel. 

Dasimislyti (-liju, -lijau, -lysiu), v. rfl 
to conjecture; to surmise; to guess. 

Dasiprasti (prantu, -pratau, -prasiu), 
Dasiproteti (teju, -tejau, -tesiu), v. 
rfl. to conjecture; to guess; to sur- 
mise. 

Dasizinoti (zinau, -nojau, nosiu), v. rfl. 
to inquire; to learn; to get informa- 
tion. 

Dastatyti ( statau, -sta&au, -tysiu), v a. 
to procure; to furnish; to supply; 
[dabudavoti] to add to a building: 
to erect (a building) by the side of 
another. 

Data, -os y sf. date. 

Datyrimas, -o, sm. experience. 

Datirtas,/. A&,prt. tried; tested; known 
by experience; experienced. 

Datirti (-tiriu, -tyriau, -tirsiu), v.n. to 
experience; to learn by' experience; 
— gero vr blogo, to experience good 
and evil. 

Datule, -ts, sf. hot: date-tree; date-palm. 
PhcjBiiix dactilifera. 

Datuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 
to date. 

Daturejimas, -o, sm. enduring; holding 
out to the end. 

Datureti (-riu f -rejau, -resiu), v. a. to 
holdout; to endure; to bear; — bo- 
dj, to keep one's word. 

Dauba, -os, sf. deep dale; hollow; ra- 
vine. 

Daubotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toJi,<irf/. 
abounding with deep dales; having 
hollows or pits. 

Daug, Daugel, adv. much; many; great 
deal. Comp. — giau, more; sup. — 
giausiai, most; mostly; for the 
most part. 

Daugel is, -io, sm. many; great number. 

Daugeriopas, /. -pa, defin. -pasis,/. -poji, 
adj. manifold; of many different 
kinds. | —pal, adv. manifoldly. 

Dauggalybo, -os, sf, mightiness; power- 
fulness. 
Dauggaljs, /. At, adj. mighty; power- 



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ful. Davggal{* Pane, Your Mighti" 
ness. 

Daugybe, -os, sf. great number; multi- 
tude. 

Daugyn, adv. more; — eiti, to grow 
more; to grow more in quantity; to 
increase. 

Dauginimas, -o, sm. (the act of) increas- 
ing; multiplication. 

Daugininkas, -o, sm. arithm. multiplier. 

Dauginti ( nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to in- 
crease; to multiply. | — s, v. rfl. to 
increase; to grow in quantity or 
number; to multiply. * 

Daug into jas,/. -ja, *. increaser; multi- 
plier. 

Daugis, -io, sm. many; great number. 

Daugiur, adv. in many places. 

Daugkalbis, /. -be,*, talkative person; 
babbler. 

Daugkaibyste, -os, sf. talkativeness; lo- 
quacity. 

Daugmena, -os, sf. = Dauguma; [whole- 
sale. 

Daugmeninis,/. -no, adj. plural; whole- 
sale. 

Daugmetinis,/. -no; Daug metis,/. At, adj. 
of many years; perennial. 

Daugnora, -os, smf. one who desires 
much; insatiable creature. 

Daugpatybe, -es, sf. polygamy. 

Daugsinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to in- 
crease; to multiply. 

Daugskaita, -os, sf. gram, plural num- 
ber. 

Dauguma, -OS, sf. the most part; major- 
ity; plurality. 

Daugumas, -o, sm. large number; great 
quantity; multitude. 

Dauguva, -os, sf. Duna or Dwina (river). 

Daugzemis,/. -me, s. owner of a large 
piece of ground. 

Dausineti( neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 71. 
to soar about; fig. to roam about. 

Dausos, -4, sf.pl. atmosphere; air. 

Dauzymas, -0, sm. (the act of) beating, 
striking; breaking; routing. 

Dauzyti (zau, ziau, -zysiu), v. frq. to 
break; to dash- to pieces; to beat; to 
cudgel. I — s, v. rfl. to beat each 
other; to fight. 

Davadas, -0, sm. argument; evidence, 
proof; [tvarka] order. Suvestii da- 



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Davadnas 

vadq, to put or set in order; to es- 
tablish good order. 

Davadnas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i, 
adj. orderly; decent ; systematic. 

Davadziojimas, -o, sm. demonstration; | 
commandment. 

Davadzioti (-dzioju, -dziojau, -dziosiu), 
v.frq. to prove; to demonstrate; | to 
command; to lead; to direct. 

Davadziotojas,/. -|a, s. demonstrator; | 
leader; commander; conductor. 

Davatka, -OS, sfm. devotee. 

Davatkynas, -o, sm. dwelling house or 
devotees; almshouse. 

Davejas,/. -|a, *. giver: donor. Davejas 
rodos, adviser; admonisher. 

Davesti (-vedu, -vedziau, -vesiu), v.a. to 
lead to; [darodyti] to demonstrate; 
to prove. 

Davezti (-veiu, -veziau, -ve§iu), v. a. to 
convey to a place; to bring to. 

Davimas, -o, sm. (the act of) giving. 

Davineti (-neju, -nejau, -ngsiu), v.frq. 
Duoti (duodu, daviau, duosiu), v. a. 
to give; to bestow; — kam rodq, to 
advise one; to counsel one. Duoti 
kam banding to box one's ears. Duo- 
kime sau, let us suppose. 

Dazalas, -o, sm. gravy; sauce; [daty- 
las] dye; pigment; [tapytojo] paint. 

Dazas, -o, sm. tinge; color; shade; hue; 
tint. 

Dazylas, -o, sm. dye; pigment; paint. 

Dazylininkas,/. -ke, *. dyer. 

Dazymas, -o, sm. dipping; [parvavimas] 
coloring; dyeing. 

Dazyti (-zau, -ziau, -iysiu), v.a. to dip; 
to drench; [parvuoti] to dye; to col- 
or; to stain. 

Dazytojas,/. -|a, *. dyer. 

Dazytuve, -es, sf. dye-house. 

Daiyve, -es, sf. pigment; coloring mat- 
ter. 

Dazkart, adv. oftentimes. 

Daznai, adv. oft; often; frequently; of- 
tentimes; comp. -niau, oftener; 
superl. -niausiai, oftenest. 

Daznas, /. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, adj. 
frequent; not one; many. 

Debatas, -o, sm debate. 

Debatuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v.n. 
to debate. 

Debesetas, = Drbbsiuotas. 



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Degus 



Debesylas, -o, sm. bot. helicampany; 
horse-heel. Inula. 

Debesis, -io, pi — sys, and — slai. sm. 
cloud; clouds; fig. great multitude. 

Debesiuotas, /. -la, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 
adj. cloudy; gloomy; overcast. 

Debesiuotis(-siuojas, -siavos, -siuosisX 
v. impers. to grow cloudy; to cloud 
over. 

Debteleti (-l§ju, -lejau, -lesiu), v. inst. 
to cast a look at. 

Declos, = DEtys. 

D&de, -es, dim. -dyte, -dul6, sm. uncle. 

Dedervine, -e$, sf. ringworm; herpetic 
eruption; tetter; | bot. marsh crow- 
foot; sal ad -parsley; ranunculus. Ra- 
nunculus sceleratus. 

Dtderviniuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasls,/.-toji, 
adj. affected with ringworms. 

Dediene, -es, sf. uncle's wife; aunt; | 
term of complaisance applied to 
women. 

Dedingas, /. -ga, defin. -gtsis, /. -go)i, 
adj. laying many eggs{said of birds). 

Definicija, -)os, sf. definition. 

Degejas,/. -)a, *. burner. 

Degesiai, -ty, sm. pi. site of a burned 
house; ruins left by flie. 

Degimas, -o, sm. burning; combustion; 
| neck of a swine killed. 

Deginimas, -o, sm. burning; ignition; 
[iaizdos] cauterizing; cauterization. 

Deginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to burn; 
— taizdq, to cauterize. 

Deglas, /. -la, defin. -lasis, /. -lo|i, adj. 
colored in black and white (said of 
swine). 

Deglytia, -ios, sf kiln; brick-kiln; burn- 
ing oven. 

Deglys, -io, sm. partly colored hog. 

Degsnys, -io, sm. burning place; burned 
out place. 

Degti (-gu, -giau, -gsiu), v. n. to burn; 
| v. a. to burn; — plytas t to burn 
bricks; — anglis % to make charcoal; 
to char. 

Degtine, -es, sf. whiskey; brandy. 

Degtukas, -o,*w. match. 

Degtuvas, -o, sm. burner. 

Degulys, -io,*m. firebrand. 

Degumas, -o, sm. combustibility; in- 
flammability. 

Degus, /. gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gio|i, adj. 



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Dagutas 71 

combustible; combustive; inflam- 
mable. 

Degutas, -o, sm. tar. 

Degutine, -es, sf. tar hut; tar works; 
[dete degutui] tar box. 

Degutiny&ia, = DkguttnE. 

Degutininkas,/. -ke, 8. tar burner. 

Dtgutis, -cio, sm. burner (of a lamp); 
[brieZiuka*] match. 

Degutuotas, /. -la, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 
adj. besmeared or covered with tar; 
tarry: pitchy. 

Degutuoti (tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 
to tar; to smear with tar. 

Deimantas, -0, sm. diamond. = Die- 
mantas. 

Delve, -es,*f. fairy; fay. 

Deja, inter) . alas! | — , sf. lamentation; 
wailing; wail. 

Deja, -os, usually in the pi — jos, -y» sf. 
acts; deeds: works. 

Dejavimas, -o, sm. complain; lamenta- 
tion; wail. 

Dejuoti (-juoju, -javau, -juosiu), v.n. to 
complain; to lament. 

Dtka, -os, sf. thanks; acknowledge- 
ment; savo deka % by one's own will. 

Dekanas, -o, sm. dean. 

Dekavone, Dekavoti, see D£kox£, D£ko 
ti. 

Dekingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, / -go|i, 
adj. thankful; grateful. Esmitamu 
tai libai dekingas, I am much oblig- 
ed to you ; | — gai, adv. thankfully; 
gratefully. 

Dekingybe, -es, sf, Dekingumas, -o, sm. 
thankfulness; gratitude 

Deklamacija, -jos, sf. declamation; reci- 
tation. 

Deklama tortus, /. -re, s. declaimer; re- 
ci ter. 

Deklamuoti (-muoju, -mavau, -muosiu), 
r. a. n. to declaim; to recite. 

Deklas, -0, sm. basket; case; pouch; 
sack; [kareirio] knapsack. 

Dekle, -es, sf. = DSklas. 

Dekoracija, -fos, sf. decoration. 

Deksnys, -io, sm. bot. blood-root. Poten- 
tilla tormentilla. 

Dekui, interj thank you ; thanks. 

Del, Delei, prep, with gen. for; because 
of; for the sake of; — kof why? — 
Dievo meiles, for God's sake. 



Deputatas 



Delcla, -los, sf. waning of the moon; 
wane. 

Dele, -es, sf. leech. = DielE. 

Deiegatas,/. -te, *. delegate; repres nt 
ative. 

Delikatnumas, -o, sm. delicacy; gentle 
ness. 

Delikatnas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -noji, 
adj. delicate. | — nai, adv. delicately 

Deliotl (-lioju, -liojau, -liosiu), v.a.frq. 
to put; to place; to set. 

Delko, adv. why? for what reason? 
wherefore? 

Delmonas, -o, sm. pocket. 

Delnas, -o, sm. palm. 

Delto, adc. for it; for that; on that ac- 
count; therefore; because. 

Demi, -es, sf. spot; stain; blot. 

Demeti (-meju, -mejau, -mesiu), v. a. to 
mark; to stamp; to note. | — , v. rfl. 
to observe; to pay attention; to im- 
press upon one's own mind; to no- 
tice. 

Demokratas, /. -te, s. democrat. 

Demokratija, -jos, sf democracy. 

Demokratiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
-kojl, adj. democratic; democrat ical 

Demonas, -0, sm. demon; ghost; spirit. 

Demonstracija, -jos, sf demonstration. 

Demonstruoti (-ruoju, -ravau -ruosiu), 
v. n. to demonstrate; to participate 
in a demonstration. 

Dengejas, /. -ja, *. coverer. Stogy— % til- 
er; slater; shingler; [Haudaie] 
t hatcher 

Dengimas, -0 sm. (the act of) covering: 
decking. 

Dengti ' giu, -giau, -gsiu), v.a. to cover- 
to deck; [stogy] to tile* to shingle- 
[Haudais] to thatch. 

Denis, -io, sm. deck {of a ship). 

Denuncijaclja, -os, sf. denunciation; in- 
formation. 

Den unci |antas,/. -te, *. denunciator. 

Denuncijuoti (-juoju, -javau, -juosiu), 
v. a. to denounce; to denunciate. 

Deponuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), 
v. a. to deposit. 

Depozitas, -o, sm. deposit. 

Depozitorius, -iaus, sm. depositor. 

Deputaci|a, -jos, sf. deputation. 

Deputatas, -o, sm. deputy; delegate; 
representative. 



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Deresius 

Deresius, /. -se, *. spotted (or speckled) 
horse; dappled horse. 

Deretl (-ru, -rejau, -re"siu), v. n. to be 
of use; to fit for. 2—, (-riu, -rejau, 
-resiu), v. a. to negotiate; to bar- 
gain; | — s, v. rfl. to negotiate; to 
bargain; to haggle; [latintis] to bet; 
to lay a bet; to wager. 

Dergstas, -o, sm. vxilg. dirty fellow; 
slanderer; abuser; blackguard. 

Dergti(-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v.a. toabuse; 
to revile; to slander. | v.n. to foul; 
to ease one's self. 

Derguzas, -o, sm. = DergStas. 

Derybos, -ij, sf. pi. treaty; negotiation; 
bargain; | bet; wager. 

Derinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to try to 
reconcile, to conciliate. 

Deriuga, -o$, smf. vulg. sluggard. 

Derla, -o$, sf fertility; fruitfulness. 

Derlingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. fertile; fruitful. 

Derlingumas, -o, sm. fruitfulness; fertil- 
ity. 

Derlus,/. -li, adj. = Derlingas. 

Derme, -es, sf. [uiderejimas] crop; har- 
vest; \sutartis] contract; agreement; 
compact: covenant; dermis juosta, 
rainbow. 

Derva, Dervoksne, = Darva, etc. 

Desena, -OS, sf. putting; setting; plac- 
ing; \kiausini%\ laying. 

Deslus, /. -II, defin. -iusis, /. -lioji, adj. 
laying many eggs (applied to birds). 

Desperacija, -Jos, sf. despair; despera- 
tion. 

Despotas, -o, sm. despot. 

Despotiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. despotic, despotical. | — kaf,arfr. 
despotically. 

Despotizmas, -o, sm. despotism. 

Destiliacija, -|os, sf distillation. 

Destiliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), 
v.a. to distil. 

Destas, -o, sm. fact; event; case; tokia- 
me deste, in such case. 

Destis, adv. even as; according as: ac- 
cording to. 

Destyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), v.frq. to 
put; to place; to set. 

DesimSiuoti (-<Muoju, -ciavau, -liuosiu), 
v.a. to decimate. 

DeJimt, (-Us), num. card. ten. 



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Desimtake, -es, sf. ten spot (of cards). 
Desimtas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 

num. ord. tenth. 
Desimtdalis, -ies, sf. tenth part; one 

tenth. 
Desimtergis,/. -ge, *. ten years old {said 

of an animal). 
Desimteriopas, /. -pa, adj. — pai, adv. 

tenfold; decuple; ten times as much; 

of ten sorts. 
Desimteriopinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. 

to multiply by ten. 
Desimtine, -es, sf tithe. Atiduoti -$, to 

tithe; to pay tithes; | land measure 

of about 2.7 acres. 
Desimtininkas, -o, sm. decurion. 
DeSimtkampinis,/. -ne, adj. decagonal. 
Desimtkampis, -io, sm. geom. decagon. 
DeSimtmetinis,/. -ne, adj. often years; 

ton years old: decennial. 
Desimtmetis, -clo, sm. period of ten 

years; decennary. 
Desimtukas, -o, sm. an old silver coin 

10 grosh, nearly 3 pence; | dime 

(with Lithuanians of America). 
Desine, -es, sf. the right hand; the 

right side. 
Desinis/. -ne, ad;, right. Desine ranka, 

the right hand. Detinis Sanas, the 

right side. 
Desra, -os, sf sausage. 
DeSrininkas, /. -ke, s. sausage man or 

woman; sausage maker or seller. 
Deta, -os, sf state; condition; place; 

circumstances; environment; sur- 
roundings. Budamas taro detoj at 

kitaip darytiau, if I were in your 

place, or were I in your case, or if 

were you... 
Deti (dedu, dejau, desiu), v.a. to put; 

to place; — kiausinius, to lay eggs. 
Detis (dedas, dejos, desis), r. impers. 

to happen; to occur; to be going on. 
Detis, -ies, vnually in the pi. Detys, -Cii|, 

sf. womb (of a fowl); ovaries. 
Devejimas, -o,*w. wear; wearing; using. 
Deveti (-viu, -vejau, -vgsiu), v. a. to 

wear; to use. | — s, v. rfl. to waste; 

to dwindle; to wear away. 
Devynake, -es, *f nine spot (of cards); 

| icht. river lamprey. 
Devyndrekis, -io, s. asafo3tida. 
Devynergis,/. -ge, *. nine years old (ap- 
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Devyneri TO 

Devyneri,/. -rios, num. card, nine (used 
with plural nouns). 

Devyneriopas, /. -pa, adj., -pai, adv. 
ninefold; of nine different sorts. 

Devynetas, -o, sm. nine; nine head (of 
individuals). 

Devyngalvis, /. -ve, *. one with nine 
heads. 

Devynl,/. -lo$, num. card. nine. 

Devynias-desimtas,/. -ta,nvm. ord. nine- 
tieth. 

Devyniese, adv. nine. 

Devyniotika, num. card, nineteen. 

Devyniolikis, Devyniolikintas,= Devynio- 

LIKTA8. 

Devynioliktas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 

num. ord. nineteenth. 
Devynios-desimtys, num. card, ninety. 
Devynliezuve, -es, sf. orn. siskin. 
Devynliezuvis, /. -ve, *. nine-tongued 

one; fig. flatterer. 
Devynmace, -es, sf. hot. Aaron's rod; 

Adam's flannel; blanket leaf; cow's 

lungwort; hag taper; Jacob's staff; 

shepherd's club; torches. Vorbas- 

cum thapsus. 
Devintas,/. -ta, defln. -tasis,/. -toji, num. 

ord. ninth. 
Devyntevis,/. -ve,«. (in cont.) bastard. 
Devintines,-iij,*/.2>'. Corpus Christi day. 
Deze, -as, dim. -iute, sf. box; case. Stic- 
ky— , shell; conch. 
Diagnoza, -os, sf. diagnosis. 
Diakonas, -0, sm. deacon. 
Dialektas, -o, sm. dialect. 
Dyba, -08, sf. pole; post; stake; pillory. 
Didei, Dideliai, Didziai, adv. very; much; 

greatly; highly. 
Didelis,/. -IM<& large; high; tall: big. 

Camp. Didesnis,/. -ne, larger; higher; 

bigger; taller. 
Dideti (-deju, -dejau, -desiu), v.n. to 

grow larger. 
Didgalvis,/. -ve,*. big-head; big-headed 

one; fig. wise person; Jiff, wiseacre. 

= Didzgalvis. 
Didybe, -os, sf. highness; greatness; 
largeness; tallness; hight; 1 mag- 
nificence; splendor; grandeur; | 
pride; haughtiness. 
Didikas,/. -ke\ *. = Didziunas. 
Didyn, adv. — eiti, to grow larger. 
Didinimas, -o, sm. (the act of) increas- 
ing; enlarging. 



Didziumene 

Didinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to in- 
crease; to enlarge; to amplify. | — s, 
v.rfl. to grow larger; to increase; to 
enlarge. 

Didis,/. -df, defin. -dysis,/. -deji, (-dzio|i), 
adj. great; grand; fig. great; emi- 
nent; important. 

Dydis, -dzio, sm. size; bulk. 

Didyste, -es, sf pride; haughtiness; ar- 
rogance. = DidybE. 

Didkunigis -io, sm. high priest. = Didz- 

KUNIG1S. 

Didlaukis, -Io, sm. large field; large 
piece of ground; | owner of a large 
piece of ground. = Didzlaukis. 

Didnosa, -os, Dtdnosis,/. -se, s. bottle- 
nosed person. 

Didokas,/. -ka, adj. quite large; pretty 
high or tall. 

Didpinigis,/. -ge, *. capitalist. = Didz- 
pinigis. 

Didponis, -io, sm. magnate. = Didzpo- 
nis. 

Didti (dindu, didau, didsiu), v. n. to 
grow larger. = DidEti. 

Diduma, -os, sf. the greater part; ma- 
jority; plurality. = DlDZIUMA. 

Didumas, -0, sm. greatness; largeness, 
bigness; tallness; hight; | size; bulk. 

Didumene, -es, sf: notables; gentry; ar- 
istocracy. *= DidziumenE. 

Didumeniskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
Ji, adj. aristocratic; belonging (or 
pertaining) to notables. 

Didus,/. -di, adj. haughty; proud; dis- 
dainful. 

Didvyris, -io, sm. great man;^. hero. 

DidvyriSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. heroic; heroical. | — kai, adv. 
heroically. 

Didzgalvis, = Didgalvis. 

Didziausias, / -sia, [superl. of Didis], 
adj. greatest; largest; biggest. 

Didziavimasi, -os, sm. boasting; brag- 
ging. 

Didziavyris, = Didvyris. 

Didziulis,/. -le, *. the big one. 

DidZiuma, os, */. majority; plurality; 
the greater part. 

Didziumene, -es, */. notables; aristocra- 
cy; gentry; (didtiuma) majority of 
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Didziunas 

Didziunas,/. -ni, *. grandee; magnate; 

potentate. 
Didziuoti (-dziuoju -dziavau, -dziuosiu), 

v. a. to extol; to magnify. | — s, v. 

rfl. to boast ; to brag; to vaunt one's 

self; to exalt one's self; to be proud. 
Didzkius,/. -ke, *. the big one; tall boo- 
by; walking rush-light. 
Didzkunigis, -io, sm. high priest. 
Didzlaukis, -io, sm. large field ; | owner 

of a large piece of ground. 
Didzpinigis,/. -ge, s. capitalist. 
Didzponis, -Io, sm. magnate; potentate. 
Didzturtis,/. -te, *. rich manor woman; 

capitalist. 
Didzuve, -es, */. whale. = BangzuvE. 
Diedas, -o, sm. old man. PI. Diedai, -!|, 

sm. ancestors; forefathers. 
Diegas, -o, *w. germ; radicle; | sprout; 

sucker; fig. germ; first principle; 

origin. 
Dieglys, -io, sm. colic; gripes. 
Diegti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to prick; 

to goad: [giUi] to sting: | v. impers. 

to feel the colic: to gripe. 
Diele, -es, sf. leech ;fig. bloodsucker; 

parasite; hanger-on; | (lenta)'boB.rd; 

deal; plank. 
Dielininkas,/. -ko, *. sawer. [Germ. Die- 

LEN-, BrETTSCHNEIDER]. 

Diemantas, -o, sm. diamond. 
Diemantinis,/. -ne, adj. diamond; of 

diamond. 
Diemedis, -dzio, sm. hot. lad's love; 

southernwood. Artemisia abrota- 

num. 
Diena, -OS, dim. -nele, sf. day. Diena die- 

non; Diena is dienos, day by day, 

from day to day. 
Diena, -OS, adj. fern, big with young 

(said of mare or cow). 
Diendarzis, -io, sm. barn-yard; cow- 
yard: stock -yard. 
Dienininkas, /. -ke, *. workman hired 

by the day ; [dienknyge] day-book ; 

diary. 
Dieninis,/. -ne, adj. daily; diurnal. Die- 

ninu laikrastis, daily news paper. 
Dienknyge, -es, sf. day-book; diary. 
Dienoti (-noja, -noj<>, -nos), Dienotisf-no- 

jas, -nojos, -nosis), v. impers. to grow 

light; to break: todawn^ 



i Dievukas 

Dienovidis, Dienvidis, -dzio, sm. midday; 

noon; meridian. 
Dienpeinis,/. -no, s. day laborer; wage 

worker. 
Dieta, -os, sf. diet; regimen. 
Dievaite, -es, sf. goddess. 
Dievaitis, -tio, sm. god; heathen deity; 

idol. 
Dievas, -o, sm. God. Viespats Dienos, 

God our Lord. OeWek, sergek, gink 

Dievef God forbid. Padelc Diere, God 

bless you! Del Dieromeiles, for God's 

sake! Dim. Dievulis, -lelis, -liukas, 

terms of endearment. 
Dievastabis, -io, sm. idol. = Balvonas. 
Dievastalis, -io, sm. communion table; 

altar. 
DievaSnikas, /. -k$, s. bigot; devotee; 

prude 
Dievavimosi, -osi, sm. swearing. 
Dievaz, Dievazi, inter j. upon my soul; I 

call God to witness. 
Dieve, -es, sf. goddess. 
Dieverenas, -o, sm. son of husband's 

brother; nephew. 
Dieveriene, -es, sf wife of husband's 

brother; sister-in-law. 
Dieverys, -io, sm. husband's brother; 

brother-in-law. 
Dievybe, -es, sf. deity; divinity. 
Dievinis,/. -ne, adj. of God; belonging 

to God. 
Dievyste, = DievybE. 
Dieviskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji. 

adj. divine; godlike. | — kai, adv. 

divinely; in godlike manner. 
Dievmaldis,/. -de, s. devotee; bigot. 
Dievmaidyste, -es, sf devotion; divine 

service; worship. Laikyti dievmal- 

dystfy to perform the divine service, 
Dievmedis, = Diemedis. 
Dievnamis, -io, sm. house of God 

temple; church. 
Dievobaimingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. 

-go|i, adj. God-fearing; religious; pi 

ous. I — gai, adv. piously; religious 

ly- 

Dievobaimingumas, -o, sm. fear of God 

piety; religiousness. 
Dievstabis, = Dievastabis. 
DIevs talis, = Dievastalis. 
Dievukas, -ko, sm. dim. little God; fig. 

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Dievuo&us 75 

Dievuo&ius, -iaus, sm. devotee. 
Ditvuotas, /. -la, defin. -tasis,/. -\o\\,adj. 

given to religion. 
Dievuotis (-vuojuos, -vavaus, -vuo- 

siuos), v. rfl. to swear, to take oath. 
Dyge, -es, sf ichl. stickle-back. 
Dygimas, -o, sm. (the act of) sprouting; 

germinating; germination. 
Dygie, -es, = Dyg£. 
Dyglys, -io, sm prickle; thorn. 
Dygliakiaule, -es, sf tool, porcupine. 
Dygliuotas, /. -to, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 

adj. prickled; having prickles; 

thorny. 
Dygti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v.n. to sprout; 

to shoot; to germinate; to spire; to 

sprit. 
Dygulys, -io, sm. colic; gripes. 
Dygulzole, -es, sf bot. avens; bonnet. 

Geum urban um. | cotton thistle. 

Onopordon Acantium. 
Dygumas, -o, sm, prick liness. 
Dygus, /. -gi, defin. -gusis, /. -gioji, adj. 

prickly; thorny. 
Dygutis, -5io, sm. icht. stickle-back. 
Dykaduonis,/. -ne, *. hanger-on; spong- 
. er; shark; parasite; idler. 
Dykas, f. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, adj. 

empty; idle; [paika*] vain: useless. 

| — kai, adv. in vain; vainly: idly; 

(ui dykq) free of charge. 
Dykauti (-kauju, -kavau, -kausiu), Dy- 

kineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.n. to 

be idle; to wander about in idleness. 
Dykinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to empty; 

to make empty; [paikinti] to spoil; 

to indulge. 
Dykis, -io, sm., Dykysta, -os, sf. idleness; 

[paikybe] vainness; vanity; | foul 

dealing; knavery; roguery. 
Dyklaikis, -io; Dykmetis, -cio, sm. vaca- 
tion; dog days; leisure; slack time; 

dead season. 
Dyksmilte, -es, sf. sandy desert or plain. 
Diktontas, -o, sm. dictation. 
Diktas, /. -to, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, adj. 

strong; stout; vigorous; lusty; big. 

| — tai, adv. much; greatly. 
Diktatorius, -iaus, sm. dictator. 
Diktotoriskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 

|i, adj. dictatorial. | — kai, adv. dic- 

tatorially. 
Dikteti (teju, -tejau, -tgsiu), v.n. to 



Dionyzas 

grow in size or strength; to develop; 

to grow stout. 
Diktybe, -es, sf, Diktumas, -o, sm. stout- 
ness; firmness; lustiness; robustness; 

strength. 
Diktuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v a. 

to dictate. 
Dykuma, -os, sf. empty space; vacuum ; 

\pu*Ha\ desert; wilderness. 
Dykunas,/. -no, *. idler; sluggard ;./!#. 

droll; wag. 
Diiba, -os, smf. person with downcast 

looks; | idler; sluggard. 
Dilbineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.n. to 

stroll ; to ramble leisurely. 
Dilbtereti (-riu, -rejau, -rSsiu), v. inst. 

to cast a look. 
Dildyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

rub away; to wear away; to efface; 

to obliterate. 
Dilge, Dilgtle, Dilgine, sf. bot. nettle. 
Dilgynas, -o,*w*. place overgrown with 

nettles. 
Diiginis,/.-no,o<f;. of nettle; belong- 
ing (or pertaining) to the nettle. 
Dilgintl (-nu f -nau, -nsiu), Dilgyti (gau, 

-giau, -gysiu), v. a. io nettle; to fret: 

to sling; fig. to incite; to stimulate; 

to goad. 
Diigtereti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. inst. 

to sting; to fret. 
Dilinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to wear 

out; to rub away. 
Diiti (d[lu, dilau, dilsiu), v.n. to waste; 

to dwindle; to wear away. 
Dima, -os, sf. chintz; cotton print; cali- 
co. 
Diminis,/. -no, ad;, chintz... 
Dynas, -0, sm. bot. melon. Cucumis me- 

lo. 
Dinastija, -|os, sf. dynasty. 
Dinast&kas, /• -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 

adj. dynastic. 
Dingot's, (-gojuos, -gojaus, -gosiuos), v. 

rfl. to fancy oneself; to think; to 

presume. 
Dingstis, -les, sf. imagination; fancy; 

thought; opinion; [JuSk.] occasion; 

event ; occurrence. 
Dingti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v.n. to disap- 
pear; to vanish; to be missed; to be 

lost. 
Dionyzas, -o, sm. Dionysius; Dennis. 



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Diplomas 

Diplomas, -o, sm. diploma; patent. 

Diplomatas,/. -te, *. diplomat; diplom- 
atist. 

Diplomatics,/, -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
ji, adj. diplomatic, ) — kai, adv. dip- 
lomatically. 

Dirbejas,/. -ja, *. maker. 

Dirbimas, -o, sm. (the act of) making; 
working; manufacturing. 

Dirbineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.frq. 
to work leisurely. 

Dirbinys, -io, sm. handiwork; manufac- 
ture; product; fabric. 

Dirbti (-bu, -bau, -bsiu), v.a. to do; to 
labor; to work; to make; to perform: 
to manufacture. Dirbti rankoms ir 
kojoms, to work hard; to be in a hur- 
ry; to be at full speed. 

Dirbtuve, -es,#/*. workshop; work house; 
factory; manufactory. 

Direktorius, -iaus, sm. director; head. 

Dirginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Dirgyti (-gau, 
-giau, -gysiu), v.a. to touch; to stir; 
to move. 

Dyrinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Dyryti (-riju, 
-rijau, -rysiu), v.a. to flay; to skin; 
fig., — kam kailf, to whip one. | 
wig. to go; to walk. 

Dirksne, -es, *f. = DkiksnE. 

Dirmavojimas, -o, sm., Dirmavone, -es, sf. 
eccl. confirming; confirmation. [Pol. 
birrzmowanie, confirmation]. 

Dirmavoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v. a. 
eccl. to confirm; to admit to the full 
privileges of a Christian. 

Dirse, -es, sf. hot. brome-grass; rye- 
grass. Bromus secalinus. 

Dirsetas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, adj. 
full of brome-grass. 

Dirsteleti (-liu, -lejau, -lesiu), v.inst. to 
look (at, upon); to give a look; to 
glance. 

Dirti (-ru, -rau, -rsiu), v.a. to flay. 

Dirva, -os, sf. field; ground. 

Dirvinis,/. -ne, <irf/. field... 

Dirvonas, -o, sm. fallow; fallow field. 

Dirzas, -o, dim. -zelis, -ziukas, sm. belt; 
girdle. 

Dirzeti(-zgju,-zejau, -zgsiu), Dirzti(-ztu, 
-zau, -Siu), v.n. to grow compact; to 
grow close. 

Dirzinaas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 



76 Dominykas 

adj. solid; compact; close; firm. ) 
— gai, adv. compactly ; firmly; solidly. 

Dirzingumas, -o, sm. compactness; firm- 
ness. 

Disciplina, -os, sf. discipline. 

Dyselys, -io, sm. neap; tongue (of a cart). 
[Germ. Deichsel]. = GuazuLAS. 

Disertacija, -o$,sf. dissertation; treatise. 

Disputas, -0, sm. dispute; controversy. 

Disputuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. 
n. to dispute; to argue. 

DiSlys, -io, Dislius, -iaus,«ro. = Dyselys- 

Ditka, -os, sf. Russian coin of the value 
of 3 kopecks. 

Dyvas, -0, usually in the pi. Dyvai, -4, sm. 
wonder; something unnatural; | hot. 
great Indian cress; nasturtium. Tro- 
paeolum. 

Dyvytis (-vijuos, -vijaus, -vysiuos), v. 
rfl. to marvel; to wonder; to be sur 
prised. 

Dyvnas,/-na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i, adj. 
odd ; strange; queer: freakish; fanci- 
ful. J — nai, adv. oddly; strangely. 

Divonas, -0, sm. divan. 

Dyzti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v.a to skin; to 
flay; to strip off (the skin); fig. to 
whip; to cudgel. 

Dobilas, -0, dim. -lelis, -liukas, sm. hot. 
clover; trefoil. Tri folium. Baltasis—, 
white clover; honey stalk; clover- 
flower, liaudonasis — , red clover. 

Dogma, -os, sf, Dogmatas, -0, sm. dog- 
ma; dogmatics. 

Dogmatikas,/. -ke, s. dogmatist. 

DogmatiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. dogmatic, dogmatical. 

Dogme, -es, sf. spot; place; space. 

Doklas, -0, dim. -lelis, sm. basket {made 
of willow twigs). 

Dokti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a. (obsol.) 
to understand; to comprehend. 

Dokumentas, -0, sm. document. 

Doleris, -io, sm. dollar; thaler. 

Dolke, -es, sf. measure of about 7 gal- 
lons. 

Dometis (-mejuos, -mSjaus, -mesiuos), 
v. rfl. to pay attention; to mind. 

Domingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. attentive; observant ; regarding 
with care. | — gai, adv. attentively. 

Domingumas, -0, sm. attentiveness. 

Dominykas, -0, sm. Dominic. 



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Dominykonas 

Dominykonas, -o, sm. % Dominykoniikas,/. 
-ka, defln. -kasis, /. -koji, adj. Do- 
minican ; Dominykoni£ zokanas, the 
order of Dominicans. 

Done, -es, sf hot. common oleander. 
Nerium oleander. 

Donis, -ies, sf. tribute; tax; assessment; 
impost; duty. 

Dora, -OS, *f. virtue; morality; moral; 
ethics; | honesty; probity; upright- 
ness. 

Doras, /. -ra, defin. -rasis, /. -roji, adj. 
virtuous; chaste; honest: upright; 
just; frank; sincere; fair; good. | 
— rai, adv. virtuously; honestly. 

Dorelis, = Dolerts. 

Dory be, -es, sf. virtue; moral goodness; 
morality; honesty. 

Doringas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. virtuous; honest; upright. 

Dorinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to lift up 
morally. 

Doriskas, /. -ka, defln. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. moral; ethical. | — kai, adv. mor- 
ally; ethically; | — kumas, -o, moral- 
ity. 

Doslybe, Doslus; Dosnybe, Dosnus, = 

DuOSLYBfi, DUO8LU8. 

Dovana, -os, dim. -nele, sf gift; present; 

donation. Qamtos dovanos, natural 

gifts. 
Dovanas,/. -na, adj. gratuitous; | vain; 

fruitless. | — nai, adv gratuitously; 

gratis; | vainly; in vain. 
Dovanoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v.a. to 

make a present; to grant; to bestow; 

[atleisli] to forgive; to pardon. 
Dovydas, -o, sm. David. Dovydiene, -es, 

sf David's wife. 
Dovyti (-viju, -vijau, -vysiu), v. a. to 

torment; to vex; to harass. 
Doza, -os, *f. dose. 
Drabynos, -q,.*f. pi. ladder: rack. 
Drabnai, -4, sin. pi small money ; small 

change. 
Drabstyti (-stau, -sfciau, -stysiu), vfrq., 

Drebtl (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.a. to 

spatter about; to throw; to scatter; 

to sprinkle; — purvais, to spatter 

with dirt or mud; — todiiais, to use 

foul words; to speak impolitely. 
Drabuiis, -H>, sm. dress; clothes. 
Dragunas, -o, sm. dragoon. 



77 Draugauti 

Draikyti, (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v.a. to 
scatter; to tangle. | —$,v.rfl. to scat- 
ter itself; to spread itself; [rujotis] 
to copulate (applied to dogs). 

Draiskalas, -0, sm. rag; tatter; jfa. cont. 
waste newspaper. 

Drama, -os, sf. drama. 

Dramatiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. dramatic, dramatical. 

Dramaturgas, -0, sm. dramatist. 

Dramstas,Dramsti, = Drumstas, Drum- 

STI. 

Dranka, -os, */. rinsing tub; slop pail: 
fig. vulg. good for nothing fellow; j 
pi. Drankos, -i|, rinsings; dish-water; 
swill; swillings; hogwash. 

Drapana, -os, sf. dress; clothes; cloth- 
ing. 

Drasa, -os, sf courage; heart; audacity; 
boldness: daring. 

Drasiai, adv. courageously; boldly; 
bravely. 

Drasybe,-es,*/. audaciousness; intrepid- 
ity; daringness; boldness; courage. 

Drasinti ( nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to em- 
bolden; to encourage. 

Draskantis, /. -ti, defin. -tysis, /. -cloji, 
prt. rapacious. 

Draskymas, -0, sm. tearing; pulling to 
pieces; mangling; worrying. 

Draskytj (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v.a. to 
tear; to lacerate; — sau plaukus, to 
tear one's hair. | — s, r. rfl. to tear 
one's self; fig. to rave; to rage; to 
tear; to rant. 

Drasumas, -0, sm. courage; boldness; 
audacity. 

Dr$suolius, -iaus, sm. brave man; dare- 
devil. 

Drasus,/. -si, defin. -susis, /. -sioji, adj. 
bold; daring; intrepid; dauntless; 
courageous; brave. 

Dratas, -0, sm. wire; [knrpiaus] shoe- 
makers thread; waxed end. 

Dratine, -es, Dratinytta, -clos, sf. wire 
works; wire mill. 

Dratininkas,/. -ne, s. wire-drawer. 

Dratinis,/. -ne, adj. wiry; wire... 

Draugas, /. -ge, s. friend; comrade; 
partner. 

Draugauti (-gauju, -gavau, -gausiu), v. 
a. — s, v. rfl. to be friends; to be in 
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Drauge 

Drauge, adv. together; with. 

Drauge, -es, sf. friend; female friend; 
[draugija] society; company. 

Draugija, -jos, sf. society; community. 

Draugijinis,/. -i\e,adj. social; pertaining 
to society. 

DraugijiSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. social. 

Draugyste, -es, sf. society; company; 
partnership. 

Draugiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. friendly; companionable; soci- 
able; social. | — kai, adv. amicably; 
sociably. 

Draugiikumas, -0, sm. friend 1 iness ; am i c- 
ableness: sociableness; familiarity. 

Drausme, -es,^*. forbidding; prohibition; 
[discipHna] discipline. 

Drausti(draudziu, draudiiau, drausiu), 
v.a. to forbid; to prohibit; to threat- 
en; — samdininkq, to hire or make 
an agreement with the same servant 
or laborer for a longer term of serv- 
ice. 

Draustyne, -es, sf. prohibited place; pre- 
serve. 

Draustuves, -iq, *fpl. (the act of) hiring 
or making an agreement with the 
same servant fur a longer term of 
service. 

Drebejimas, -o, sm. trembling; shiver- 
ing: trepidation; iern.es — ,' earth- 
quake. 

Drebeti (-bu, -bejau, -besiu), v. n. to 
tremble; to shiver; [apie teme] to 
quake. 

Drebti, = Drabstyti. 

Drebuclai, -ii|, sm. pi. jelly; gelatine. 

Drebule, -es, sf. bot. aspen-tree; tremb- 
ling poplar. Populus tremula. 

Drebuliai, -ii|, sm. yl. gelatine; jelly. 

Drebulys, -\o,sm. chill; shudder. 

Dreginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to damp- 
en: to moisten: to make humid. 

Dregme, -es, sf. damp; moisture. 

Dregna, -OS, sf moisture; dampness; 
humidity. 

Dregnas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, <*<(/. 
humid; moist; damp. 

Dregnokas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, f -koji, 
adj. somewhat damp or humid. 

Dregnumas, -o, sm. humidity; damp- 
ness; nioistncss. 



78 Drobinlnkas 

Dregti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to be- 
come damp; to become humid. 
Dreksti (dreskiu, dreskiau, dreksiu), v. 

a. to tear (with nails); to scratch; 

to rip. 
Dreve, -is, sf hollow of a tree. 
Drevetas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, adj. 

having hollows; hollow; — medis, 

hollow tree. 
Driauclus, -iaus, sm. timber; beam. 
Dribti (drimbu, dribau, dribsiu), v. n. 

to fall; to tumble; to roll down. 
Driektis (-kiuos, -kiaqs, -ksiuos), v.rfl. 

to stretch; to extend; to expand; to 

expatiate. 
Driezas, -o, sm. tool lizard. 
Driezle, -es, sf. tool, chameleon; lizard. 
Drigantas, -o, sm. stallion. 
Drigne, usually in the pi. Drignes, -ty, sf. 

henbane; mad wort. Hyoscyamus 

niger. 
Drignis, -ies, sf. halo; corona. 
Driksne, -es, sf nerve; fibre. 
Driksti (drysku, driskau, driksiu), v.n. 

to rip; to burst; to grow tattered. 
Drykti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

stretch; to extend. 
Driliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), r. 

a. to drill; to excavate. 
Drilius, -iaus, sm. drill; drill press. 
Drimba, -o% t smf clumsy fellow or wom- 
an. 
Drypsoti (-sau, -sojau, -sosiu), v. n. to 

lie awkwardly, clumsily. 
Driskalai, -y, sm. pi. rags; tatters. 
Driskis,/. -ke, *. ragged man or woman; 

ragabash; ragabrash. 
Drjsti (-stu, -sau, -siu), v.n. to dare; to 

venture; to risk; to hazard. 
Dryzas, /. -ia, defin. -zasis, /. -io|l, adj. 

striped. | — iai, adv. in a striped 

manner. 
Dryzinlai, -ty, sm. pi. plane shavings; | 

garment of striped cloth. 
Dryzys, -io, sm. stripe; line. 
Dryzuotas, /. -la, defin. -tasis, /. -toli, 

adj. striped; streaked. 
Dryzuoti (-zuoju, -iavau, -zuosiu), v. a. 

to stripe; to make stripes; to varie- 
gate with stripes. 
Drobe, -es, «/*. linen; linen cloth; dim. 

-bele, -es, sf fine linen. • 
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Drobinls 

Drobinis,/. -no, adj. linen; made of lin- 
en. 

Drobule, -es, sf. sheet; shroud. 

Dron&ia, Dronydia, -|os, sf. side-board (of 
a wagon); lath. 

Drova, -os, sf. shame; bashfulnesa; self- 
consciousness. 

Drovetis (-viuos, -vSjaus, -vesiuos), v. 
rfl. to be bashful; to be ashamed. 

Droviai, adv . bashfully; shamefully. 

Drovumas, -o, sm bash fulness; shame- 
fulness 

Drovus, /. -vi, defin. -vusis,/. -vloji, adj. 
bashful; shameful. 

Drozikas,/. -ke, s. cutter. 

Drozineti(-neju, -n€jau, -nesiu), v.frq. 
to whittle; to carve. 

Drozle, -es, sf. = 1)ruo£l£. 

Drozti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v.a. to whittle; 
to cut; to carve; [botagu, etc.] to 
strike; to lash; to whip. | v.n. (coUoq.) 
logo. 

Droztuvas, -0, sm. chipping-knife; carv- 
ing-knife. 

Drugys, -io, sm. ague. Oeltonasis — , yel- 
low fever; | ent. butterfly. 

Drugzole, -es, sf. hot. fever- few; chamo- 
mile. 

Drukarne, Drukuoti, see Spaustu vfi, etc. 

Drumblys, -io, sm, tool, elephant. = 
Slapis. 

Drumstas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
muddy; turbid ; troubled. Drumstam 
tandenyj tuvis gaudy ti, (prov.) t to 
fish in troubled waters. 

Drumsti (-sfciu, -s&hu, -siu), v. a. to dis- 
turb; to trouble; to muddy; to roil. 
| — s, v. rfl. to grow muddy. 

Drumzies, -iij, sf. pL muddy water; lees; 
dregs. 

Drumzllnas, /. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no)i, 
adj. muddy; turbid. | — nai, adv. 
turbidly. | — numas, sm. muddiness; 
turbidness. 
Drumzlus,/. -II, defin. -iusis,/. A\o\\,adj. 
muddy; turbid. | — lumas, sm. tur- 
bidness. 
Drungnat, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -noji, 
adj. lukewarm ; tepid. | —nai, adv. 
tepidly. | — numas, sm. tepidness; 
tepidity. 
Dningtl (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v.n. to grow 
lukewarm. 



79 Dubus 

Druozlt, -es, sf. strip; plane shaving. 

Druska, -os, sf. salt. 

Druskakalnls, -io, sm. salt mountain. 

Druskynas,-o,*m. salt region; salt mine. 

Druskine, -es, sf. salt box. 

Druskinydia, -ios, sf. salt box; salt cel- 
lar; salt pit; salt mine. 

Druskininkas,/. -ke, *. Salter; salt sel- 
ler; salt monger. 

Druskinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i, 
adj. sprinkled with salt. 

Druskinls,/. -no, adj. salt... 

Druskius, -iaus, sm. salt monger. 

Drutas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, adj. 
strong; big; bulky; [storas] thick; 
stout. 

Drateti (-t6ju, -tejau, -tesiu), v.n. to 
grow strong; to grow big or bulky; 
[storiti] to grow thick. 

Drutgaiis, -io, sm. butt end. 

Drutybe, -os, sf. thickness; bulkiness; 
strength; powerfulness. 

Drutyn, adv. — eiti, to grow thicker; to 
grow in strength. 

Orutinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to thick- 
en; to strenghten; to make strong or 
stronger; to fortify. 

Oralis, -610,0m. thickness; strength. 

Drutmedis, -dzfo, sm. timber. 

Drutuma, -os, sf. thick place. 

Drutumas, -0, sm. thickness; powerful- 
ness; strength. 

Drutviete, -es, sf. stronghold. 

Druze, -os, sf. strip. 

Du,/; Dvl, num. card. two. 

Duba, -os, tf. real estate; farm. 

Dubininkas,/. -ke, s. tanner; | farmer. 

Dubininkyste, -is, sf. tanner's trade. 

Dubinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to tan; 
to curry; to dress; [skaptuott] to 
hollow ; to excavate. 

Dubisa, -os, sf. name of a certain river 
in Lithuania. 

Dubliai, -iij, sf. pi. (vulg.) intestines; 
entrails. 

Dubos, -ij, sf. pi. tan; bark of the oak. 

Dubravas, -0, sf. hollow; pit; rut. 

Dubti (dumbu, dubau, dubsiu), v.n. to 

sink down, (into). 
Duburys, -io, sm. deep; depth; deepness. 
Duburiuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 

adj. full of depths. 
Dubus, /. -bi, defin. -busis, /. -blo|i,a<#. 



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liable to sink down; [(dubes] hollow; 
concave; [gilus] deep. 

Duda, -os, dim. -dele, sf. fife; whistle; 
shalm; | tube. 

Dudenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.n. to fife; 
to whistle. 

Dudininkas,/. -ke, *. fifer; whistler. 

Duduoti (-duoju, -davau, -duosiu), v.n. 
to fife; to whistle; to play on a fife. 

Dudutis, -c*io, sm. orn. hoopoo; | [Tat.] 
colon. 

Duelis, -io, sm. duel. = Dvikova. 

Dugnas, -o, sm. bottom ; ground ; [dang- 
tis] cover; lid. Dim. -nelis, lid. 

Dugninis,/. -ne, adj. of bottom ; | fun- 
damental; cardinal; principal. 

Duja, -os, sf. gas. 

Dukas, -o, sm. madness; rage. 

Dukatas, -o, sm. ducat. 

Dukineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.n. to 
wander about frantically; to ramble; 
to rove. 

Dukis, = Dukas. 

Duknos, -i|, dim. -neles, sf. pi. bedtick 
filled with feathers; feather-bed. = 
PatalinEs. 

Dukra, -os, sf. (term of affection or kind- 
ness) daughter. Dim. -rele, -ryte, -ru- 
le, little daughter. 

Dukraite, -es, sf. granddaughter. 

DukSlumas, -o, sm. wideness; looseness. 

Dukslus, /. -II, defin. -lusis,/. -lioji, adj. 
bag-like; wide; loose; ample (said of 
a garment). 

Dukte, -ters, */. daughter. Dim. -rele, 
-terele, little daughter. 

Dukti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v.n. to rage; 
to rave; to be mad: to play mad 
pranks; to be mischieviously bois- 
terous. 

Dule, -es, sf kind of pear. 

Dulineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.frq., 
Dulinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to go, 
to walk or wander about quietly. 

Dulls, -io, sm. smoker; smudge; | gun's 
load; any explosive matter. 

Dulkas, -0, sm. mizzle: mist. 

Dulke, -es, dim. -kele, -kute, sf dust; 
powder; hot. pollen. 

Dulketas,/. -ta, defin. -tasls,/. -to|i, adj. 
dusty. | — tumas, sm. dustiness. 

Dulketi (ku, -kejau, -kesiu), Dulkti 
(-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v.a.n. to rise in 



Dundeti 



spray or dust; to smoke; [apie Uety] 

to drizzle; to mizzle. 
Dulkinti (-nu. -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to dust; 

to raise dust. 
Dulkintuve, -es, sf dustbrush; duster. 
Dulkti, see DulkEti. 
Dulkus, /. -kl, defin, -kusls,/. -kloji, adj. 

dusty; misly; misty. | — kumas, sm. 

dustiness; misliness; mistiness. 
Duluotl (-luoju, -lavau, -luosiu), v. n. 

to appear dimly. 
Duma, -OS, sf thought; idea: notion: 

[j'oda] council; town-board. 
Dumalakas, -o, sm. chimney; Hue. 
Dumas, -o, usually in the pi. Dumai, -ij, 

sm. smoke; dumais nueiti, to be con- 
sumed by fire. 
Dumatraukis, -Io, sm. chimney; flue. 
Dumblas, -0, sm. mud; slime; mire. 
Dumblyne, -es, sf mud. = Dumblynas. 
Dumblynas, -o, sm. mud; slime; muddy 

place. 
Dumb I in as, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|f, 

adj. muddy; slimy; miry; dirty. 
Dumblintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

muddy; to make slimy. 
Dumbluotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasls, /. -toil, 

adj. muddy; miry; slimy ; covered 

with mud. 
Dum&us, -iaus, sm. councillor; council- 
man. 
Dumine, -es, sf smoke-house. 
Duminis,/. -ne, adj. smoky. 
Dumojimas, -o, sf meditation; contem- 
plation; musing. 
Dumoti(-moju, -mojau, -mosiu), v.n. to 

meditate; to contemplate; to muse; 

to think. 
Dumpies, -ii|, sf. pi. bellows; smith's 

bellows. 
Dumpti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v.a. toblow 

with bellows. 
Dumtuves, = DumplEs. 
Dumti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 

blow; to impel; to drive by a cur 

rent of air; [dumpti] to blow with 

the bellows. | v.n. (colloq.) to run at 

full speed; to scamper. 
Dundejimas, -0, sm, rumbling; din; roar; 

[griaustinio] roar; thundering. 
Dundeti (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v.a.n. to 

roar; to rumble; [apie griaustinf] tc 

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81 



Dundulis, /. -le, *. rumbler; {fig.) bab- 
bler; (cotfog.) thunder. 
Dunksejimas, , -o, sm. noise (caused by 
striking with something hard); rap- 
ping. 
Dunkseti (-ksiu, -ksejau, -ksgsiu), v.a. 
to make noise (by striking with 
something hard); to rap. 
Dunojus, -aus, dim. -jelis, *m. Danube 

(river). 
Duobe, -es, dim. -bele,-bute, sf. pit; hole; 

ditch. 
Duobekasys,/. -se, *. grave-digger. 
Duobetas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|l, adj. 
full of pits or ditches^ full of hol- 
lows. 
Duobkasys, = Duobekasys. 
Duobti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.a. to hol- 
low; to make concave. 
Duokle, -es, sf. assessment;, impost; 

duty; contribution; tribute. 
Duoklerinkis, /. -ke f *. collector; tax 

gatherer. 
Duona, -os, dim. -nele, -nyte, -nute, sf. 
bread. Ukdarbauti sau ant duonos 
kqsniOy to earn one's bread; to cam 
one's livelihood. 
Duonaraikis, = Duonriekis. 
Duondavys,/. -ve, s. master; employer. 
Duoninis,/. -ne, adj. bread...; breaden. 
Duonkepe, -es, */. baker's trough. 1 

bakery. 
Duonkepys,/. -e, *. baker. 
Duonkubilis, -to, sm. kneading trough: 

baker's trough. 
Duonmedis, -dzio, sm. bot. bread-fruit 

tree. Artocarpus incisa. 
Duonmilc'iai, -ii|, sm. pi. flour for bread: 

bread flour. 
Duonpelnis, /. -ne, *. bread-winner; 

worker; laborer. 
Duonriekis,/. -ke,*. bread cutter. 
Duoslybe, -es, sf.; Duosltimas, -o, sm. lib- 
erality; generosity; munificence; 
generousness. 
" Duoslus, /. -li, defin. -lusis, /. -lioji, adj. 
generous; munificent. | — liai, adv. 
munificently; liberally. 
Duosnybe, Duosnus, = DuoslybE, Duos- 
lus. 
Duoti (duodu, daviau, duosiu), v.a. to 
give. Rodq — , to advise; to counsel; 
iiniq — , to notify; to report; — kam 
l kail\ % to whip one. 



Dusulingas 

Durimas, -0, sm. pricking; piercing; 

stinging. 
Durininkas,/. -ke,«. doorkeeper; porter; 

janitor. 
Duris, -io, sm. stab; thrust; prick; 

puncture; stitch. 
Durys, -ii|, dim. -reles, sf pi. door; pa- 
rodyti kam duris, to show one the 
door; to turn one out of doors. 
Durklas, -0, sm. dagger; stiletto; dirk; 

bayonet. 
Durnadagis, -io, *w. bot. thorn-apple. 

Datura stramonium. 
Durnarope, -es, sf bot. belladonna; dead- 
ly nightshade. Atropa belladonna. 
Durnas, Durnius, = Kvailas, etc. 
Durnazole, -es, */. bot. thorn-apple; 
hedge-hog nut. Datura stramonium 
or D. tatula. 
Duroti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v.n. to en- 
dure; to last; to continue. 
Durpe, -es, utually in the pi. Durpes, -iy, 

sf turf; peat. 
Durpynas, -o, sm. ; Durpynd, -es, sf. turf 

ground; turf-loft; turf-pit. 
Durpinytia, -ios, */. turf-pit. 
Durpinis, /. -ne, adj. turfen; made of 

turf; consisting of turf. 
Durstyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), vfrq. to 
stick; to pierce; [jungti\ to join; to 
stitch together; to sew together. 
Durllikas, (-llakas), -o, sm. driftpin. 
Durti(-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v.a. to sting; 
to prick; to thrust; to stick; to stab. 
Durtuvas, -0, sm. piercer; pricker; bay- 
onet. 
Dusas, -o, sm. asthma. 
Dusauti (-sauju, -savau, -sausiu), v. n. 

to sigh; to sigh for, (after). 
Dusavimas, -o, sm. sighingjsigh. 
Dusyk,[ = du sykiu], adv. twice; two 
times; — tiek % twice as much or 
many ; doubly. 
Dusinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to suffo- 
cate; to smother; to stifle. 
Duslumas, -0, sm. dullness {of sound). 
Duslus, /. -li, defin. -lusis, /. -lioji, adj. 
dull; muffled; dead {sound). | -Hal, 
adv. deadly; dully. 
Dusti (-stu, -sau, -siu), v.n. to lose one's 

breath: to go out of breath. 
Dusulingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. asthmatic; affected by asthma. 



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Dusufys 

Dusuiys, -io, sm. asthma. 

DuSia, -ios, sm. soul; | mind; fig. person; 
individual. Visa dtdha irkunu, with 
heart and hand. Dim. -sole, -5yte, */. 
{terms of endearment) little soul. 

Duslmtinis,/. -ne, adj. two hundredth. 

Duzas, /. -za, defin. -iasis, /. -zo|i, adj. 
big; stout; bulky : strong. 

Duzeti (-zeju, -zejau, -zesiu), v. n. to 
grow bulky; to become stout. 

Duzgejimas, -o, Duzgesis, -io, sm. rattle; 
clatter; din; roar. 

Duzgeti (giu, -gejau, -gesiu), v. n. to 
rattle; to clatter; to make noise. 

Duzis, -io, sm. breach; breaking; | 
stoutness; bulk. 

Duzti(-ztu, -iau, -§iu), v.n. to break; to 
break asunder; to burst. 

Dvaras, -o, dim. -relis,-riukas, sm. court; 

. estate; palace; manor-house. 

Dvaravaidis, /. -de, *. owner of an es- 
tate; landlord. 

Dvarija, -os,*f. court; retinue; courtiers. 

Dvarininkas,/. -ke, *. courtier; | land- 
lord. 

Dvarinis, /. -ne, adj. belonging to the 
court or palace; courtly; palatial. 

Dvariokas, /. -ke, *. courtier; [dvarpa- 
l tikis] pity estate. 

Dvarysta, -os, (— ste, -es), sf. serfdom ; 
service due to the lord of the manor; 
statute labor. 

Dvariikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. ; — kai, adv. courtly. 

DvariSkis,/. -ke, s. courtier; | court or 
palace servant. 

Dvarlaukis, -io, sm. land belonging to 
lord or nobleman; land belonging 
to the court. 

Dvaronis,/. -io, s. courtier; courtling. 

Dvarpaialkis, -io, sm. pity estate. 

Dvarponis, -io, sm. landlord. 

Dvaruzis, dim. of Dvaras. 

Dvarviete, -es, sm. court's place; place 
of a palace. 

Dvasia, -ios, sf ghost; spirit; [dn&a] 
soul; [supratimas, budas] mind; dis- 
position; manner; conscience; [zen- 
klinimas] meaning; [krapas] breaih. 
Piktoji dvasia, evilspirit; devil. Seen- 
tqji — , holy ghost; holy spirit; com- 
forter. Gadyne* — , spirit of the times. 

Dvasiaregis,/. -ge, #. visionary; vision- 
ist. 



82 Dvidails 

Dvasfntl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

starve; to kill with hunger. 
Dvasiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 

adj. spiritual; ghostly; immaterial* 

[protWcns] spiritual; intellectual; 

mental; [balnytiSkas] ecclesiastical; 

clerical. | —kai, adv. spiritually; 

intelectually; mentally. 
Dvasiikija, -|os, sf. clergy; churchmen. 
Dveigys,/. -ge, *. (applied to a f oat) two 

year old. 
Dvejaip, tide, doubly; in two different 

ways. 
Dve|eri,/. -ios, = Dveji. 
Dvejerlopas,/. -pa, adj twofold ; of two 

kinds. 
Dvejetas, -o, sm. (speaking of animals 

and children) two. 
Dveji, /. -jos, num. card, (speaking of 

inanimate things) two; two in num- 
ber; couple. 
Dvejybe, -es, sf. duplicity; doubleness; 

duality. 
Dvejopas, /. -pa, adj. of two different 

kinds; twofold. | —pal, adv. doubly. 
Dvejopybe,-es,*f. duplicity; doubleness. 
Dvejopinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

double. 
Dvejoti (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. a. to 

double: | [abejoti] v.n. to doubt; to 

be undetermined. 
Dvesena, Dvesna, -os, sf. carcass; car- 
rion; fig. eoni. skeleton; very lean 

creature. 
Dvesti (dvesiu, dvesiau, dvesiu), v.n. 

to die; to perish (applied to animals 

only). 
Dvesuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), v. n. 

to pant; to gasp; to breathe. 
Dvi, see Do.' 

Dviakis, /. -ke, s. dk adj. two-eyed; bi- 
nocular. 
Dviasmenis,/. -ne, s. dk adj. two-edged; 

double-edged. 
Dviaugltis,/. -to, s. db adj. two-storied ; 

two stories high. 
Dvibalse, -es, sf. diphthong. 
Dvi brad is, -diio, sm. kind of fisher's net 

handled by two men. 
Dvicolis,/. -le, adj. of two inches. 
Dvidantis, /. -te, s. dk adj. having two 

teeth; bidental. 
Dvidazis, /. -ze, s. & adj. two-colored; 

bicolor. 



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Dvideiimt 

DvideSimt, num. card, twenty. 

Dvideiimtes, /. tta, defln. -tasis, /. -to|i, 
num. ard. twentieth. Deideiimtasis 
iimtmetis, twentieth century. 

Dvidesimtmetinis, /. -ne, adj. of twenty 
years; lasting twenty years. 

Dvieilinis,/. -ne, adj. consisting of two 
lines; [namas] two storied; two sto- 
ries high. 

Dvieilis, -io,*t». [narna*] house or build- 
ing two stories high; [kupletas] dis- 
tich; couplet. 

Dvigalvis, /. -vi, *. dk adj. two headed 
one; bicipital; bicephalous. Dvigal- 
tix erelis, the imperial eagle (of Rus- 
sia). 

Dvigubas,/. -ba, adj.; — bal, adv. double; 
twofold; twice. 

Dviirklis,/. -le, *. dk adj. two-oared. 

Dvikanopis, /. -pe, 8. db adj. bisulcate; 
bisulcous. 

Dvikarte, -os, sf. double sheet; bed- 
quilt. 

Dvikertis,/. -to, *. dk adj. biangular. 

DvikojiS, /. -|e, *. dk adj. two-legged; 
two-footed; bipedal; biped. 

Dvikova, -os, sf duel; single combat; 
battle. 

Dvilapis, /. -pe, s. dk adj. two-leaved; 
bifoliate. 

Dvylas, /. -la, defln. -lasis, /. -lo)i, adj. 
black-haired (mid of cattle). 

Dvylekintas,/. -ta, = Dvyliktas. 

Dvilekis, -io, sm. a coin of the value of 
l\ kop cks. 

Dviliezuvis,/. -ve,«. two-tongued person; 
fig. dissembler; hypocrite. 

Dvylika, num. card, twelve. 

Dvyliktas, /. -te, defln. -tasis, /. -to|l, 
num. ord. twelfth. 

Dvilinkas, /. -ka, defln. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. ; — kai, adv. twofold; biplicate. 

Dvilinklieiuvis,/. -ve, s. double-tongued 
person; hypocrite. 

Dvilypis,/. -pe, *. dkadj. binary ;binate; 
two grown together. 

Dvilypuotes, /. -te, defln. -tasis, /. -toll, 
adj. double; binary. 

Dvylys, -Io, sm. black-haired ox. 

Dvilytis,/. -te, *. dk adj. bisexual; an- 
droifynal; androginous; hermaph- 
roditical; hermaphrodite. 

Dvilukltis,/. -te, *. <fc adj. bivalve. 



83 DvisilS 

Dvllupis, /. -pe, 8. dk adj. two-lipped; 
bilabiate. 

Dvimenesinis,/. •nt,adj. of two months; 
bimonthly. 

Dvimetinis, /. -no, adj. of two years: 
to years old; biennial. 

Dvimoterybe, -os, */. bigamy. 

Dvimoteris, -io, sm. bigamist. 

Dvlnagis, /. -ge, s. dk adj. bisulcous; 
bisulcate. 

Dvynaitis,/. -te, s. twin; one very much 
resembling another. 

Dvynys, /. -no, dim. -nutis,/. -to, s. twin- 
brother;/, twin-sister. PI. Dvyniai, 
-lij, dim. -nuclai, -iij, sm. twins; \astr. 
the Twins; Gemini. 

Dvlnytis, -Sio, usually in the pi. DvinySiai, 
•iy, sm. cloth woven with the aid 
of two heddles. 

Dvynu&iai, -iij, sm. pi. twins. | astr. the 
Twins; Gemini. 

Dvlporis,/. -ro, s. dk adj. bijugate; bi- 
jugous. 

Dviprasme, -os, sf. ambiguity; equivo- 
calness; clinch. 

Dvipusis,/. -so, s. db adj. two-sided one. 

Dvipusiskas,/. -ka, defln. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. two-sided. 

DviraSial, -ty» sm. pi two- wheeled car- 
riage. 

Dviragis,/. -ge, s. db adj. two-horned, 
bicorn. 

Dvirankis,/. -ke, s. dk adj. two-handed; 
bimanous; [ant kryikeUs\ guide- 
post ; post at the cross ways. 

Dviratis, -C*io, sm. wheel; bicycle. 

Dvlsa, -os, sf. offensive smell; stink. 

Dvisavaitinis,/. -ne, adj. fortnightly. • 

Dvisavaitis, -fcio, sm. fortnight. 

Dvisoda, adv. sitting two together; — 
joti % to ride two together on horse- 
back. 

Dviskaite, -os, sf. dual number. 

Dviskiemenis,/. -no, *. dk adj. dissylab- 
ic; dissylable. 

Dvisparnis,/. -ne, *. dk adj. two winged; 
bipennate; diptera. 

Dvisti (-stu, -sau, -siu), v.n. to begin to 
stink. 

Dvistiebis,/. -be, s. dk adj. two-masted 
(vessel). 

Dvisus, /. -si, defln. -susis,/. -sio|i, adj. 
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Dvisakas 84 

Dvisakas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. two-forked; bifurcate; bifur- 
cated. 
Dvisakes, -ii|, sf. pi. fork with two 

prongs; [meziamoxios] dungfork. 
Dvisakuma, -os, sf. bifurcation. 
Dvisakumas, -o, sm. bifurcation; place 
of forking or division into two 
branches. 
Dvisonis, /. -ne, *. & adj. two-sided: 

bilateral. 
Dvitaskis, -io, sm. colon. 
Dvivamzdis, /. -de, *. cfe adj. double- 
barreled [gun, etc]. 
Dvivardis,/. -de, s. & adj. having two 

names; binomial. 
Dvivarsis,/. -se, s. & adj. two-colored; 

bicolor. 
Dviveidis, /. -de, s. & adj. two-faced; 

jig. hypocrite. 
Dviziedis,/. -de, #. & adj. biflorate; bi- 

florous. 
Dvokas, -o, sm. fust; musty smell; 

fustiness. 
Dvokti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.n. to fust; 

to smell ill; to stink. 
Dvokus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kio|i,arf/. 

having a bad smell; fusty. 
Dziaugsmas, -o, sm. joy; pleasure; de- 
light; merriment; mirth; gladness. 
Dziaugsmingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go- 
jl, adj. joyful; delightful; glad; 
merry. \ — qa\,adv. joyfully; delight- 
fully; gladly. 
Dziaugtis (-giuos, -giaus, -gsiuos), v. rfl. 
to rejoice; to be glad; to delight; to 
take great pleasure; to enjoy. 
Dziaustyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), r.frq., 
Dziauti (dziauju, dzioviau, dziausiu), 
v.a. to hang (clothes, linen); — ja- 
ws, to place the corn in a kiln for 
drying. 
Dzlegorius, = Laikrodis. 
Dzingelis, -io, sm. hot. masterwort. Im- 

peratoria ostruthium. 
Dzlova, -OS, sf. med. consumption; 

phthisis. 
Dziovinimas, -o, sm. (the act of) drying; 

making dry. 
Dziovininkas,/. -ke, s. person ill of con- 
sumption; consumptive. 
Dziovinys, Ao,sm. toast; biscuit. 
Dziovinti (-nu, nau, -nsiu), v.a. to dry. 
| — $, v. rfl. to dry one's self. 



Edikas 

Dziovulingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go- 
lf, arf/\ consumptive? affected with 
consumption. 

Dziuga, -os, sf. joy; pleasure; delight. 
I smf. merry or joyful fellow or 
woman. 

Dziugetis (-giuos, -gSjaus, -ggsiuos), v. 
rfl. = Dziaugtis. 

Dziugingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. joyful; merry; delightful. | 
— gai, ado. joyfully. 

Dziuginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to glad- 
den; to make glad; to delight; to 
rejoice. 

Dziugma, -OS, sf. bat. felon- wort; morel; 
nightshade. Solanum. 

Dziugti (dziungu, dziugau, dziugsiu), v. 
n. to become glad; to take pleasure; 
to rejoice. 

Dziugulys, -io,*m. = Dziaugsmas; | joy- 
ful fellow. 

Dziugumas, -o, sm. joy fulness; merri- 
ment. 

Dziugus,/. -gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gioji, <?#. 
joyful; rejoicing; exulting. | — giai, 
adv. joyfully; gladly. 

Dziusna, -os, sf. (the act of) growing 
dry; growing lean; [dziova] con- 
sumption; I coUoq. consumptive man 
or woman. 

Dziuti (dziustu or dziuvu, dziuvau, 
dziusiu), v.n. to dry; to grow dry; ) 
to grow loan; fig. to pine; to lan- 
guish. 

Dziuvimas, -o,sm. drying; growing lean; 
fig. languishing. 



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Efinterj. ah! alas! 

Edalas, -o, sm. food [for swine or other 
animals] . 

Edantis, /. -ti, defin. -tysis, /. -cJoji, prt. 
eating; corroding; corrosive. 

Edesls, -Io, sm. (the act of) eating; [eda- 
las] food. 

Edikas,/. -ke, s. eater; glutton; greedy 
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Edlmas 

Edimas, -o f am. (the act of) eating; | 
corroding; corrosion. 

Edis, -ies, sf. food ; | med. scurvy. 

Edmens, -ly, sm. pi. mouth; chaps. 

Edro, interj. do eat! graze I 

Edrumas, -0, sm. greediness; voracity: 
gluttony. 

Edrus, /. -ri, defin. -rusis, /. -rloji, adj. 
gluttonous; ravenous; voracious; 
greedy. | — riai, adv. greedily; vora- 
ciously. 

Ediios, -ty, sf. pi. rack; manger; crib. 

Eduo, -dens, sm. med. caries. 

Egyptas, -0, sm. Egypt. 

Egyptenas,/. -ne, *. Egyptian; native of 
Egypt. 

EgyptiSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. Egyptian; of Egypt. 

Egle, -es, sf. bot. fir; fir tree. Abies. 

Eglike, -es, sf, [dim. o/'EglE], little fir; 
I bot. spurge. Euphorbia. 

Eglynas, -0, sm. forest of fir trees 

Eglynells, -io, sm. fir grove. 

Eglinis,/. -ne, adj. fir. . . ; of fir. 

Eglius, -iaus, sm. bot. yew; yew tree. 
Taxus baccata. 

Eglute, -es, sf. (dim. of Egi £), little fir; 
I bot. ground-pine. Ajuga chamte- 
pitys. 

Egoistas,/. -te, *. egotist. 

Egoistiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. egotistic; egotistical. 

Egoizmas, -0, sm. egotism; egoism. 

Egzamenas, -0, sm. examination; dis- 
quisition. 

Egzaminuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), 
v. a: to examine. 

Egzekucija, -os, sf. execution; slaugh- 
ter. 

Egzekutorius, -iaus, sm. executioner. 

EgzekvijoS,-jij,«/. pi obsequies; funeral 
rites. 

Egzemplorius, -iaus, sm. copy. 

Egzortai, -i|, sm. pi. exorcism. 

Ei, interj. eh! say! hey! halloo! 

Eibfc, -es, sf. — Eibis. 

Eibis, -\o,sm. swarm; multitude; | nui- 
sance. 

Elga, -os, sf. walk ; passage. 

Eigastis, -ies, sf. gait. 

Eikvoiimas, -0, sm. wasting; squander- 
ing- 

Eikvotl (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu>, v. a. to 



85 Eiektriskas 

waste; to spend; to consume; to 
squander; to dissipate. | — $,v.rfl. 
to waste; to dwindle; to be con- 
sumed. 

Eikvotojas, /. -|a, s. squanderer. 

Eile, -es, dim. -lele, -lute, sf. line; row; 
rank; file; | set. PL Elles, -iy, sf. po- 
em ; piece of poetry. 

Eilerasys, /. -so, *. rhymer; rhymist, 
rhymster; versifier. 

Eilininkas,/. -ke, s. versifier; mil. com- 
mon soldier. 

Eliinis,/. -ne, adj. line. . . ; of file. 

Eiiiuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), v. a. 
to put in a row; to file; to rank; to 
range; [eiles raSyti] to rhyme; to 
make verses; to put into rhymes. 

Eisena, -os, sf. gait; manner of walk- 
ing; walk. 

Eiti (einu, gjau, eisiu), v. n. to go; to 
walk; to proceed; to move; to be in 
motion; lenktynii£ — , to vie, to con- 
tend; to compete; to race. | — s, v. 
impers. to fare; to do; to be getting 
along: kaip einadt how do you do? 
how are you getting along? how are 
you? 

Ejimas, -0, sm. walking; going. 

Ejunas,/. -ne, s. tramp; stroller. 

Ekonomas, -0, sm. land-steward; econo- 
mist. 

Ekonomija, -os, sf economy. 

Ekonomistas,/. -te, s. economist. 

EkonomiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko- 
ji, adj. economical; sparing; saving. 

Ekskursija, -os, sf. excursion. 

Ekspedicija, -os, sm. expedition. 

Eksplioatacija, -os, sf exploit. 

Ekspiioatatorius, -iaus,*/. exploiter. 

Eksplioatuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), 
v. a. to exploit. 

Ekvatorius, -iaus, sm. equator. 

EkvatoriSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko- 
ji, adj. equatorial. 

Elastiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. elastic, elastical. 

Elastiikumas, -0, sm. elasticity. 

Eldija, -os, sf = Aldija. 

Elegija, -os, sf (in poetry) elegy. 

ElegiSkas,/. -ka, adj. elegiac. 

Elektra, -os, sf. electricity. 

Eiektriskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. electric; electrical. 



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Elektrizuoti 

Elektrizuoti (-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu), 

v.a. to electrify; to electrize. 
ElementariSkas, / -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 

-kojl, adj. simple: primary. 
Elementas, -o, sm. element; constituent 

part. 
Elementinis, /. -ne, Elementiikas, /. -ka, 

defin. -kasis,/. -koji, adj. elemental. 
Elgeta, -OS, smf. beggar; mendicant; 

poor creature. 
Elgetauti (tauju, -tavau, -tausiu), v.n. 

to beg; to beg alms. 
Elgetavimas, -o, sm. (the act of) begging 

alms. 
Elgetybe, -es, sf. beggarliness; poverty; 

beggar's life. 
Elgimasi, -osi, sm., Elgsena, -os, sf con- 
duct; behavior; demeanor. 
Elgtis (-giuos, -giaus, -gsiuos), v.rfl. to 

behave; to conduct one's self. 
Elka, -os, sf. grove. 
Elnias, -io, sm. zool. hart; stag; deer. 
Elvyta, -os, sf. swing pole. 
Eizbieta, -os, sf. Elizabeth. Dim. Elzbu- 

te, Elzlute, Betsy, Betty, Bess. 
Emaliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), v. 

a. to enamel. 
Emalius, -iaus, sm. enamel. 
Emejas,/. -ja, *. taker; receiver; [laik- 

rateio] subscriber. 
Emerltas,/. -ta, s. pensionary. 
Emeritura, -os, sf. pension. 
Emigracija, -os, sf. emigration. 
Emigranfas,/. -to, s. emigrant. 
Emlgravimas, -o, sm. emigration. 
Emigruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v. 

n. to emigrate. 
Emimas, -0, sm. taking; receiving. 
Encyklopedija, -os, sf. encyclopedia. 
Encyklopedistas,/ -te, s. encyclopedist. 
Encyklopediskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 

-koji, adj. encyclopedical. 
Energija, -os, sf. energy. 
EnergiSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|I, 

adj. energetic; energetical. | — kai, 

adv. energetically. 
Engejas,/. -ja, s. tormentor; oppressor. 
Engimas, -o, sm. tormenting; teasing; 

vexation; oppression. 
Engti(-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v.a. to tor- 
ment; to tease; to pester; to torture; 

to oppress. 
Entomologija, -os, sf. entomology. 



> Erzinlmas 

Entomologilkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
-koji, adj. entomological, 

Entuziasfas,/. -te, s. enthusiast. 

Entuziazmas, -o, sm. enthusiasm. 

Epidemifa, -os, sf. epidemic. 

Epldemiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. epidemic: epidemical. 

Epigrama, -os, sf epigram. 

Epilepsia, -os, sf epilepsy. 

EpileptiSkas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. epileptic. 

Epitafija, -os, sf epitaph; inscription on 
a monument. 

Epitetas, -o, sm. epithet. 

Epizodas, -o, sm. episode. 

Epoka, -os, sf. epoch; epoch a. 

Epopeja, -os, */. epopee; epic poem. 

Era, -os, sf. era. 

Eras, -o, dim. -reiis, -riukas, sm. lamb. 

ErSia, -ios, sf. open place; room ; space. 

Erdvas, /. -va, defin. -vasis, /. -voji, adj. 
spacious; roomy; ample; capacious. 

Erdve, -es, sf. space: room ; expanse; ex- 
tension; [tustuma] vacuum; empty 
space. 

Erdvumas, -o, sm. spaciousness; roomi- 
ness. 

Erelis, -io, sm. orn. eagle. 

Erelyte, -es, sf. female eagle. 

Erelytis, -£io, sm. young eagle; eaglet. 

Ergelis, -io, sm. trouble; embarrass- 
ment, disquiet; perplexity. 

Eriena, -os, sf. lamb's meat; lamb. 

Eringa, -os, defin. -gojl, adj. f. sheep big 
with young. 

Eriukas, -o, [dim. of Eras], sm. lamb. 

Erke, -es, sf. ent. tick. 

Ermyderis, -io, sm. clutter; pother, 
bustle; tumult; flutter. 

Erikecluotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 
adj. thorny; full of thorns. 

Eriketynas, -0, sm. thorn; thorn bush. 

Ersketis, -fcio, sm. hot. dog-rose. Rosa 
canina; | thorn 

Eiiketroze, -es, sf. hot. rose; sweet- 
brier. Rosa centifolia. 

Ertas, = Ehdvas. 

Ertme, -es, sf. = ErdvE. 

ErtmiSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. of space; of vacuum. 

Erube, = JfiRrBfi. 

Erzilas, -o, sm. stallion. 

Erzinlmas, -o, sm. vexation; incitation; 
irritation. 



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Erzintl 

Erzinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to vex; 
to irritate; to provoke; to tease; to 
excite. 

Erzititojat, /. -Ja, s. vexer; irritator; 
provoker. 

Esantis, /. -ti, defi n. -tysis, /. -Sioji, prl. 
being; existing. 

Isena, -os, sf. eating. 

Esencija, -os, sf . essence. 

Isybe, -es, sf being; existence; | crea- 
ture. Virsvgamte — , supernatural 
existence; spirit; God. 

Esybinis,/. -ne, EsybiSkas, /. -ka, defin. 
-kasis, /. -kojl, adj. essential: sub- 
stantial; material. 

Esybiskumas, -o, sm. real existence: es- 
sentiality; essential ness. 

Esiuklis, -io, sm. shave-grass; marsh- 
horsetail. 

Esmeninls, /. -ne, EsmeniSkas, /. -ka, 
defin. -kasis,/. -ko\\ f <tdj. substantial; 
essential: intrinsic. | —ktL\,ad*. sub- 
stantially; e sentially. 

Esmuo, -mens, sm. being; existence;/^, 
subject; character; [dulyko] essence; 
substance; nature. 

Estetika, -os, */. aesthetics. 

Estetiikas, / -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. ae^thetical. | — kai, adv. eesthet- 
ically. 

Esti (£du, gdiiau, Psiu), v. a. n. to eat 
(said of aninuiU). | — s, v. rfl. to bile 
each other; fig. to quarrel; to dis- 
pute; to wrangle. 

Estija, = Ioaunija. 

ESerys, -Io, sm. icht. perch. • 

Etika, -os, sf. ethics. 

Etilkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -kojl, adj. 
ethic, ethical. | —kai, adv. ethical- 
ly. 

Etymologija, -os, sf. etymology. 

Etymoiogiikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
ji, adj. etymological. | —kai adv. 
etymologically. 

Etnografi|a, -os, sf. ethnography. 

Etnografiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/ -ko- 
ji, adj. ethnographical, 

Etnologi|a, -OS, *f ethnology. 

Etnologiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/ -ko- 
|i, adj. ethnological. 

Europa, -os, sf. Europe. 

Europittis, /. -te,«. European; inhabit- 
ant of Europe. 



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Europinis,/ -ne. Europilkas,/ -ka, defin. 

-kasis,/ -ko|i, adj. European. 
Evangelija, -os, sf. gospel. 
Evangelikas,/. -k$,«. protest ant; calvin- 

ist. 
Evangelistas, -o, sm. evangelist. 
Evangeliskas, /. -ka, defin -kasis,/ -ko- 

\\,adj. evangelic; evangelical. | —kai, 

adv. evangelically. 
Ezeras, -o, dim. -relis, -riukas, sm. lake. 
Ezerynas, -o, sm. country abounding 

with lakes. 
Ezerinls,/. -ne, adj. lake...; lacustral. 
Ezia, -ios, sf. balk: ridge; boundary; 

land mark; [lysre] garden-bed. 
Ezinis,/ -ne, adj. of balk or ridge: [lys- 

viiii*] belonging (or pertaining) to 

garden-bed; | of hedgehog. 
Ezys, -io, sm. tool, hedgehog. 



F [Letter F is not proper to the Lithu- 
anian language. All the words begin- 
ning with this character, or in which 
it occurs, are of foreign origin]. 

Fabrikas, -0, sm. factorv; manufactory; 
mill. 

Fabrikantas, -o,*m. manufacturer; own- 
er of a factory. 

Fabrikuoti (-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu), 
v.a. to fabricate; to manufacture; to 
produce. 

Fajansas, -o, sm. delf ; earthen ware. 

Fakcija, -os, sf. faction. 

Faktas, -o, sm. fact. 

Faktorius, -iaus, sm. factor; agent. 

Fakultetas, -0, sm. faculty; one of the 
departments of a university. Medi- 
cinos, jurisprudencijos ft/eultetas, fac- 
ulty of medicine, of law. 

Falias, -0, sm. falsehood; counterfeit. 

FalSuoti (-suoju, -savau, -Suosiu), v. a. 
to falsify; to adulterate; to counter- 
feit. 

Falsuotojas,/. -ja, s. falsifier; counter- 
feiter. 

Familiarilkas,/ -ka, defin. familiar. 

Familija, -os, sf. family. 

Fanatikas,/ -ke, *. fanatic. 



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FanatiSkas 

FanatiSkas, /. -ka, defin. .kasis, /. -ko|i 9 
adj. fanatic, fanatical. | — kai, adv. 
fanatically. 

Fanatizmas, -o, sm. fanaticism. 

Fantas, -o, sm. pawn; pledge. 

Fanlazi|a, -OS, sf. fantasy; fancy; imag- 
ination. 

Farizejas, -o, sm. pharisee. 

Farizejybe, -es, sf. pharisaism. 

Farizejinis, /. -ne, Farizejiskas, /. -ka, 
dtfin. -kasis, /. -koji, adj. pharisaic- 
(al). | —kai, ado. pharisaically. 

Farsa, -os, sf. farce; drollery. 

Fatalistas,/. -te, *. fatalist. 

Fataiiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. fatal. | —kai, adv. fatally. 

Fatalizmas, -o, sm. fatalism. 

Fauna, -OS, sf. fauna. 

Favorites,/. -te,#. favorite; pet: minion: 
darling. 

Federacija, -OS, sf. federation. 

Felceris, -io, sm. assistant surgeon; bar- 
ber-surgeon. 

Feldmarsalas, -o, sm. field-marshal. 

Feljetonas, -o, sm. feuilleton. 

Feodalinis,/. -ne, FeodaliSkas,/. -ka, adj. 
feudal. 

Feodalizmas, -o, sm. feudalism. 

Fermentacija, -os, sf. fermentation. 

Fermentuotis (-tuojuos, -tavaus, -tuo* 
siuos), v. rfl. to ferment. 

Fyga, -os, sf. fig. Fygy, medis* fig tree. 

Figura, -os, sf. figure, shape. 

Figuruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v. a. 
n. to figure; to represent 

Fikcija, -os, sf. fiction. 

FiktyyiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -kofi, 
adj. fictitious. | —kai, adv. fictitious- 
ly. 

Filantropas, -0, sm. philanthropist. 

Filantropija, -OS, sf. philanthropy. 

FilantropiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
ji, adj. philanthropic(al). | —kai, 
adv. philanthropically. 

Filologas, -0, sm. philologist. 

Filologija, -os, sf. philology. 

FilologiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. philologic(al). | — kai,«rfp. phil- 
ologically. 

Filozofas, -o, sm. philosopher. 

Filozofija, -os, sf. philosophy. 

Filozofiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. philosophical. 



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Filozofuoti (-fuoju, -favau, -fuosiu), v. 

n. to philosofize. 
Finansai, -i|, sm. pi. finances. 
Finansistas,/. -te, *. financier. 
PinansiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. financial. | —kai, adv. financial- 
ly. 
Firma, -os, sf. firm. 
Firmamerrtas, -o, sm. firmament. 
Fizika, -OS, sf. physics; natural philos- 
ophy. 
Fizikas, -o, sm. natural philosopher. 
FiziSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

physical. | —kai, adv. physically. 
Fiziologas, -o, sm. physiologist; physi- 

ologer. 
Fiziologija, -os, sf. physiology. 
FiziologiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. physiologic(al). | —kai, adv. 

physiologically. 
Fiegma, -os, sf. phlegm. 
Flegmatikas,/. -ke, s. phlegmatic per- 
son. 
FlegmatiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. phlegmatic. | —kai, adv. phleg- 

matically. 
Flora, -os, sf. flora. 
Foliantas, •©, sm. folio. 
Fondas, -o, sm. fund. 
Fontana, -os, sf. fountain. 
Forma, -os, sf. form ; shape. 
Formacija, -os, sf. formation. 
Formalisms,/, -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. formal. | —kai, adv. formally 
Formal isku mas, -o, sm. formality. 
Formula, -os, sf. formula. 
Formuliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), 

v.a. to formulate; to formulize. 
Formuoti (-muoju, -mavau, -muosiu), 

v.a. to form. 
Foriifikacija, -os, sf. fortification. 
Fosforas, -o, sm. phosphorus. 
FosforiSkas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. phosphoric. 
Fotografas, -o, sm. photographer. 
Fotografija, -os, sf. photography; photo; 

photograph. 
FotografiSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 

|i, adj. photographic(al). 
Fotografuoti (-fuoju, -favau, -fuosiu), 

v.a. to photograph. 
Frakas, -o, sm. dress-coat. 
Francuzas, -o, sm. Frenchman;— ze, -es, 

/. Frenchwoman. 



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Francuzl|i 

Francuzija, -oa f sf. Prance. 
Francuziskas,/ «ka, defin. -kills,/, -ko- 

|I, adj. ; — kli, adv. French. 
Fundameiitas,-o, #m. foundation; basis; 

fundamental. 
Fundimentaliikas, /. -ki, defin. -kills,/. 

-ko|i, adj. fundamental. 
Funkci|a, -os, sf. function. 



Gibilis, -0, dim. -leiis, sm. piece. 

Gabana, -01, sf. armful. 

Gabenlmas, -o, sm. carrying; transpor- 
tation; conveyance. 

Gabenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), t.a. to trans- 
port; to carry; to convey. 

Gabentojas,/. -|a,«. transporter; carrier; 
conveyer. 

Gabili, adv. skillfully; dextrously; 
cleverly; knowingly. 

Gabimia, 6abi|a, sf. myth, goddess of 
hearth and wealth. 

Gabumas, -0, sm. ability; talent; apti- 
tude; capacity; capableness. 

Gabus, / -bi, defin. -busis,/ -bioji, adj. 
talented; skillful; capable; fit; apt; 
able. 

Gacnumas, -o, sm. squeamishness; fas- 
tidiousness; nicety. 

6acnus,/. -ni, defin. -nusls,/ -nlo|i, adj. 
squeamish; nice; fastidious. | — nial, 
adv. squeamishly; nicely. 

Gadyne, -as, */. age; era. 

Gadinimas, -o, *m- (the act of) spoiling. 

Gadinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a to spoil; 
to corrupt. | — S, v. rfl. to spoil ; to 
corrupt; to be spoiled. 

Gagandiui, -iaus, *m. muzzle; fastening 
for the mouth. 

Gagenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Gageti (-gu, 
-gejau, -gesiu), v.n. to quack {said 
of a duck or goose). 

Gaida, -os, sf. tune; air; melody. 

Gaidakoiis, = Gaidpirstis. 

Gaidas, -0, sm. desire. = Geismas, 

Gaidelial, -iq, sm. pi. bot. crowfoot, ge- 
nus Ranunculus 

Gaidgysta, -os,*/ cock-crowing; fig. the 

early morning. 
Gaidys, -dzio, sm. cock. Dim. -delis, 
•diiukas, cockerel; [karabino] cock. 



» Gailus 

Gaidpiritis,-clo,«m. bot. meadow crow's- 
foot. Ranunculus acris. 

Gaidrytis (-drijas, -drijos, -drysis), v. 
impers. to become serene. 

Gaidrus, /. -drl f defin. trusts, / -drio|i f 
adj. clear; cloudless; serene. | — dru- 
mas, sm. clearness; serenity. 

Gaidukas, -o, sm. cockerel; | [Tat.]*ign 
of interrogation [?]. 

Gaigalas, -o, sm. drake; mallard. 

Gaigumas, -o, sm. exceptiousness; dain- 
tiness; squeamishness. 

Gaigus,/. -gl, defin. -gusis,/ -glojl, adj. 
particular in one's choice; excep- 
tion; dainty; squeamish. 

Gaila, adv. it is a pity ; I am sorry. Qai- 
la 9 had teip (vyko, I am sorry it has 
happened so. 

Gailasirdingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/ -go- 
|i, adj. tender-hearted; compassion- 
ate. | —gal, ado. tender-heartedly; 
compassionately. 

Gailalirdis,/ -da,*, dbadj. tender-heart- 
ed one; compassionate. 

Gaila [ga'ile], -es,*/pity; regret. 

Gaile [gai'le], -as, sf. bot. Dutch myr 
tie; marsh Andromeda. Ledum pa- 
lustre. 

Gailekdie, interj. God forbid! 

Gailastingas,/ -ga, defin. -gasis,/ -go|i, 
adj. sorrowful. | —gal, ado. sorrow 
fully. 

Gailastis, -las, sf grief; sorrow; regret; 
pity. 

Gailetis (-liuos, -lejaus. -lesiuos), v.rfl. 
to pity; to compassionate one; to re- 
gret; to be grieved; to be sorry; to 
repent. 

Gailiai, -ty, sm. pi. = Gail£s. 

Gailiai, ado. painfully; sorrowfully; 
dolefully. 

Gailingas, / -ga, defin. -gasis, / -goji, 
adj. compassionate; merciful; [gai- 
lus] doleful; plaintive. | —gal, ado. 
dolefully. 

Gaillngumas, -o, sm. pity; compassion; | 
mournfulness; dolefulness. 

Gailinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to awak- 
en pity. 

Gailumas, -o, sm. sharpness (of buck). 

Gailus, / -II, defin. -lusis, / -liofi, adj. 
plaintive; doleful; woeful; mourn- 
ful ; | sharp (said of buck). 



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Gainioti 

Gainloti (-nioju, -niojau, -niosiu), v. a 
to chase; to drive; to pursue. 

Galre, -es, sf. pole; perch. 

Gaisas, -o, sm. reflected light of a blaz 
ing fire; blaze; expanded light. 

Gaisras, -o, sm. fire; conflagration 

Gaisrinis,/. -ne, adj. pertaining to fire. . 

Gaisas, Gaistas, -o, sm. lingerer: loiter- 
er; laggard; dawdler; [gaUtis] loss 
of time. 

Gaisatis, -les sf. waste (or loss) of time. 

GaiSimas, -o, sm. disappearing; vanish- 
ing; | dying; perishing (said of ani- 
mals); | loitering. 

Gailinimas, -o, sm. (the act of) drawing 
one away from his work; — laiko, 
wasting of time. 

Gaisinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to cause 
a delay; to draw one away from his 
work; — laikq, to waste time; [nai- 
kinti] to waste; to destroy; to deso- 
late. 

Gaisin to|as,/. -ja, s. lingerer; delayer; 
loiterer. 

Gaillus, /. -II, defin. -lusis,/. -Iloji, adj. 
laggard ; slow ; si uggish. 

Gaisti (-§tu, -§au, -siu), t>. n. to tarry; 
to loiter; to delay; [ni/kti] to disap- 
pear; to vanish ; [stipti] to perish, to 
die (said of animals). 

Gaistis, -ies, sf. loss of time. 

Gai$uoti(-suoju, -Savau, -suosiu), t. n. 
to tarry; to loiter; to waste time. 

Gaisus, /. -51, defin. -Susis,/. -Sioji, adj. 
dull; tedious; dilatory; slow: [nykv*] 
evanescent; perishable; fleeting; van- 
ishing.^ 

Gaivalas, -o, sm. element; living being. 

Gaivaletis(-l6juos, -lejaus, -lgsiuos), v. 
rfl. to recover; to grow better. 

Gaivalinis,/. -ne; Gaivaliskas,/. -k&,defin. 
-kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. elemental. | — kai, 
adv. elementally. 

Gaivinimas, -o, sm. (the act of) recover- 
ing; refreshment; recreation. 

Gaivinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to recre- 
ate; to refresh ; to recover; to bring 
back to a former state. 

Gaivumas, -o, sm. liveliness; vivacity: 
briskness. 

Gaivus, /. -vi, defin. -vusis,/. -vioji, adj. 
brisk; lively. ) — viai, adv. lively: 
briskly. 



90 Gaiincms 

Gaizeti (-z5ju, -z€jau, -zesiu), t. n. to 

become rancid, sourish. 
Gaizumas, -o, sm. rancidity; bitterish- 

ness. 
Gaizus, /. -zl, defin. -zusis,/. -zio|i, adj. 

rancid; bitterish; sourish. 
Gajus, /. -|i, defin. -justs, /. -io|i, adj. 

consolidative; healing up; | not easi- 
ly slaughtered or butchered (said of 

animals). 
Gajute, -es, sf. hot. milfoil; yarrow. 

Achillea millefolium. 
Gakta, -os, */. forepart of the sleigh. 
Gaktine, -es, sf. the forebeam or front 

cross-bar of the sleigh. 
Gal, adv. may be; perhaps; likely. 
Galabinimas, -o, sin murdering; killing; 

assassinating. 
Galabinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Galabyti 

(-biju,-bijau,-bysiu), v. a. to murder; 

to kill; to slaughter; to assassinate. 
Galabintojas,/. -|a,«. murderer; assassin, 

assassinator. 
Galan, adv. to the close; toward the 

end. 
Galandyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), Gainst! 

(-landu, -landau, -lasiu), r. a. to 

sharpen; to whet; to put an edge on. 
Galas, -0, sm. end; close; termination; 

close of life; death; destruction. 

Svieto — , the end of the world. Ant 

gaty galo; ant galo pagalios y in the 

end; at last; after all; | [klojimo, 

dar tines] bay. 
Galastuvas, -0, sm. grindstone; whet- 
stone; hone. 
Gale, -es, sf. might. = Galia. 
Galejlmas, -o, sm. capacity; ability. 
Galerija, -os, sf gallery. 
Galetl (-liu, -lejau, -lesiu), v. n. to be 

able; can. 
Galetynes, -lij t «f. pi wrestling; combat; 

fight; struggle. 
Galges, -ii|, */. pi gallows; gibbet. 
Galia, -ios, sf power; strength; might. 
Galiaus, Galiausiai, adv. finally; at last. 
Galybe, -es, sf. power; might. 
Galicija, -os, sf. Galicia. 
Galimas, /. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -mojl, 

prt. possible. 
Galimastis, -ies, sf possibility; might. 
Galinclus, -iaus, *ro. strong man; athlete; 

| potentate. 



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Galingas 

Galingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. powerful; mighty. | — gai, adv. 
powerfully; mightily. 

Galingumas, -o, sm. mightiness; power. 

Galinis,/. -ne, adj. last; terminating; 
extreme; ultimate; final. 

Galionas, -o, sm. galloon ; lace. 

Galiunas, -o, sm. potentate. 

Galop, adv. at the close; at the end; 
finally. 

Galune, -es, sf. end; ending, gram, end- 
ing. 

Galuoti (-luoju, -lavau, -luosiu), v. a. to 
kill; to murder. | v.n. to be well; to 
be healthy. 

Galutinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -noil, 
adj. ultimate; final; decisive; con- 
clusive. | — nai, adv. ultimately; 
conclusively. 

Galutinis, /. -ne, adj. last; hindmost; 
terminating; ultimate. 

Galva, -os, dim. -vele,*f. head;/$r. head: 
chief; leader. Cukraua — , loaf of 
sugar. Nvo galvos iki koj%, from top 
to toe. Oalcos skaudejimas, head- 
ache. 

Galvapinigiai, -ty, sm. pi. capitation tax ; 
poll tax. 

Galvarailtis, -£io, sm. headband. 

Galvasuktis, -Sio, sm. giddiness; dizzi- 
ness; vertigo; fig. trouble; disturb- 
ance of mind; embarrassment; 
scrape; difficulty. 

Galvairuk£iais,a<fa. at the peril of break- 
ing one's neck; over head and ears; 
head -over-heels; headlong. 

Galvazudybe, -es, sf. murder. 

Galvaiudingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go 
\\ f adj. murderous; deadly; death 
ful. 

Galvaiudys,/. -de,*, murderer; assassin 
assassinator. 

Galvazudyste, -es, sf. murder; massacre 
slaughter. 

GalvaiudHfckas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/ -ko- 
\\,adj. murderous ;deathful; destruc 
tive. | — kai, adv. murderously. 

Galvenos, -4, sf. pi. flax head. 

Galvenotas, /. -ta, ^defin. -fasis, /. -to|i, 
adj. many-headed. 

Galvide, -es, sf. cow house. 

Galviias, -0, sm. cow; ox; beast; brute; 
animal. PI. — vijai, cattle; live stock. 



91 Gandrasnape 

Galvi|iSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. like cattle; beastly; bestial; bru- 
tal; brutish. I — kai, adj. bestially; 
brutally. 

Galvinis, /. -ne, adj. belonging to the 
hew\;fig. chief; main; capital .prin- 
cipal. 

Galvottus, -laus, sm. big-headed person; 
fig. reasoner; fig. wiseacre. 

Galvotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 
many-headed; having many heads 
(said of flax and other plants). 

Galvoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v. n. to 
grow in heads; to head, to become 
heads {said of flax); | [protauti] to 
think; to reason. | — s, v. rfl. — v& 
kq, to give security for; to warrant; 
to answer for. 

Galvugale, -es, */. the head of a bed. 

Gamalas, = Gem alas. 

Gamas, -0, sm. nature. = Gamta. 

Gaminti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to make; 
to procure; to prepare; to provide; 
to furnish. 

Gamta, -os, sf. nature; universe. Oam- 
tosmokslai, physical science; natu- 
ral philosophy. 

Gamtatyrejas,/. -|a, Gamtazinys,/. -ni, s. 
natural philosopher; naturalist. 

Gamtazinybe,-es,. < ?/. natural philosophy; 
physical science. 

GamtaziniSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
ji, adj. pertaining to natural philoso- 
phy. 

Gamtininkas,/. -ke, *. naturalist; natu- 
ral philosopher. 

Gamtininkybe, -es, sf. natural philoso- 
phy. 

Gamtinis,/. -ne, adj. of nature ; natural; 
pertaining to nature. 

GamtiSkas, /. -ka, defin, -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. natural; pertaining to nature. 
I —kai, adv. naturally; according to 
nature. 

Gamula, -os, smf. hornless cow or ox; 
fig. blockhead; dolt. 

Gana, abbr. Gan, adv. enough; sufficient- 
ly. 

Gandas, -o,«m. rumor; talk; report. Pa~ 
leuti gandty to spread rumor. 

Gandintl(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), = GasDiNTi. 

Gandras, -0, sin. stork. 

Gandrasnape, -es, sf. hot. crane's bill; 
blood-dock. Geranium sanguineum. 



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Gandrines 



92 



Gandrines, -ty, sf pi. Annunciation day. 
(March 25). 

Ganedinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Ganedyti 
(-dijo, -dijau, -dysiu), v.a. to satis- 
fy; to content; to please. | — $, v.rfl. 
to be content; to be satisfied; to ac- 
quiesce. 

Ganetinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i, 
adj. sufficient; enough. | — nai, adv. 
sufficiently; enough. 

Ganeva, -os, sf. feeding; pasturage; pas- 
ture. 

Gangis,-io,#?n. set;— raty, set of wheels. 

Gangreit, adv. almost; nearly. 
. Gangrina, -os, sf. mortification. 

Ganyba, -os, sf. tending of flock or cat- 
tle; feeding; pasturage. 

Ganykla, -os, sf. pasture; pasture-land; 
pasturage. 

Ganyklinis,/. -ne, adj. of pasture. 

Ganymas, -o, sm. tending (of a flock or 
herd); pasturing. 

Ganyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v.a. to pas- 
ture; to graze; to herd; to tend (the 
cattle). | — s, v. rfl. to graze; to feed 
on; to pasture. 

Ganyto|as,/. -|a, *. shepherd. BvM% — , 
pastor; clergyman. 

Garada, -os, sf pole; rail. 

Garadyti (-diju, -dijau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
fence with rails; to rail. 

Garai, -ij, sm. pi. exhalations; evapora- 
tions. 

Garalaide, -es, sf steam pipe; vent pole. 

Garanksiiuotis (-sCiuojuos, -sciavaus, 
-sfciuosiuos), v.rfl. to twist itself into 
knots. 

Garankstinis dantls, sm. molar tooth; 
grinder. 

Garankstis, -ies, sf. tangle; knot; burl. 

Garantavimas, -o, sm. warranting. 

Garantija, -os, sf. guarantee; guaranty; 
warranty; security. 

Garantuotl (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. 
a. to guarantee; to warrant. 

Garas, -0, sm. steam ; vapor. 

Garbana, -os, sf curls; curled hair. 

Garbanottus, =-Garbinius. 

Garbanotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 
adj. curled; curly; crispy. 

Garbanoti, = Garbiniuoti. 

Garbanotojas,/. -ja, s. frizzier. 

Garbavoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v.a. 
to praise. 



Gardziai 

Garbe, -es, sf. glory; fame; praise; hon- 
or. 

Garbegodybe, -es, sf. inordinate am- 
bition; desire for honor. 

Garbegodingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go- 
ji, adj. ambitious; desirous of honor; 
greedy of fame. | — gai, adv. ambi- 
tiously. 

Garbingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /• -floji, 
adj. glorious; illustrious; honorable 
respectable. | —gai, adv. gloriously; 
illustriously; honorably. 

Garbingumas, -o, sm. gloriousness; hon- 
orableness. 

Garbiniai, -ty, sm. pi. locks; curls; ring- 
lets. 

Garbinimas, -o, sm. worship; adoration; 
praise. 

Garbiniuotes, /. -te, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, 
adj. curly; curled; crispy. 

Garbiniuoti (-niuoju, -niavau, -niuosiu), 
v.a. to curl; to crisp; to frizzle. | 
— s, v.rfl. to curl. 

Garbinius,/. -ne,«. curly-headed person. 

Garbinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to praise; 
to worship; to adore; to honor. 

Garbintolas,/. -|a,*. worshiper; adorer. 

Garboryste, -es, sf tanning; tanner's 
trade. 

Garborius, -iaus, sm. tanner. 

Garbstymas, -o, sm. praise; commenda- 
tion. 

Garbstyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), v.a. to 
praise; to extol. 

Garbumas, -o, sm. respectableness; ven- 
erabieness 

Garbus,/. -b\, defin. -busis,/. -bio|l,a*'. 
honorable; respectable; venerable | 
— biai, adv. honorably ; venerably. 

Gardinas, -o, sm. city of Grodno. 

Gardas, -0, sm. pen; fold ; hurdle; | [Bs.] 
town; city; fort, f Obsol.] 

Gardinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to make 
tasteful, savory. 

GardumeJis, -io, sm. tastefulness. 

Gardumynai, -i|, sm. pi. dainties; sweet- 
meats. 

Gardumas, -o,«w. savoriness; palatable- 
ness; tastefulness. 

Gardus,/ -di, defin. -dusis,/. -diio|i, adj. 
tasteful; savory; palatable; relish- 
able. 

Gardziai, adv. tastefully; savorily. 



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Gargaliavimas 

Gargaliavimas, -o, sm. rattling in the 
throat; gargling. 

Gargaliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), 
v.n. to rattle in the throat; to gargle; 
to snore; to snort. 

Garlnis,/. -nS, adj. steam... 

Garlaivis, -io, sm. steamer; steamship; 
steamboat. 

Garle, -es, sf. bot. crab's claw ; fresh 
water soldier. Stratiotes aloides. 

Garmeti (-mu, -mSjau, -mesiu), v.n. to 
sink with violence. 

Garnys, -io, sm. orn. [baltasis] stork; 
[juoda*i*\ heron. 

Garnizonas, -©, sm. mil. garrison. 

Garsas, -o, sm. sound; rumor; report; 
fame. 

Garseti (-siu, -sejau, -sesiu), v.n.togrow 
in fame; to become famous. 

Garsiai, adv. loudly; famously. 

Garsingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. famous; celebrated; eminent; | 
loud; vociferous. |— gal, adv. fam- 
ously; loudly. 

Garsingumas, -o, sm. famousness; re- 
nown. 

Garsinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to adver- 
tise; to proclaim; to announce; to 
divulge. | — %,v.rfl. to advertise one's 
self. 

Garsintojas, /. -|a, *. advertiser; pro- 
claim er; announcer. 

Garsmas, -o, sm. rumor; flying report. 

Garstycia, -ios, sf. bot. mustard. Sina- 
pis. PL — dios, -ty, table mustard. 

Garsumas, -o, sm. loudness; vociferous- 
ness; clamorousness; | famousness; 
famosity; celebrity. 

Garsos, /. -$i, defin. -susis,/. -sioji, adj. 
loud; vociferous; | famous; glorious; 
celebrated. 

Garia, -os, sf. scent; smell; odor. 

Gariva, -os, sf. bot. common ash weed; 
coat-wort. jEgopodium podagraria. 

Garuoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v.n. 
to steam; to send up vapors; to ex- 
hale. 

Garveiys, -lo f sm. locomotive; steam 
engine. 

Gasdinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to fright; 
to frighten; to terrify. 

Gaspada, -os, sf. inn; lodging; hotel; 
quarters. 



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Gaspadinauti (-nauju, -navau, -nausiu), 
v.n. to be a house-wife; to keep 
house. 

Gaspadine, -as, sf. house- wife; hostess. 

Gaspadorauti (-rauju, -ravau, -rausiu), 
v.n. to conduct business; to manage 
one's affairs; to keep house. 

Gaspadorius, -iaus, sm. host; master of 
the house; housekeeper. 

Gaspadorysti, -es, sf. housekeeping; 
husbandry; economy. 

Galioke, -es, sf. bot. belladonna lily. A- 
marilis Belladonna. 

Gallybe, -es, sf. % Gaslumas, -o, sm. lech- 
ery; lasciviousness; lustfulness; vo- 
luptuousness. 

Gailunas,/. -ne, s. voluptuary; sensual- 
ist. 

Gailus, /. -li, defin. -lusis, /. -Ho|i, adj. 
lecherous; lascivious; wanton; libid- 
inous; lustful; voluptuous. | — liai, 
adv. lasciviously; libidinously; vo- 
luptuously. 

Gatavas,/. -va, defin. -vasis,/. -voji, adj. 
ready; prepared; ) willing. 

Gatavyti (-viju, -vijau, -vysiu), v.a. to 
prepare. 

Gatunkas, -o, sm. kind; sort; species, tr. 
Russia, Yeisl£. 

Gatve, -es, sf. street. 

Gatvinis, /. -ne, GatviSkas, /. -ka, defin. 
-kasls, /. -ko|i, adj. street...; of a 
street. 

Gaublmas, -0, sm. hooding: | arching. 

Gaubtas, /. -fa, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 
convex; prominent; gibbous. 

Gaubti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.a. to hood, 
to veil; to cover; | to make convex; 
I to arch : to form with a curve. 

Gaubtumas, -0, sm. convexity; convex- 
ness. 

GaubtuvaSy -0, sm. hood ; cowl. 

Gaubtuves, = GobtuvEs. 

Gauda, -os, sf. peal of bells; toll; | cel- 
ebrity; renown; fame. 

Gaudagralys,/. -te,*. pickpocket. 

Gaudeti (-diiu, -dejau, -desiu), v.n. to 
peal; to toll. = Gausti. 

Gaudimas, -0, sm. pealing {of beUs); 
howling; roaring (of wind, etc.); 
wailing. 

Gaudymas, -0, sm. catching; chasing; 
hunting. 



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Gaudingas 



Gaudingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 

adj. mournful; sad. = Gaudus. 
Gaudyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v a. to 

hunt; to chase; to try to catch. 
Gaudumas, -o, sm. mourn fulness; sad- 
ness; melancholiness. 
Gauduone, -es, sf. ent. gnat. 
Gaudus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -4i\o\\,adj 
(applied to the sou?) d of hells , music, 
etc.) woeful; mournful; sad, melan- 
choly. | — dziai, adv. mournfully; 
melancholily ; woefully. 
Gauja, -os, sf. mob; crowd; flock. 
Gauruo&us, -iaus, sin. shaggy one. 
Gauruotas, /. -ta, defin -tasis, /. -toji, 
adj. shaggy ; shagged ; shag-haired. 
Gauruotumas, -o, sm. shagginess. 
Gausa, -os, sf. abundance; plenty. 
Gauseti (-seju, -sejau, -sesiu), v.n. to 

abound. 
Gausiai. adv. abundantly; plentifully; 
munificently ; generously; liberally. 
Gausybe, -as, sm. abundance. 
Gausingas, = Gausus. 
Gausinti (-nu, rfau, -nsiu), v. a. to make 

abundant; to increase; to bless. 
Gausmas, -o,*m. melancholy sound (of 

bells, music, etc.); toll; roar; howl. 
Gausti (gaudziu, gaudziau, gausiu), v. 
n. to sound; to howl; (apie varpus) 
to peal; to toll; (apie vejq) to howl; 
to roar. 
Gausumas, -o, sm. = GausybE. 
Gausus, /. -si, defin. -susis,/. -sioji, adj. 
abundant; abounding; plentiful; 
profuse; | generous; liberal. 
Gauti (gaunu, gavau, gausiu), v. a. to 
get; to obtain; to acquire. | — $,v.rfl. 
to get in; to get to a place. 
Gavejimas, -o, sm. fasting; abstinence. 
Gavenia, -ios, sf. Lent; quadragesimal 

fast. 
Gaveti(-viu, -vejau, -vSsiu), v.n. to fast; 

to abstain from food. 
Gazas, -o, sm. gas. = Duja. 
Gazaune, -6s, sf. gas works. 
Gazieta, -os, */. gazette; newspaper. 
Gazinyfta, -Cios, sf. gas works. 
Gazinis,/. -ne, adj. gas... 
Gebeti(*bu, -bgjau, -be"siu), v.n. to be 

able; to be competent. 
Gebsnumas, -o, sm. ableness; capable- 
ness; capability. 



94 Geidavimas 

Gebsnus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -nioji, adj. 

able ; capable. 
Geda, -os, sf. shame; infamy; disgrace. 
Gedastakte, -es, */. pillory. 

Gedejimas, -o, sm. mourning. 

Gedeii (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 
mourn for. 

Gedingas, /. -ga, defin, -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. bashful; shameful; shamefaced. 
| — gai, adv. bashfully. 

Gedingumas, -0, sm. bashfulness shame- 
ful ness. 

Gedinti (nu, -nau, -nsiu), Gedyti (-diju, 
-dijau, -dysiu), v. a. to shame; to 
make one ashamed; to disgrace; to 
dishonor; [moteriskq] to violate; to 
deflour. | — s, v. rfl. to shame one's 
self; to be ashamed. 

Gediskas. /. -ka, defin. -kasls, /. -ko|i, 
adj. shameful; vilainous; base; ob- 
scene; bawdy. | — kai, adv. shame- 
fully; lewdly. 

Geduliai, -iq, sm. pi. mourning; mourn- 
ing suit. Qeduliy, rubai, mourning 
apparel. 

Gedulingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. mournful; sad; sorrowful. | 
—gai, adv. mournfully. 

Gege, -es, dim. -gele, -gute, -guze, -guze- 
le, sf. orn. cuckoo. 

Gegis, -io, sm. grove. 

Gegne, -es, sf. rafter. 

Gegute, -es, sf. dim. of. GegE, cuckoo; 
| hot. cuckoo flower, species of Card - 
amine. Gegutes abruseliai,(bot.) lily 
of the valley. 

Geguze, = GegutE. Geguzes menuo, 
month of May. 

Geguzine, -es, */• May party. 

Geguzinis,/. -ne,a#. May...; of May. 

Geguzis, -io, sm. month of May. 

Geguzraibe, -es, sf. bot. buffoon orchis; 
rose orchis. Orchis morio. 

Geiba, -OS, smf. feeble, almost dying 
creature. 

Geibti (-bstu, -bau, -bsiu), v.n. to die; 
to faint. 

Geidauti (-dauju, -davau, -dausiu), v.a. 
to wish; to want; to desire; to long 
for. 

Geidautinas, /. -na, defin. -nasls,/. -no|i, 
prt. desirable. 

Geidavimas, -o, Geidimas, -o, sm. desire; 
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Geidulingas 

Geidulingas,/. -ga, defin. -gas is,/, -gofi, 
adj. desirous; coveting; covetous; 
eager; | concupiscent; libidinous; 
| — gai, adv. covetingly; libidinous- 

iy. 

Geidulingumas, -o, sm. covetousness; 

concupiscence; lustfulness. 
Geidulys, -iO,#w. passion; desire; lust; 

concupiscence. 
Geidulyste, -es, */. lustfulness; concu- 
piscence; lasciviousness. 
Geidus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzto|i, adj. 

desirous. 
Geinys, -io, sm. warp. 
Geismas, -o, sm. desire; wish. 
Geisti (geidziu, geidziau, geisiu), v.a. 

to desire; to wish; to covet. 
Geistinas,/. -na,pr*. desirable. | — nai, 
adv. desirably. Oeistinai geisti, to 
desire eagerly; to covet. 
Gela, -OS, sf. pain; ache. = GielE. 
Gelas, /. -la, defin. -lasis, /. -lo|i, adj. 
fresh ; raw; not boiled {said of milk). 
Gelbejimas, -o, sm. helping; aiding; ren- 
dering assistance; help. 
Gelbeti (beju, and -biu, -bejau, besiu), 
v.a. to help; to aid; to assist; — nuo 
ho, to deliver; to save; to preserve. 
| — s, v.rfl. to help one's self; to save 
one's self; to find protection. 
Gelbetoias,/. -|a,#. helper; saver; pro- 
tector; deliverer; savior. 
Gelda, -OS, dim. -dele, */. tray; trough; 

[juriy sliek%\ shell; mussel-shell. 
Gele, -es, dim. -lele, sf. flower; dim. 

floweret. 
Geletas, /. -ta, defin. -tasls, /. -toil, <"#• 

flowery. 
Geleze, -es, dim. -zel§, sf. knife {with a 

wooden haft); blade {of knife). 
Gelezgalls, -io, sm. piece of iron; broken 

iron. 
Gelezinis,/. -ne,a#- iron; made of iron. 
Qeletine ruda % iron ore. Geleiine 
rugStis, acid of iron; ferric acid. 
Gelezinkeldvaris, -Io, sm. depot; railroad 

depot. 
Gelezinkelis, -io, sm. railroad; railway. 
Gelezis, -ies, sm. iron. 
Geleijs, -itf, */. pi- tet. glanders. 
Gelezius, -iaus, sm. iron monger; dealer 

in iron ware or hardware. 
Geleiotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasls,/. -to|i, adj. 



95 Gelumbinis ^ . 

ferruginous; containing iron; ferrif- 
erous. 

Gelimas, -o, sm. sharp pain; ache. Dan- 
ty — , toothache. Oalvos — , head- 
ache. 

Gelynas, -o, dim. -nelis, sm. flower gard- 
en. 

Geiininkas, -o, sm. florist; — ke, -es, *f. 
flower-girl; flower-maid. 

Gelinis,/. *ne, adj. flower; flower...; 
floral. 

Geliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), v.n. 
to be valid; to be of good effect; to 
produce good effect. 

Gelme, -es, sf. depth; deepness. 

Gelstl (gelstu, geltau, geisiu), r. n. to 
grow yellow. 

Gelsvas,/. -va, defin. -vasis, /. -vo|i, adj. 
yellowish. 

Gelsvys,/. -ve, *. cream-colored l>orse. 

Gelsvokas,/. -ka, adj. rather or some- 
what yellow. 2. — ,/. -ke, *. cream- 
colored horse. 

Gelsvumas, -o, sm. yellowish ness. 

Gelta, -OS, sf jaundice; yellows. 

Gelte, -es, sf bot. saw-wort. Serratula. 

Geltgele, -es, sf bot. lesser burdock. 
Xanthium. 

Gelti (-lia, -le, -Is), v. tmpers. to pain; 
to ache. 

Geltlige, -es, sf. med. jaundice. 

Geltonas,/. -na, defin. -nasls,/. -TiQ\\,adj.; 
— nai, adv. yellow. 

Geltonavimas, -o, sm. making yellow; 
growing yellow; glimmering yellow. 

Geltondrugis, -Io, sm. med. yellow fever. 

Geitonokas,/. -ka, adj. yellowish; rather 
or somewhat yellow. 

Geltonpiene, -es, sf bot. celandine; swal- 
low-wort; horned poppy. Chelidoni- 
um maius. 

Geltonplaukis, /. -ke, *. yellow-haired 
one; faircomplexioned man or wom- 
an; blonde. 

Geltonumas, -o, sm. yellowness. 

Geltonuoti (-nuoju, -navau, nuosiu), v. 
a. to make yellow. | v. n. to grow 
yellow; to appear yellow. 

Geltrunas, -o, sm. bot. marsh forget-me- 
not; mouse scorpion-grass. Myosotis 
palustris. 

Gelumbe, -es, sf woolen; woolen cloth. 

Gelumbinis,/. -ne, adj. made of woolen 
cloth; wooleu... 



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Geluonys 

Geluonys, -io, sm. sting (of a bee, serpent, 
etc.); point; edge; | abscess; apos- 
teme. 

Gelzkeldvaris, Gelzkelis, = Gelbzinkel- 

DVAKI8, GeLEZINKELI". 

Gelzole, -es, sf. bot. vervain; verbena. 

Gemalas, -o, sm. embryo; embryon. 

Gembe, -es, sf. hook; | knag; wart; ex- 
crescence (found on trees). 

Gembiuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 
adj warty; having excrescences or 
sessile glands. 

Genealogija, -os, */. genealogy. 

GenealogiSkas,/. -ka, adj. genealogical. 

General-gubernatorius, -iaus, sm. govern- 
or general. 

Generates, -o, sm. general; commander- 
in-chief. 

Geneti (-n6ju, -ngjau, -nesiu), r.a. to 
lop; to trim; to prune. 

Genetys, -Sio, sm. [Obsoi] road; way. 

Geneza, -os, */. genesis. 

Genialiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. ingenious. 

Gen I jus, -iaus, sm. genius. 

Genys, -io, dim. -nelis, sm. orn. wood- 
pecker. 

Gentainls,/. -ne, *. relative; kinsman; 
/. kinswoman. 

Geniainiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. kindred; congenial. 

Gentautis (-taujuos, -tavaus, -tausiuos), 
v.rfl. to be related; to make an al- 
liance with a family. 

Gentis, -les, sf. family; tribe; nation. 

Gentyste, -cs, sf. affinity ; relation; con- 
geniality: congenialness. 

Gentiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, / -koji, 
adj. of a tribe. | = Gentainiskas. 

Gentkarte, -es, */. generation; progeny. 

Geografija, -os, */. geography. 

Geografiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. geographical. 

Geologiia, -os, sf. geology. 

Geologiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. geological. 

Geometrija, -os, sf. geometry. 

Geometriskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
|i, adj. geometric, geometrical. ] 
— kai, adv. geometrically. 

Geradarys,/. -re, *. benefactor. 

Geradejas, -o, sm. benefactor; fig. cler- 
gyman. 



96 Gerklinis 

Geradtjingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go- 
|i, adj. beneficent; charitable; bene- 
ficial. 

Geradejystt, -es, sf. benefaction; benefi- 
cence; charity. 

Geralas, -o, sm. drink: beverage. 

Geras, /. -ra, defin. -rasis, /. -ro|i, adj. 
good. | — rai, adv. good; well. 

Gerbeniuotas, Gerbeniuoti, = Garbiniuo- 

TAB, GAKBINIUOTI. 

Gerbiamas,/ -ma, defin. -masis,/. -moji, 
adj. esteemable; respectable ; honor- 
able; dear; — Pone, Dear Sir. 

Gerbimas, -o, **n. respecting; revering; 
honoring. 

Gerbti ( biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to es- 
teem; to respect; to revere; to hon- 
or; [puostt] to adorn; to decorate. 

Gerdas, -o, sm. herald. 

Gerdenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to her- 
ald; to proclaim. 

Gerejas,/. -ja, *. drinker. 

Geresnis, /. -ne, [comp. </Geras], adj. 
better. 

Gereti (-re\ju, -rejau, -resiu), v.n. to 
grow better. | — s, v.rfl. to enjoy; to 
delight; to lake pleasure in. 

Gergzdeti (-deju, -dejau, -d€siu), v. n. 
to rattle (in the throat). 

Geriamas, /. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -moji, 
prt. drinkable; drinking. 

Geriau, Geriaus, [comp. of Gerai], adv. 
better. 

Geriausias,/. -sia, [svp. ^ Geras], adj.; 
— siai, ado. best. 

Gerybe, -es, sf. goodness; [turtas] for- 
tune; wealth; riches. 

GeHmas, -o, sm. (the act of) drinking; 
| drink; beverage. 

Geryn, adv., — eiti, to grow better. 

Gerinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to better; 
to ameliorate; to improve. | — s, v. 
rfl. to grow better; to improve one's 
self; [meiHntu] to fawn; to court; to 
soothe. 

Geris, -io, sm. drink ; beverage. 

Gerklauti (-lauju, -lavau, -lausiu), v.n. 
to bawl; to cry. 

Gerkle, -es, sf. throat; gerkles skavdeji- 
mas, sore throat; gerkle. leisti, to cry; 
to bawl. 

Gerklininkas,/. -ke, *. crier; brawler. 

Gerklinis,/. -ne, adj. of throat; throat... 



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Gerklotius 97 

Gerklo&ius, -iaus, sm. bawler; brawler. 

Gerkloti (-loju, -lojau, -losiu), v.n. to 
bawl ; to cry. 

Germanija, -|o$, sf. Germany. = Vode- 
tija. 

Germe, -es, sf. forest; primeval forest. 

Germole, -es, sf. carrot. Daucus carota. 

Gerokas,/. -ka, adj.; -kai, adv. pretty 
good ; pretty well. 

Gerie, = GervE. 

Gerti (geriu, geriau, gersiu), v.a. to 
drink. 

Gerlinas,/. -na,j>rJ. drinkable. 

Gertuve, -es, sf. inn; pothouse. 

Geru, Geruoju, adv. in a peaceable way; 
peaceably; amicably. 

Gerumas, -o, sm. goodness; kindness. 

Gervasnape,Gervaiole, -es,*/. bat. crane's 
bill; heron's bill. Erodium. 

Gervauoee, Gervuoge, -es, af.krt/bramble- 
berry; blackberry. Rubus fruitico- 
sus. 

Gerve, -es, sf. am. crane; meek, crane; 
derrick. 

Gesinimas, -o, sm. putting out; extin- 
guishment. 

Gesinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Gesyti (-sau, 
-siau, -sysiu), v.a. to put out; to ex- 
tinguish; to quench. 

Gesytojas,/. -|a, *. extinguisher; [ugna- 
gesis] fireman. 

Gesytuvas, -o, sm. extinguisher; fire en- 
gine. 

Gesti (gendu, gedau, gesiu), v.n. to 
spoil; to be spoiled. 2. — (-stu, -sau, 
-siu), *>•"• to cease to burn; to go 
out. 

Gevelis, -io, sm. gable; gablet. 

-gj, an enclitical particle used as an 
emphasis in command or interroga- 
tion. Kas-gi tau sake? Who told you ? 
Ar-ffi tat teuybef Is it true? 

Gydantis,/. -t\,defin. -tysis,/. 4\o\\,prt. 
healing; curative. 

Gydeklis, -io, sm. bot. flixweed; hedge- 
mustard. Sisymbrium Sophia. 

Gydykla, -os, sf. hospital; [gyduoU] 
medicine; remedy. 

Gydymas, -o, sm. healing: curing; cure. 

GydinycJa, -€ios, sf. hospital. 

Gydyti ( : dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
heal; to cure. 

Gydytojas,/. -Ja, *. healer; physician. 



Gyiluoti ., 

Gydytuve, -es, sf. hospital; infirmary. 
Giedo|imas, -o, sf. singing. 
Giedorius,/. -re,*, singer. 
Giedotl (-du, -dojau, -dosiu), v. a. n. to 

sing; to chant. 
Giedotinas,/. -na, prt. that may be sung; 

worthy of singing. Qiedatinas [=£W- 

damas] miiios, high mass. 
Giedotojas,/. -|a,«. singer. 
Giedra, -es, sf. fair weather; | drought; 

want of rain; dryness. 
Giedras,/. -ra, defin. -rasls,/. -ro|i, adj. 

fair; clear; serene; | droughty; arid: 

wanting rain. Giedras dangus, or as, 

fair sky ; fair weather. 
Gledravalkis, -io, sm. med. cataract. 
Giedrlnti(-nu, -nau, nsiu), v.a. to make 

clear, serene. 
Giedrytis (-rijuos, -rijaus, -rysiuos), v. 

rfl. to grow serene; to clear up. 
Giedrumas, -0, sm. fairness; serenity; 

clearness. 
Giedras, = Giedras. 
Giele, -es, sf. med. dysentery; [geUmas] 

sharp pain; ache. 
Giesme, -es, dim. -mele, sf. song; hymn, 

chant ; canto. 
Giesmininkas,/ -ke, *. singer; songster; 

/. songstress; | bard; poet. 
Giesmininkybe, -es, sf. poetry; lyric 

poetry. 
Gieitl (-ziu, -iiau, -Siu), v.a.n. to plot; 

to scheme vengeance. 2. v. impers. 

to itch. 
Gija, -os, sf. thread (in a warp). 
Gijimas, -0, sm. healing. 
Gile, -es, sf. acorn; anat. gland. 
Giles, -ty, */. pi club (of cards). 
Gilesnis, /. -ne, [camp. o/Gilvs], adj. 

deeper; sup. — liausias,/. -sia, deep- 
est. 
Gilybe, -es, sf. deepness; depth; profun- 
dity. 
Gilyn, adv.; — eiti, to go more deeply; 

to grow deepi r. 
Gilinti (-nu, nau, -nsiu), v a. to deepen; 

to make deep or deeper. | — s, v.rfi. 

to go deeper; to absorb one's self in 

a thing. 
Gylis, -Io, sm. deepness; depth. 
Gylys, -io, *m. sting (of a bee, serpent, 

etc.); ent. hor&e fly; breeze fly. 
Gyliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), v.n. 



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flflme 

to be uneasy; to be skittish; to fly 
into a passion (said of horses). 

Gilme, = GelmE. 

Gilokas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/.-ko|i, adj. 
pretty deep. 

Gilti (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v. a. to sting. 

Giltine, -es, sf. myth, goddess of death; 
jig. death 

Giluma, -os, sf. deep place; depth. 

Gilumas, -o, sm deepness 

Gilus,/. -II, ntr. -Iii, defin. -lusis,/. -lioji, 
adj. deep; profound. | — liai, adv. 
deeply. 

Gimdanauge, -es, sf. gangue; a mineral 
su bstance enclosing ore ; vein of ore. 

Gimdymas, -o, sin. (the act of) bringing 
forth children; parturition; deliver- 
ance. 

Gimdyti (-dau, -dziau, dysiu), v a. to 
give birth to; to bring forth -fig. to 
create; to produce. 

Gimdytojas,/ -ja, s parent:^, creator 
producer. PL Gimdytojai, parents. 

Gimes,./. -musi,?>rf. born. 

Gim im as, -0, *m. birth. Oimimo diena, 
birthday. 

Giminaitis, /. -te, s. kinsman; /. kins 
woman; relative. 

Gimine -es, sf. relative: kinsman or 
kinswoman; | family; dynasty; line 
age; [taula] race; tribe; nation. 

Giminingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji 
adj. kindred; congenial; related. 

Giminingumas, -o,*m. congeniality; con 
genialness. 

Giminyste, -ts,*f. relationship; kindred 
consanguinity. 

GiminiSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji 
adj. kindred; congenial. 

Giminiuotis (niuojuos, -niavaus, -niuo- 
siuos), v. rfl. to be related to; to be 
allied by kindred. 

Gym is, -io, sm. face; visage; counte- 
nance; feature. 

Gimnazija, -os, sf. gymnasium; high 
school. 

Gimti (gemu, gimiau, gimsiu), v.n. to 
come into the world; to be born. 

Gimtine,-es,*/. birthplace; native coun- 
try. 

Gimtinis,/. -ne, adj. native. 

Gimtis, -ies, */. sex; gram, gender; ry- 
riika, rnoteriika — , gender mascul- 
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98 Glrejas 

Gimtuve, -es, sf. birthplace; pi birth- 
day. 
Gimulys, -io, sm. embryon. = Gbma- 

LAS. 

Gincas, -o, sm. controversy; conflict; 

debate; dispute; quarrel; | [prieSgi- 

na] quarreler; opponent; adversary. 
Gincyti (-£iju, -cijau, -cysiu), v. a. [ut- 

ginti] to deny; to controvert. | — S, 

v. rfl. to dispute; to controvert; to 

quarrel. 
GinSius,/. -5e, s. quarreler; adversary. 
Ginklas, -o, sm. weapon; arms. 
GinklinySia, -ios, sf. arsenal; armory. 
Ginklininkas,/. -ke, *. armor-bearer. 
Ginkluotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 

prt armed. 
Ginkluoti (-luoju, -lavau, -luosiu), v.a. 

to arm; to provide with arms | — s, 

v.rfl. to arm one's self; to take arms 
Gintaras, -o, sm. amber. 
Gintarinis,/. -ne, adj. of amber: made 

of amber; amber... 
Ginti(ginu, gyniau, ginsiu), v.a to de- 
fend: to protect, [drausti] to forbid; 

prohibit. | — s, v.rfl. to defend one's 

self. 
Ginti (genu, giniau, ginsiu), v a. to 

drive; to propel. | — s,v.rfl. to chase; 

to pursue; to run after. 
Gintuve, -es, sf. fortress ; fortification. 
Gipsas, -0, sm. gypsum; sulphate of 

lime; plaster of Paris; parget-stone. 
Gipsinis,/. -ne, adj. plaster...; made of 

plaster. 
Gira, -os, sf. kind of sour beverage. 

Obuoli% — , cider. 
Gyra, -OS, */. boast; brag; vaunt. | smf. 

braggart; boaster: vuu liter. 
Girdas, -0, sm. rumor; hearsay; report; 

common talk. 
Girdcjimas, -o, sm. hearing. 
Girdeti (dziu, -dejau, desiu), v. a. to 

hear. [ — s, v. rfl to be heard. 
Girdykla, -os, sf watering place; water- 
ing trough. 
Girdymas, -o, sm. (the act of) making 

one drink; watering. 
Girdyti (dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

give drink; to water; [skandinti] to 

drown. |— s, v.rfl. to drown one's 

self. 
Girejas,/. -|a, *. praiser; commender; 

panegyrist; encomiast. 



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99 



Girenas, -o, sm. inhabitant of a forest. 

Girgidantis, /. -ti, defin. -tysis, /. -6io|i, 
prt. creaking; screaking. 

Girgzdejimas, -o, sm. creaking; screak- 
ing. 

Girgzdeti (du, -d6jau, -dSsiu), v.n. to 
creak ; to screak. 

Girgzdmti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to • 
make or cause creaking. 

Giria, -!o$, sf. wood ; forest. Dim. -raite, 
-rele, small wood; grove. 

Giriasargis, /. -ge, *. forester; wood- 
ward. 

Girlena, -os, sf. game; venison; deer. 

Girietis,/. -te, Girininkas,/. -ke, *. wood- 
man; woodlander. 

Gyrimas, -o, sm. praising; praise; com- 
mendation. 

Girinis,/. -ne, adj. of wood; of forest; 
wild. 

Gyrius, -iaus, sm.' praise; ostentation; 
boast; brag; biavado. 

Girlianda, -os, */. garland; festoon; 
wreath. 

Girna, -os, $f. millslone. PI. Girnos, -i|, 
sf. handmill; quern. 

Girnakalys, -io, sm. millstone cutter; 
[-plaktukas] hammer for sharpen- 
ing or cutting millstones. 

Girnailuoste, -as, sf. quern clout 

Girninis, /. -ne, adj. of millstone; of 
quern. 

Girnius, -iaus, sm. millstone cutter. 

Girnute, -es, */. [akies] crystalline lens; 
crystalline humor. 

Girokitas, -o, dim. -telis, sm. kind of 
vessel made of a follow tree. 

Gyrpeiniauti (-niauju, -niavau, -niau- 
siu), v n. to be desirous of glory; to 
thirst for glory. 

Gyrpelningas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|I, 
adj. vainglorious; most ambitious; 
vehemently desirous of glory. | — gai, 
adv. most ambitiously ; vainglorious- 

iy. 

Gyrpelningumas, -o, sm. the state of be- 
ing desirous of glory; vainglorious- 
ness. 

Gyrpelnybe, -es, sf. passion for glory; 
vainglory. 

Gyrpelnys,/. -nS, s. most ambitious per- 
son; vainglorious person. 

Girslus,/. -li, defin. -lusis, /. -lio|i, adj. 
quick-hearing. 



Gyvas 

Girsnoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v. a. to 

tipple. 
Girsti (-rstu, -rdau, -rsiu), v.a. to hear. 
Girtas, /. -ta, defin. -lasis, /. -to|i, adj. 

drunk; tipsy; intoxicated. 
Glrtauti (-tauju, -tavau, -tausiu), v. n. 

to drink; to tipple. 
Girti (giriu, gyriau, girsiu), v. a. to 

praise; to commend. | — s, v. rfl. to 

boast; to brag; to vaunt. 
Girtybe, -es, sf. drunkenness; inebriety. 
Girtinas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no)!, prt. 

praiseworthy; laudable. 
Girtumas, -0, sm. drunkenness. 
Girtuokle, -es, */. female drunkard; | 

hot. bog whortleberry; blueberry. 

Vaccinium uliginosum. I ent. bibio; 

wine-fly. 
Girtuokliauti (-liauju, -liavau, -liausiu), 

v.n. to drink spiritous liquors; to 

tipple; to guzzle. 
Girtuokliavimas, -o, sm. drinking of spir- 
ituous liquors; tippling. 
Girtuoklybe, -es, */• hard drinking; 

drunkenness; inebriety. 
Girtuoklis,/. le, *. drinker; drunkard; 

tippler; sot; toper. 
Gyrunas, /. -ne, s. boaster; bragger; 

braggadocio. 
Gysla, -os, dim. -lele, -liuke, -lute, sf. vein ; 

artery; hot. vein; rib. 
Gyslapis, -io, sm. hot. plantain. 
Gysletas,/. -to, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 

veined; veiny. 
GysliniS,/. -ne, adj. of vein; vein... 
Gysloiius, -diaus, sm. hot. swine grass; 

plantain. Plantago major. 
Gyslotas,/. -ta, adj. = GyslEtas. 
Gysti ( stu, -dau, -siu), v.a. to sing. 
Gitara, -os, */. guitar. 
Gyti(j?iJu, gijau, gysiu), v.n. to heal; 

to be healed; to recover health; to 

convalesce. 
Gyvagysle, -es, */. artery. 
Gyvanaslis,/. -le, *. divorced man; di- 
vorced woman. 
Gyvaplaukis, -io, sm. soft hair; down; 

gyvapUiukiais ap&eles, downy. 
Gyvas, /. -va, defin. -vasis, /. -vo|i, adj. 

living; alive; iki gyros galvos, until 

one's death; u&gavtikq iki gyvosios, 

to afflict one to the very heart; gyva 

bala y {fig.) vast number; swarm. 



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uyvastinis 

ayvastinis,/. -ne, adj. vital. 

Gyvastis, -ies, sf. vitality; vital power; 
life. Atimti kam gyvast\ % to take a- 
way one's life; to put one to death; 
to kill. 

Gyvatas, -o, sm. life. 

Gyvatbruksta, -oz,sf. hot. bugloss; oxen 
tongue. Anchusa. 

Gyvate, -es, sf. serpent; snake. 

Gyvatuoge, -es, sf. bot. oneberry. 

Gyvenamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -mo|i, 
adj. habitable; dwelling. Gyvenamie- 
ji namai, dwelling house! Qyvenama 
vieta, habitable place; dwelling 
place. 

Gyvenimas, -0, sm. living; life; | dwell- 
ing; residence; abode, domicile; 
house. 

Gyventi (-nu f -nau, nsiu), t.n to live; 
to exist; | to live, to dwell; to abide; 
to reside. 

Gyventofas,/. -la, *. inhabitant. PI. — to- 
la!, inhabitants; population. 

Gyvybe, -es, sf. vital power; vitality; 
life. 

Gyvybinis,/. -ne, adj. vital. 

Gyvis, -io, sm. living being; animal; 
[gyvybt\ vitality ; life. 

Gyvonis, -ies, sf. quick; living flesh; [ra- 
go] horny tissue. 

Gyvplaukis, pi. Gyvplaukiai, -ty, sm. soft 
hair; down. = Gyvaplaukis. 

Gyvsakiai, -iij, sm. pi white resin; bar- 
ras. 

Gyvskrosena, -os, sf. massacre. 

Gyvsarmis, -io, sm. ammonia; volatile 
alkali. 

Gyvulys, -io, sm. animal; beast. 

Gyvuliskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. animal ; beastish ; beastly. | — kai, 
adv. beastly. 

Gyvuliskumas, -o,sm. animality; bestial- 
ity; beastliness. 

Gyvunas, -0, sm. living being; animal. 

Gyvuoti (-vuoju, -vavau, -vuosiu), v. n. 
to live; to be alive; to continue liv- 
ing. Kaip gycuoj aief how is your 
health? how are you getting along? 

Gizas,-o, cZfr/i. -zeiis, sm. journeyman 

Gizas, /. -za, defin. -zasis, /. -zo|l, adj. 
sourish {applied to milk). = Gizus. 

Gyzti (-ztu, -zau, -siu), v.n. to grow 
sourish; | to grow capricious, freak- 
ish. 



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Gizus, /. -zi, defin. -zusis, f. -zioji, adj. 

sourish (said of milk); | capricious; 

whimsical; freakish. | — zumas, sm. 

sourishness; capriciousness; freak- 
ish ness. 
Glabas&avimasi, -osi, sm. embracing of 

each other. 
Glabas6iuotis(-ciuojuos, -ciavaus, -ciuo- 

siuos), v. rfl. to embrace each other. 
Glamzyti ( zau, -ziau, -zysiu), v. a. to 

rumple. 
Glaudumas, -0, sm. quality of coming 

in close contact with. 
Giaudus, /. -di, defin. -dusis, /. -dzioji, 

adj. capable of lying close to; having 

the qualities of coming close to; 

snug. 
Giausti (glaudziu, glaudziau, glausiu), 

v.a. to put close to; to press gently; 

— prie krutines, prie hrdies, to press 

to one's breast, to one's heart. | 

— s, v. rfl. to press one's self gently 

to; to cling; to snug. 
Glebys, -io, sm. armful; | embrace; 

clasp. 
Glebiuotis (-biuojuos, biavaus, -biuo 

siuos), v.rfl. to embrace each other; 

I to wrestle. 
Gieive, -es, sf. viscid matter; mucus. 
Gleivetas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 

covered with viscid matter; mucous; 

clammy. 
Gleivus, /. -vi, defin. -vusis,/. -vio|i, adj. 

mucous; slimy; clammy. | — vumas, 

sm. mucousness. 
Glemzti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v.a. to squash; 

to crush; to suppress; to oppress. 
Gleznas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -noji, adj. 

flabby ; flaccid ; flimsy ; weak ; feeble. 
Gleznumas,-o, wi. flabbiness; flaccid ity. 

flimsiness; feebleness. 
Gleznutis, /. -te; Gleznutelis,/. -le, adj. 

very flabby; very flimsy; very feeble. 
Gliaume, Gliaumetas, = Gleiv£, Glei- 

v£tas. 
Glycerina, -os, &/. glycerine 
Glicas, -0, sm. snotty-nosed fellow. 
Gliemezys, -io, sm. mussel-flsh; shell 

fish. 
Glinda, -os, sf. nit. 
Glita, -OS, sf. mucous matter; | slimi- 

ness; viscosity; [eUe] row; line: file; 

rank. Sustatyti \ ylilq, to put in 



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101 



Godiiius 



row; to file; to rank; | turn; kaip 
ateis mono gUta, when it comes my 
turn. 
Glito, -es, sf. isinglass; | species of 

mushroom; | snot. 
Glitlaizys,/. -26, *. (vulg.) snotty-nosed 

boy or girl. 
Glituma$,-o,*m. sliminess.mucousness; 

slipperiness. 
Glitus, /. -t!, defin. -tusis, /. -clo|i, adj. 

mucous; viscous; slippery. 
Globa, -0$, sf. guardianship; tutorage; 

protection; defense. 
Globejas,/. -fa, «. guardian; tutor; trus- 
tee; protector; patron. 
Globejimasi, -osi, sm. charge (or care) 

of one; tutorage. 
Globetis(-bejuos, -bejaus, -besiuos), v. 
rfl. to tutor; to have the charge of. 
to protect; to patronize. 
Giobingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 

adj. tutelar; tutelary. 

Globus, -au$, sm. globe. 

Gloda, interj. away! down I gloda jo! 

away with him! had jo gloda but%! 

may he perish 1 the devil take him! 

Glostymas, -o, sm. stroking; smoothing; 

fig. fondling; caressing. 
Glostyti (-stau, -s&au, -stysiu), v.a. to 
stroke; to smooth; | to caress; to 
cajole. 
Globus,/. -ni v defin. -nusis,/. -nio|i, adj. 
smooth. I — niai, adv. smoothly. | 
— numas,«ro. smoothness. 
Gluda, -OS, sf. gloss; polish; lustre. 
Gludenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to burn- 
ish ; to polish ; to gloss. 
Gludeti (-dziu, -dejau, -desiu), v.n. to 

lie close; to lie snug; to nestle. 
Gludyti(-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 

smooth; to sleek; to burnish. 
Gludoti, = GludEti. 
Gludumai, -q, sm. pi. depths 
Gludumas, -0, sm. smoothness. 
Gludus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -diio|l, adj. 
smooth; sleek; [gnekant apte kalbq] 
fluent; voluble. |-dziai,adc smooth- 
ly; I fluently; gludHai anglUkai 
Snekiti, to speak English fluently. 
Glutnas, /. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -mojl, 

adj. hornless. = Buolas. 
Glumis, -io, sm. hornless ox; —me, -os, 
sf. hornless cow. 



Gluodena, -os, sf. tool, copperhead. 
Gluosninis, /. -n$, adj. willow...; made 

of willow. 
Gluosnis, -io,*m. hot willow. Salix alba. 
Glustereti (-riu, -rSjau, -resiu), v.n.inst. 

to snug; to squat. 
GluSokas, -0, sm.orn. woodcock; grouse; 

fig. blockhead; numskull. 
Gnaibymas, -0, sm. pinching; nipping; 

twinging. 
Gnaibyti (-bau, -biau, bysiu), v. frq., 

Gnybti(-bu, -bau, -bsiu),i>.a. to pinch; 

to nip; to twinge; to tweak. 
Gniauzyti (-zau, -ziau, -zysiu), v. frq. to 

knead; to rumple; to crumple; to 

squeeze. 
Gniauzte, = GniuztE. 
Gniauzti (-iiu, -ziau, Siu), v. a. to close 

fast one's hand, or in one's hand. 
Gnybis, -io, sm. pinch, twinge; twitch. 
Gnybti, see Gnaibyti. 
Gniusas, -o, sm. puceron; plant louse: 

vine fretter. 
Gniuzintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

crush; to squash; to bruise. 
Gnluzte, -es, sf. handful. 
Gobejimasi, -osi, sm. thirst for; greed. 
Gobeti$(-b€juos, -bejaus, -besiuos), v. 

rfl. to covet. = GodEtis. 
Gobias, Gobitas, -0, smf. greedy person. 
Gobstumas, -0, sm, avidity; greediness. 
Gobstus,/ -ti, defin, -tusis,/. -cJoji, adj. 

covetous; avaricious. | — Siai, adv. 

avariciously; greedily. 
Gobti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.a. to cover; 

to veil; to hood. 
Gobturas, -0, sm. cowl; hood. 
Gobtuves, -ty, */. pi. (bridal ceremony) 

veiling of a bride: fig. marriage; 

wedding. 
Goda, -0$, sf. honor. 
Godas, -0, sm. greed; avarice; covetous- 

ness; | hot. burdock, clotbur. Arc- 
tium lappa. 
Godetis(-dziuos, -dejaus, -desiuos), v. 

rfl. to covet; to thirst for; to desire; 

to be greedy. 
Godingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, / -go|i, 

adj. avidious: greedy. | — gai, adv. 

avldiously; avariciously; greedily. 
Godlngumas, -0, sm. avariciousnoss; 

greediness; avidity. 
Godiiius,/. -so,*, covetous person; mi- 
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Godo jamas 102 

Godojamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -moji, 

prt. esteemed; respected; respect- 
able. 

Godojimas, -0, sm. respecting: revering. 

Godone, -es, sf. respect ; esteem ; regard; 
godone* pilnas, respectful. 

Godoti (-doju, -dojau, -dosiu), v. a. to 
esteem; to regard; to respect. 

Godotinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i, 
adj. respectable; worthy of esteem 
or honor; honorable. 

Godulingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. avidious; avaricious. 

6M»»:<is, -o, sm. greediness; avidity; 
covetousness; avarice. 

Godus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzio|i, adj. 
covetous; greedy; avidious; eager; 
avaricious. | — dziai, adv. greedily; 
avariciously; avidiously; covetous- 
ly. 

Gojus, -aus, sm. grove. 

Gokttojimas, -o, sm. stuttering; stam- 
mering. 

Gokcloti (-£ioju, -fciojau, -Ciosiu), v. n. 
to stutter; to stammer. 

Gole, -es, sf. resin. 

Gomurys, -io, sm. palate. 

Goncas, -o, sm. hound ; harrier. 

Gongis, = Gonys. 

Gonioti (-nioju, -niojau, -niosiu), v. a. 
to chase; to hunt; to pursue. 

Gonys, -io, sm. zool. water newt. 

Gontas, -o, sm. shingle. = Skindelis. 

Gontinis,/. -ne, adj. shingle... 

Gontuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 
to shingle. 

GorSius, -iaus, sm. gallon. 

Gorojimas, -o, sm. longing for; eager 
desire. 

Goroti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v. a. to 
long for; to desire; to aspire. 

Gorsetas, -0, sm. corset ; bodice. 

Goslybauti (-bauju, -bavau, -bausiu), v. 
n. to practice lewdness. 

Goslybavimas, -o, sm. practicing lewd- 
ness. 

Goslybe, -6s, sf., Goslumas, -o, sm. libid- 
inousness; lustfulness. 

Goslus, /. -Ii, defin. -lusis, /. -lio|i, adj. 
libidinous: lustful. | — liai, adv. li- 
bidinously; lustfully. 

Go&tautas, -o, sm. bot. bachelor's but- 
ton; bristol-flower. Lychnis chalce- 
donica. 



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Gotumas, Gotus, = Goddmas, Godus. 

Goveda, -os, sf. mob; throng; crowd; 
multitude. 

Gozti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v. a. to put up- 
side down; to invert; | to shed; to 
spill; kraujq — , to spill the blood. 

Grabas,-o,*m. coffin; | sepulcher; grave. 

Grabe, -es, sf. pit; ditch; trench. 

Grabinis,/. -ne, adj. of coffin; of grave; 
sepulchral. Grabinis balsas, sepul- 
chral voice. 

Grabnyiia, -los, sf. consecrated wax 
candle. PI. Grabnyiios, -iq, Candle- 
mas day; the Purification of the Vir- 
gin Mary. 

Graborius, -iaus, sm. coffin maker; un- 
dertaker. 

Grabus,/. -bi, defin. -busis,/. -bio|l, adj. 
handy; adroit; dexterous; clever. | 
— biai, adv. handily; dexterously. | 
— bumas, sm. handiness; dexterous- 

• ness. 

Grabviete, -es, sf. grave; tomb; sepul- 
cher; | cemetery; graveyard. 

Gracija, -os, sf. grace; charm. 

Graf as, -o, sm. count; earl. 

Graibineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), Grai- 
byti (-bau, -biau, -bysiu), Graibstyti 
(-stau, -sfciau, -stysiu), v. a.frq. to 
grope about: to touch; to feel; [tau- 
kus, putas] to skim; to take off the 
surface; to collect on the surface. 

Graikas,/. -ke, s. Greek;/. Greekess. 

Graikija, -os, sf. Greece. 

Graikiskas, /. -ka, defin. .kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. Greek; Grecian; Hellenic. 

Grajyti (-jiju, -jijau, -jysiu), v.a. to 
play; to perform. [Pol. Grac\ to 
play]. 

Grajotas, -o, sm. player. 

Gramatika, -os, sf grammar. 

Gramatiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. grammatical. | — kz\ t adv. gram- 
matically. 

Gramdyti, = Grandyti. 

Gramezdas, -o, sm. old and worn out 
furniture;^, clumsy fellow. 

Gramzdinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Gramzdyti 
(-zdau, -zdziau, -zdysiu), v.a. to sink; 
to submerge; to plunge. 

Granata, -os, sf. grenade; shell. 

Granatas, -o, sm. min. garnet. 

Granatinis, f. -ne, adj. garnet...; of 
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G randy Me 



Grandykle, -es, */. scraper; scraping tool. 
Grandinis, -io, sm. mace; club. 
Qrandyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 

scrape; to scrub; to erase. 
Granitas, -o, sm. granite. 
Grasa, -OS, sf- threat; menace; | disci p 

line. 
Grasymas, Grasinimas, -o, sm. threaten 

ing; menacing. 
Grasinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Grasyti (-sau, 
-siau, -sysiu), v.a. to threaten; to 
menace. | — S, v. rfl. to loath ; to 
nauseate. 
Grasus,/. -si, defin. -susis, /. -siotf, adj. 
threat ful; minatory; [bridu*] nau- 
seous; disgusting; repugnant. 
Grasis, -io, sm. small copper coin. 
Graltas, -0, dim. -telis, sm. auger; 

wimble; gimlet. 
Graudenimas, -o, sm. admonishment; 
admonition; exhortation; warning. 
Graudenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a to ad- 
monish; to exhort; to warn; to cau- 
tion. 
Graudento|as,/. -|a, *. monitor; admon- 

isher; exhorter. 
Graudingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. doleful: mournful; sad; sorrow- 
ful; heartbreaking. | -gai, adc. 
mournfully; dolefully. 
Graudingumas, -o, sm. sorrowfulness; 

mournfulness. 
Graudinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
grieve; to afflict; to move to tears. | 
— s, v. rfl. to regret; to pity; to be sor- 
ry- 
Graudus, /. -di, defin. -dusis. /. -dzioji, 
adj. doleful; mournful; sorrowful, 
sad. 
Graudziai, adv. sorrowfully; dolefully; 

grievously. 
Grausme, -es, sf. caution; admonition; 

warning. 
Grauzas, -o, sm. gravel. 
Grauzti, = Griauzti. 
Gravierius, -iaus, Graviruotojas, /. -ja, «. 

engraver. 
Graviruoti (-nioju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v.a. 

to engrave. 
Graviura, -05, sf. engraving. 
Grazftti (-zeju, -zgjau, -zesiu), v. n. to 
grow fair; to become nice. | — s, v. 
rfl. to enjoy; to delight; — gamtos 



103 Gresti 

puikumu, to enjoy the beauties of 
nature. 
Graziai, adc. nicely. 
Graziakalbis,/. -be, s. one who speaks 

nicely. 
GraziarasTis, -6io, sm. penmanship. 
Grazybe, -es, sf. beauty; handsomeness; 

fineness. 
Grazinti (nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to make 
nice; to adorn; to embellish: to beau- 
tify. I — s, v. rfl. to make one's self 
nice: to adorn one's self. 
Grazinti (nu, -nau, -nsiu), t> a. to return; 

to send back; to give back. 
Grazna, -OS, sf. ornament; jewel; trink- 
et. 
Graznius,/. -ne, *. jeweler. 
Grazoti (-zoju, -zojau, -zosiu), v.a. to 

threaten; to menace. 
Grazu, Grazuoju, adv. peaceably; in a 

peaceable way. 
Grazulas, *o,sm. thill; beam; pole; shaft; 

tongue {of a cart). 
Grazule, -is, sf. pretty woman; beauty. 
Grazu I is, -io, sm. handsome man; baw- 

cock. 
Grazu mas, -0, sm. niceness; nicety; fine- 
ness; fairness. 
Grazus, /. -zi, ntr. -zu, defin. -zusis, /. 
-zio|i, adj. nice; fine; fair. | — ziai, 
adv. nicely. 
Grebejas,/. -ja, *. raker. 
Grebestas, -0, sm. truss; lath. 
, Grebestuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. 

a. to lath. 
Grebliakotis, -£io, sm. rake handle 
Greblys, -io, dim. -lelis, sm. rake. 
Grebstyti (-stau, -sfrau, -stysiu), v.frq., 
Grebti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 
rake; — ttenq, to rake hay. 
G red OS, -ij, sf. pi. kind of frame; rack. 
Greitas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, f -to|i, adj. 
quick; swift; speedy; nimble. | — tai, 
adv. quickly; swiftly; speedily. 
Gremzti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v a. to scoop: 
to excavate; [grandyti] to scrape; 
to scratch. 
Grendimas, -0, sm. pavement; | floor. 
Gresme, -es, sf. threat; menace; [paw- 
jus] danger; hazard; peril. 
Gresmingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. menacing: formidable; terrible. 
Gresti (gresu, gresiau, gresiu), v.a. to 
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GifSti (grendu, grendau [vr grendziu, 
grendziau], grgsiu), v.a. to scrape; 
to scratch. , 

Greta, Gretymais, adr. side by side; by 
the side; beside; abreast. 

Gretintis(-nuos, -naus, -nsiuos), v. rfl. 
to approach; to come near. . 

G ret mail, = Greta. 

Grezti (-ziu, -ziau, -Siu), v.a. [skyle] to 
bore; to perforate; to drill; [skalbi- 
nius\ to wring; [kreipti] to turn. 

Griausmas, -o, sm. thunder. 

Griauspenis, -lo, sm. thunderbolt; thun- 
der-stone. 

Griaustinis, -io, sm. thunder. 

Griaustiniuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis J. -toji, 
^d;. full of lightnings and thunders; 
thunderous. 

Griauti (riauju, -rioviau, -riausiu), v.a. 
to demolish; to destroy; to ruin; 
[versti] to overthrow; to upset. | v. 
imper8. to thunder. 

Griauzimas, -o, sm. gnawing; nibbling; 
fig. carping; caviling; [sqiine*] re- 
morse; sting of conscience. 

Griauzineti (-n6ju, -ngjau, -nesiu), v. 
frq. to gnaw; to graze; to nibble. 

Qriauzti(-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v.a. to gnaw; 
to nibble; to pick with the teeth ; — 
kaulq, to gnaw a bone. J\ sqzinl 
griauiia, he is tormented by the 
stings of his conscience. Nagns sau 
griauiti, to bite one's nails; | to carp; 
to cavil. | — s, v.rfl. to fret inward- 
ly; I to contend; to wrangle. 

Grybas, -o, dim. -bails, sm. mushroom. 

Grybautl (-bauju, -bavau, -bausiu), v.a. 
n. to gather mushrooms. 

Grybelis, -io,*wi. little mushroom .fung- 
us; | med. vomic nut. 

Gribsteleti (liu, -lejau, -lSsiu), v. imt 
to grope or touch slightly. 

Grj&a, -ios, dim. -tele, -es, sf. dwelling- 
room ; peasant's house; hut; cottage. 

Griebtl (-biu, -biau, bsiu), v.a. to seize; 
to catch. 

Griekas, -o, sm. = NuodEmE. 

Grieitas,/. -ta, dtfin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 
firm; decided; express; resolute; 
peremptory; positive. | — tai, adr. 
firmly; decidedly; peremptorily. | 
— tumas, sm. firmness; decidedness; 
percmptorincss. 



Grlipaias 

Grieitinis, -io, sm. bot. rape. Brassica 
napus. 

Grietine, -es, sf. cream. 

Grieze, -6s, sf. ent. wood worm ; wood 
fretter; xylophagan. 

Griezimas, -o, sm. gnashing (of teeth). 
Verksmas ir dant\ griezimas^ weep- 
ing and gnashing of teeth; | playing. 

Griezinys, -io, dim. -nelis, sm. slice; col- 
lop; piece of bread. 

Griezle, -es, sf. orn. corncrake. 

Griezti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v.a. to gnash; 
— dantis, to gnash the teeth; | 
[grajyti] to play. 

Grieztuvas, -o, sm. cooper's compass. 

Griezule r -es, sf. ret. rot. 

Grikai, -ij, sm. pi. bot. buckwheat. Po- 
lygonum fagopyrum. 

Grimsti (-mstu, -mzdau, -msiu), Grimz- 
detl (-du, -d6jau, -desiu), v.n. to 
sink; to fall; to enter deeply. 

Grynas, /. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|I adj. 
pure; clear; genuine; real. | — nai, 
adv. purely. 

Griniia, -ios, sf. peasant's house; cot- 
tage. = Gr^cia. 

Grinde, -es, dim. -dele, sf link; ring. 

Grindimas, -0, sm. paving; flooring: 
pavement. = Grendimas. 

Grindinys, -io, sm. pavement. 

Grindos, -ij, sf. pi. floor. 

Grynybe, -es, sf. purity. 

Grynyti ' v -niju, -nijau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
purify; to clear. 

Grynytojas,/. -Ja, *. purifier; cleanser. 

Grynsala, -o$,sf. black frost. 

Grynumas, -o, sm. pureness; clearness. 

Griovis, -\o f sm. pit; ditch. 

Griozas, -o, sm. clumsy fellow. 

Griozti (-zdziu, -zdziau, -siu), v.a.; — s, 
t?. rfl. to rummage. 

Grypas, -o, sm. griffin, griffon; vulture. 

Grisle, -es, sf bot. cresses; garden cres- 
ses. 

Gristas, -0, sm. pavement. 

Gristi, = Atgristi, Jgr sti. 

Grjstl (grindziu, prindziau, gr^siu), v.a. 
to floor; to lay a floor; [gatve] to 
pave. 

Grisus,/. -si, defin. -susls,/. -sio|i, adj. 
vexing; annoying; disgusting; loath- 
some. | — sumas, sm. loathsomeness 

Grispalas, -o, sm. verdigris. 



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Grjsle 

Grjlte, -Ss, dm. -tele,*f. straw band; 
straw binder; [tiny] bunch (of flax). 
Gr|*ti, = Gr^ti. 
Gr]i(t)kelis, -io, sm. way back. = OrI*- 

KELIS. 

Griltmetis,-cio,«m. [Kr.] jubilee. 

Griuti (griuvu, -vau, griusiu), v. n. to 
fall down; to tumble down; to topple 
over. 

Griuvenos, •*, ff. t Grluvesiai, -iaj, sm. pi. 
ruins; debris. 

GriUVineiimas, -o, sm. staggering; vacil- 
lating; reeling. ^ — - ~~^ 

Griuvineti(-neju, -nejau, -n6siu), v.frq. 
to vacillate; to stagger; to reel. 

Gryvanka, = GarankStis. 

Grivinas, -o, sm. silver coin of 10 ko- 
pecks. 

Griias, -o, sm. pain in a wrist. 

Grjzkelis, -io, sm. way back; return. 

Grizo-ratas, = Gr^zulo-ratas. 

Grjzratis, -Sio, sm. tropic. 

Grjzti ( : ztu, -zau, -§iu), v.n. to return: 
to go back; to come back. 

Grjiulo-ratas, sm. aatr. the Great Bear. 

Grobas, -0, sm. rib; [tornd] gut. 

Grobejas, /. -|a, *. robber; plunderer, 
depredator, brigand. 

Grobis, -io, sm. spoil; booty; prey. 

Groblas, -o, sm. skeleton. 

Grobstyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), frq. % 
Grobti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v.n. to 
seize; to grasp; to catch; to take by 
force; to ravish; to plunder. 

Gromata, -oa, dim. -tela, sf. letter; epis- 
tle. 

Gromatnelyt, -Io, sm. letter-carrier; 
postman. 

Gromatnyila, -ios, sf. letter-box; mail- 
box. 

Gromulya, -io, sm. cud. 

Gromuliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), 
v.ct.n. to masticate; to chew; to rumi- 
nate. 

Grotai, -q, dim. -teliai, sm. pi. lattice; 
grate; | bar {in a court of justice, alto 
in a Catholic church). 

Grovas, -o,«w». count. 

Grovyste,-es,*/. county; shire; earldom. 
Grozdana, -os, */. hobgoblin. 
Groze, -OS, sf. beauty; grace. 
Grozybe, -as, sf. beauty. = GrazybE. 
Grozinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v % a. to adorn. 
to decorate. 



105 Gruzdei! 

Grubluotas, /. -la, defin. -tasis, /. -tofi, 

adj. rough; rugged. 
Grubti (grumbu, grubau, -bsiu), v.n. to 

become rough; to grow benumbed. 
Grubus, /. -bi, ntr. -bu, dejin. -busis, /. 
-bioji, adj. rough; rugged. | — biai, 
adv. roughly. | — bumas, sm. rough- 
ness; ruggedness. 

Gruckas, -o, sm. hot. turnip. Brassica 
campestris. 

Qrudas, -o, dim. -delis, sm. grain; corn; 
pip; kernel. 

Grudinis,/. -ne, adj. of a grain; granu- 
lar; corny. 

Grudlnti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Grudyti (-di- 
ju, -dijau, -dysiu), v.a. to harden; 
to temper. 

Grume, -es, sf. fight; combat. 

Grumejas,/. -|a, *. fighter; wrestler. 

Grumentl (-mena, -meno, -mens), v.im- 
ptrs to thunder slightly. 

Grumojimas, -o, sm. threat; menace. 

Grumoti (-moju, mojau, -mosiu), v.n. 
to threaten; to menace 

Grumstas, -o,<frm. -stelis,«m. clod; lump 
(of earth). 

Grumtis (-miuos, -miaus, -msiuos), v. 
rfi. to fight; to combat; to struggle. 

Grumulas, -o, dim. -Ielis,«ro. ball; globe; 
globule. 

Grundulys, -io, sm. icht. gudgeon. 

Gruntas, -0, sm. ground. 

Gruodas, -o, sm. roughly frozen earth. 

Gruodis, -dzio, sm. December. 

Grupa, -os, »f group. 

Grupuotl (-puoju, -pavau, -puosiu), v. 
a. to group. 

Grusti(grudu, orgrudziu, -dau, -siu), v. 
a. to pound; to bruise; to crumble; 
to grind; to crush; to minco; to shiv- 
er; Jlflr. to thrust; to drive violently. 

Grustuvas, -o,*m. pestle. 

Grustuve, -es, sf. mortar; wooden mor- 
tar. 

Gruse, -es, sf. hot pear; pear tree. 

Grusinis./. -ne, adj. pear...: of pear 
tree. 

Gruzas, -o, sm. icht. minnow. 

Gruzdas, -0, sm. fried cake: | hot. mush- 
room. Agaricus a«, r rematus. 

Gruzde, -es, *f bot. brown mushroom. 

Gruzdetl (-du, -dejau, desiu), r.?t. to 
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Gruzdinti 

Gruzdinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to burn 
slowly; to cause to smoulder. 

Gruzys, -io, sm. [&L] rodent. Veislegru- 
tty, rodent i a. 

Guba, -os, sf. heap of sheaves; shock; 
stook. 

Gubernatorius, -iaus, sm. governor. 

Gubernija, -os, sf government. 

Gudas,/. -de, #. White Russian; inhab- 
itant of White Russia. 

Gudija, -os, sf White Russia. 

Gudiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. pertaining or belonging to 
White Russia; White Russian... 

GudbarStis, -5io, sm. bot. garden sorrel; 
patience dock. Rumex patientia. 

Gudkarklis, -io,«ro. bot. osier; long leaved 
willow. Salix caprea. 

Gudnotere, -es, sf, bot. dwarf nettle. 

Gudobele, -es, sf. bot. hawthorn. Cra- 
taegus. 

Gudragalvis,/. -ve, s. cunning person; 
fig. rogue. 

Gudrauti (-rauju, -ravau, -rausiu), v.n. 
to reason subtilely ; to act cunning- 
ly; to contrive; to scheme. 

Gudravimas, -o,m. contrivance; schem- 
ing. 

Gudreti (-reju, -rgjau, -resiu), v.n. to 
become crafty, cunning; to become 
wise. 

Gudriai, adv. craftily; cunningly; skill- 
fully; wisely. 

Gudrybe, -es, sf. craft; cunning; cun- 
ningness; skillfulness. 

Gudrocius, -iaus, sm. crafty man. 

Gudroti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v.a.n. to 
think; to contrive; to scheme; to 
plan craftily; to philosophize. 

Gudrumas, -o, sm cunningness; crafti- 
ness. 

Gudruolius,/. -le, *. crafty man;/, craf- 
ty woman. 

Gudrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rio|i, adj. 
crafty; cunning; skillful; clever. 

Gudumas, -0, sm. depth; nakties — the 
dead of night. 

Guga, -os, sf. knoll; hillock; [balno] 
pommel. 

Guglineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.n. to 
roam about. 

Guiti (guju, gujau, guisiu), v. a. to 
drive; to chase. 



106 Guodimasi 

Gulbe, -es, sf. orn. swan. 

Gulbinas, '0,sm. male swan. 

Gulbinis,/. -ne, adj. of a swan. 

Guldyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
lay; to put down. 

Guldytuves, -iij,*/. pi. ceremony of lead- 
ing to bed of a bridal couple. 

Gulejimas, -o, sm. lying; being prostrate. 

Guleti (-liu, -lejau, -lesiu), v. n. to lie; 
— lovoj y to lie in a bed. 

Gulykla, -os, sf. place for rest or sleep; 
couch; bed; [iveries\ den; covert. 

Gulimas, /. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -mo|i, 
prt. lying; sleeping; — kambarys, 
sleeping room. 

GulSiias, /. -5ia, defin. -Ciasis,/. -5io|i, 
adj. lying; horizontal; | recumbent; 
slanting; inclined. | — 6iai, adv. ho- 
rizontally; in a lying position; re- 
cumbently. 

Gulta, -os, sf. bedtime. 

Guiti (-lu, -liau, -lsiu), v.n. to lie down; 
to go to bed; to retire. 

Gultuve, -es, sf. bedroom. 

Guma, -os, sf. gum. 

Gumbas, -o, sm. excrescence; protuber- 
ance; knob; | med. spasm or cramp 
in the stomach. 

Gumbazole, -es, sf. bot. buttons; com- 
mon tansy. Tanacetum vulgare. 

Gumbine, -es, sf. mace; club. 

Gumbuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 
adj. knobby; covered with knobs or 
hard protuberances. 

Gumbutis, -5io, sm. bot. tormentil; sept- 
foil. Potentilla tormentilla. 

Gumeliastikas, -o, sm. gum elastic; India 
rubber. 

Gumulas, -o, sm. round body ; ball ; globe ; 
sphere. 

Gundymas, -0, sm. temptation; entice- 
ment; instigation. 

Gundyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
tempt; to incite; to entice; to insti- 
gate. 

Gundytojas,/. -|a, s. enticer; tempter;/, 
temptress. 

Gune, -es, dim. -nele, sf rug; | capari- 
son; horse cloth; blanket. 

Guoba, -os, sf bot. elm; elm tree. Ul- 
mus etfusa. 

Guodimasi, -osi, sm. complaining; griev- 
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Guogas, -0, sm. peasant: rustic; boor. 
Guoiis, -io, sm. couch: bed; mil. camp; 
encampment; [zteries] couch; den; 
lair; harbor. 
Guosti (guodziu, guodziau, guosiu), v. 
a. to console: to comfort; to cheer. 
Guostis (guodziuos, guodziaus, guo- 

siuos), v.rfl. to complain. 
Guotas, -o, dim. 4e\\$,sm. cluster; bush; 

[kaimene] herd. 
Guote, -es, sf. hot. kind of mushroom. 
Gurbas, -o, dim. -belts, sm. basket. 
Gurguliuoti ( liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), 
v.n. to gargle; to rattle in the tnrout. 
Viduriai gurguliuoja, the guts rum- 
ble. 
Gurgzdeti (du, -dejau, -desiu), t?. n. to 

creak; to jar. 
Gurgzdis, -dzio, sm. hot. chervil. Anth- 

riscus silvestris. 
Gurineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. frq. 

to walk about; to go to and fro. 
Gurklys, -io, sm. craw; crop; maw; 
fiurksnis, -io, sm. mouthful; draught. 
Gurkti(-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a.n.(colhq.) 
to swallow; to gulp; to eat greedily. 
Gurnis,-ies,«/. waist; shape; figure; stat- 
ure. Lainos gvrnies mergele, slen- 
der waisted girl. 
Gusis, -io, sm. time; bout; gusiais, at 

times; by fits and starts. 
Gusta, -os, dim. -tele, */. nest. 
Guviai, adv. briskly: quickly; nimbly. 
Guvumas, -0, sm. briskness; quickness; 

liveliness. 
Guvus, /. -vi, defin. -vusis,/. -viojl, adj. 

brisk; smart; lively; quick. 
Guzas, -o, dim. -zelis, sm. knob; protu- 
berance; excrescence. 
Guze, -es, sf. cabbage head. 
Guzikas, -o, dim. -kelis, sm. button. = 

Saga. 
Guzines, -iij, sf. pi. blindman's butT; | 

evening party; entertainment. 
Guzineti (-neju, -ngjau, -nesiu), v.n. to 

play, blindman's buff. 
Guzys, -io, sm. crop (of a bird). 
Guzta, -os, sf. = Gusta. 
Guztis (-ziuos, -ziaus, -siuos), r. rfl. to 

squat; to cower [said of bird*]. 
Guzulas, -O, dim. Ah\%sm. gland; gland- 
ule; [gu&*-*\ knob; protuberance. 
Guzuolas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toll, ad J> 



H 

knobbed; covered with knobs or ex- 
crescences. 
Gvairinetis (-nfijuos, -nejaus, -ngsiuos), 
v. frq. j Gvairytis (-raus, -riaus, -ry- 
siuos), v. rfl. to gape about. 
Gvairys,/. -re, s. gaper. 
Gvaizdikas, -o, sm. bot. gilly-flower; 
pink; carnation. Diantus. I clove; 
caryophyllus. 
Gvaizdikeliai, .ty, [dim. <?/Gvaizdikas], 

sm. pi. cloves {*pice). 
Gvaldyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

husk; to shell. 
Gvarantija, -os, */. warranty; warrant. 
Gvarantuoti(-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. 

a. to warrant; to guarantee. 
Gvardietis, -5io, sm. guardsman. 
Gvardija, -os, sf. guards. 
Gvardijonas, -o, sm. guardian; superior 

of a monastery. 
Gvera, -os, smf. gaping booby; jacka- 
napes. 
Gverti (-rstu, -rau, -rsiu), v.n. to wear 

away, out. 
Gvildenitnas, -0, sm. husking-, fig. ex- 
ploring; exploration; scrutinizing. 
Gvildenti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu),r.a. to husk; 
to shell; fig. to investigate; to ex- 
plore; to scrutinize. 
Gvildentojas,/. -|a,«. one who husks ;fig. 
investigator; explorer; searcher; 
scrutinizer. 
Gvintas, -0, sm. worm ; thread (of a screw). 
Gvintuotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 

adj. having worms or threads. 
Gvintuoti(-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v.a. 
to make worms or threads; to thread. 
Gvoltas, -o,*w*. force; violence; outrage; 

gvolto rekti, to cry for help. 
Gvoltininkas,/. -ke, s. violator; breaker; 

ravisher. 
Gvoltuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v.a. 

to violate; to break; to ravish. 
Gzimsas, -0, sm. jutting; cornice. 
Gzimsinis,/. -ne, adj. of a cornice. 
Gzimsuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), v.a. 
to make a cornice. 



H 



H [Letter H in Lithuanian alphabet 
does not exist, though it is used in 
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Harmonija 

Harmonija, -os, sf. harmony; accord; 
concord. 

Harmoniskas,/. -ka, adj. harmonious. | 
— kal, adv. harmoniously. 

Harmonizuoti (-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu), 
v.n. to harmonize. 

Heraldika, -o$, sf. heraldry. 

Hydraulika, -os,*/. phys. hydraulics. 

Hydrauliskas,/. -ka, adj. hydraulic, hy- 
draulical. 

Hydro gen as, -o, sm. hydrogen. 

Hydropatija, -os, sf. hydropathy. 

Hydropatiskas,/. -ka, adj. hydropathic; 
curing by water. 

Hyena, -os, sf. hyenn. 

Hygiena, -OS, sf. hygiene. 

Hygieniskas, / -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. hygienic. 

Hymnas, -0, sin. hymn. 

Hyperbola, -os, sf hyperbola; hyperbole. 

Hyperboliikas,/. -ka, adj. hyperbolic. 

Hypnotiikas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. hypnotic. 

Hypnotizmas, -o, sm. hypnotism. 

Hypnotizuoti (-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu), 
v.a. to hypnotize. 

Hypoteka, -os, sf. mortgage. 

Hypoteza, -os, sf. hypothesis; supposi- 
tion. 

Hysterifa, -os, sf. med. hysteria, hyster- 
ics. 

Hysteriikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -kofi, 
adj. hysteric, hysterical. 

Homeopatas,/. -te, s. homeopathist. 

Homeopatija, -os, sf homeopathy. 

Homeopatiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
-koji, adj. homeopathic. 

Horizontas, -o, sm. horizon. 

Horizontaliikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, / 
-koji, adj. horizontal. | — kal, adv. 
horizontally. 

Hostija, -os, sf. host; sacramental wa- 
fer. 

Hotelis, -io, sm. hotel. 

Humaniskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. humane; kind. 

Humaniikumas, -o, sm. humanity. 

Humoras, -o, sm. humor. 

Humoristas,/. -te, s. humorist. 

Humoristika, -os, */. humorous style. 

Humoristiskas, / -ka, defin. -kasis, / 
-ko|i, adj. humorous. | — kai, adv. 
humorously. 



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Jbraukti 



II Y 



I prep. with. ace. to: at; in; into. Va- 
tiuoti i Kaunq, to go to Kovno. Pri- 
buti i miestq, to arrive at a city or 
town. Jo turtas unem g milijonq. rub- 
Utt, he is worth about one million 
of roubles. 2. an inseparable preposi- 
tion or prefix to many verbs and 
verbal nouns, and is rendered into 
English by in, into. 

Jadyti (-adau, -adziau, -ndysiu), v.a. to 
stitch in. 

Jarti (-ariu,-ariau,-arsiu), v.a. to plough 
in; to cover by ploughing. 

Jartinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to offend: 
to insult; lo injure. 

JaStreti (-trSju, -tr^jau, -tresiu), v.n. to 
become sharp; to be exasperated, 
aggravated- 

JaStrinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to sharp- 
en; to aggravate; to exasperate. 

Jaugti (-gu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to grow in. 

jausti (-dziu,-dziau,-siu), v.a. to. weave 
into; to interweave. 

Jbaidyti(-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.a.frq. to 
intimidate; to browbeat. 

JbaugintI (nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to in- 
spire with fear; to intimidate. 

jbausti (-dziu,-dziau,-siu), v. a. to chas- 
tise; to castigate; jig. to give strict 
orders. 

Jbegti (-gu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to run into; 
to flow into. 

Jberti (-beriu,-b€riau,-bersiu), v. a. to 
strew; to pour into (said of dry sub- 
stances). 

Jbesti (-bedu,-bedziau,-besiu), v. a. to 
stick, to thrust into. 

Jbyreti (-ru, -rej iu, -resiu), JbirtI (-ru, 
-rau,-rsiu), v.n. to be strewed into. 

Ybiske, -es, sf. marsh-mallow. Altsea 
officinalis. 

Jbraizineti (-nSju, -nejau, -nesiu), Jbrai- 
zioti (-zioju,-ziojau,-ziosiu), v.frg. to 
scratch in, to cut in; to engrave. 

Jbraklintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to push, 
to cram into. 

Jbraukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. tostroke 
or wipe into; — brie&iukq, to strike 
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Jbristi (-bredu,-bridau,-brisiu), v. n. to 

wade or ford into. 
Jbriezti (-ziu,-ziau,-§iu), v.a. to scratch 

in; to cut in. 
Jbrukti (-ku,-kau,-ksiu), v.a. to shove, 

to thrust into. 
U,abbr. o/Ypad, 

Yda, -os, sf. fault; defect; vice; imper- 
fection. 
Jdagas, -o, sm. brand. 
Idant, eonj. that; in order that. 
Jdantuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 

to tooth, to put or set in teeth. 
Jdas, -o, sm. [Kr.] insect; vermin. 
Jdavejas,/. -|a, s. committer; [tidate- 

jas] betrayer; traitor;/, traitress. 
Jdavimas, -o,*w. handingover; commit- 
ting; commitment; | treachery; 

treason. 
Jdavineti(-neju, -nejau, -ngsiu), v.frq., 

Jduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v.a. 

to hand over; to deliver; to commit; 

[iiduoti] to betray. 
Jdavingas,/. ^defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 

perfidious; treacherous. | — gai, adv. 

perfidiously; treacherously. | — gu- 

mis,*w. perfldiousness; treacherotis- 

ness. 
Idealas, -o, sm. ideal. 
Idealistas,/. -te, *. idealist. 
Idealilkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 

adj. ideal. 
Idealizmas, -o, sm. idealism. 
Idealizuoti (-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu), v.a. 

to idealize. 
Jdeginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to burn 

in; to heat; to inflame. 
{degti (gu, -giau, -gsiu), v.n. to begin 

to burn. 
Ideja, -os, sf. idea; conception; notion, 
{dejimas, -o, sm. putting into. 
Idejinis,/. -ne;ldi|ilkas,/.-ka, defin. -ka- 
sis, /. -ko|i, adj. containing an idea. 
Jdelys, -io, sm. deposit. 
jdem, adv. exactly ; strictly ; positively. 
Jdemeti (-m6ju,-mejau,-mesiu), v.a. to 

mark; to put a mark on. 
(demus, = Jdomus. 
Identiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /.-ko|i, 

adj. identical; alike; similar. | — kai, 

adv. identically. 
ldeti(-dedu.-dejau,-desiu), v.a. to put 

or place into; to lay into. 



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Jdetuve, -os, sf. case; receptacle. 

Jdiegti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v.a. to sting 
in. 

jdienoti (-noja,-nojo,-nos), v. impers. to 
come to the full daylight; [nusiblai- 
vinti] to clear up. 

Idylija, -os,*/. idyl 

Ydingas,/. -ga, defin. -gas is,/. -go|i, adj. 
faulty; defective. | — gai, adv. fault- 
ily. | — gumas, sm. faultiness. 

Jdomus, /. -mi, defin. -musis, /. -mioii, 
adj. curious; inquisitive; interesting. 
| — miai, adv. curiously: inquisitive- 
ly. | — mumas, sm. curiousness; in- 
quisitiveness; curiosity. 

jdreksti (-dreskiu, -dreskiau, -dreksiu), 
v.a. to scratch. 

{dubimas, -o, sm. concavity; hollow. 

jdubti (-dumbu, -dubau, -dubsiu), v.n. 
to sag; to sink down; to fall in; to 
become concave. 

Jduobii (-biu,-biau,-bsiu), v.a. to make 
concave; to hollow. 

Jduoti, see {davinEti. 

jdurmu, (durmais, adv. immediately aft- 
er; at the heels of; closely. 

Jdurti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to stick; to 
thrust into; to prick in. 

jduses,/. -$us\,prt. almost breathless; 
being almost out of breath. 

Jdusti (-stu,-sau,-siu), v.n. to get out of 
breath; to breath asthmatioally; to 
be pursy. 

Jeiga, -os,«f. entrance; entry; | income. 

Jeitl(-einu,-6jau,-eisiu), v.n. to enter; 
to come, to get, to step into. 

Jejimas, -0, sm. entrance; | income. 

jemimas, -o, sm. [miesto, pities] taking; 
capture; | income; profit. 

lena, = Jiena. 

Jgalejimas, -o, sm. ability; overcoming; 
defeating; subduing. 

Jgaleti (-liu, -lejau, -lesiu), v.a. to bo 
able; | to overcome; to defeat; to 
overpower; to subdue. 

{gaiiojimas, -o, sm. authorization; war- 
rant. 

{galioti (-lioju, -liojau, -liosiu), vm. to 
empower; to authorize. 

Jgaliotinis, /. -ne, *. plenipotentiary 
proxy ; agent. 

{gaiiotojas,/. -|a, s. empowerer. 



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Jgasdinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),*>.a. to intim- 
idate; to inspire with fear. 

Igaunija, -os,*/., Igauniai, -ii§, sm. pi. 
Esthonia. 

Igaunis,/. -ne, 8. Esthonian; native of 
Esthonia. 

Jgauti (-gaunu,-gavau,-gausiu), v.a. to 
get; to obtain; to receive; — proto 
sumisimq, to become insane. 

Jgeres,/. -rusi, prt. being moderately 
drunk. 

Jgerti (-riu,-riau f -rsiu), v.a. to drink; to 
imbibe. | v. n. to get d'unk mod- 
erately. 

Jgijimas, -o, sm. acquiring; acquire- 
ment; acquisition. 

Jgimimas, -o, sm. innateness. 

jgimtas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toil, prt. 
innate; inborn; natural. 

Jgimti (-gemu,-gimiau,-gimsiu), v.a. to 
acquire by birth; to inherit. 

Jginti (-genu, -giniau, -ginsiu), v.a. to 
drive into. 

Jgyti (-g[ju, -gijau, -gysiu), v.a. to ac- 
quire; to obtain; to get; to gain. 

ignacas, abbr. Ignas, -o, sm. Ignatius. 

jgnybti (-bu,-bau,-bsiu), v.a. to pinch; 
to nip. 

{graudenti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to warn; 
to caution. 

Jgraudinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu,)t?.a. toexcite 
to compassion; to move. 

Jgriauti (-riauju,-rioviau,-riausiu), v.a. 
to tumble into; to break in. 

Jgriebti(-biu,-biau,-bsiu), v.a. to de- 
ceive; to outwit; to overreach. 

Jgristi (-stu, -sau, -siu), v.n. to be nau- 
seated; to become disgusted; to be 
tired of; to loathe. 

Jgriuti (-gritjvu,-griuvau,-griusiu), v.n. 
to fall in or into. 

Jgrumotf (-moju, -mojau, -mosiu), v.a. 
to order under threat. . 

Jgrusti (-grudu, -grudau, -grusiu), v.a. 
to jog in; to jostle in; to push in or 
into. 

jgudimas, -o, sm. habit; practice. 

jgula, -os, sf. mil. garrison. 

Jguldyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.a. to lay 
into; to put into. 

Jgundymas, -0, sm. enticement. 

{gundyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.a. to en- 
tice; to instigate; to tempt. 



Jkapotl 



Jimti (-imu,-e"miau,-imsiu), v.a. to take 
in; to take by force; to capture. 

Jjojimas, -o,sm. riding in on horseback; 
— } Jeruzolimq, entry into Jerusa- 
lem. 

Jioti (-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v.n. to ride 
in on horseback. 

Jjungti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.a. to yoke 
in. 

Jjunkti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to habit- 
uate one's self to. 

Ik, see Iki. 

Jkaba,- -os, #/. clasp* | parenthesis. 

Jkabinti (-nu f -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to hook 
in; to hang into. 

Jkainas, -0, sm. valuation; appraise- 
ment; | substitute. 

Jkainoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v. a. to 
tax ; to appraise. 

Jkaisti(-kaistu,-kaitau,-kaisiu), v.n. to 
become hot. 

Jkaisti (-kai£iu,-kaiciau,-kaisiu), v. a. 
to set into the fire; puodq — , to set 
a pot into the fire. 

Jkaiiioti (-sioju,-Siojau,-siosiu)*, Jkaiiyti 
(-sau,-Siau,-§ysiu), v.frq., Jkiiti (-§u, 
*§au,-siu), v.a. to stick; to thrust in 
or into, fkisti liezuv^ {fig.) to inform 
against; to denounce. \kUti uodegq, 
(vulg.) to be caught; to fall into a 
snare; to be insnared. 

Jkaitas, -o, sm. hostage; pledge; surety; 
bail; | inheritance [1 Janux], 

Jkaitinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to make 
hot; to heat. 

Jkalba, -os, sf. persuasion. = JkalbE- 
jimas. 

Jkalbejimas, -o, sm. persuasion; admo- 
nition; encouragement. 

Jkalbeti (-bu,-bejau,-besiu), v.a. to make 
one believe a thing; to persuade; to 
exhort; to encourage. 

{kaledinti (-nu, -nau, nsiu), r. a. to im- 
prison; to confine; to put into jail. 

Jkalinetl (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.frq., 
jkalti (-lu,-liau,-lsiu), v.a. to beat, to 
drive into. 

Jkandimas, -o, sm. biting; sting. 

Jkandin, -ne, adv. close at the heels of; 
immediately after. 

jkapes, see InkapEs. 

Jkapoti (-poju,-pojau,-posiu), v.frq. to 
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Jkaras, see Ixkabas. 

{kasti (-su,-siau,-siu), v.a. to dig into: 

to inter. 
Jk^sti (kandu,-kandau,-k$siu), v.a. to 
bite; to sting. 

Jkelil(-liu,-liau,-lsiu), v.a. to lift in. 

Iki, ahbr. \k,prep. with gen. up to; till; 
until; to; as far as. Iki keli%, up to 
the knees. Nuo galtos iki kojy, from 
top to toe. Iki Sios valandos, until 
this hour. Buvau nukeHaves iki Kau- 
no, I went as far as Kovno. 

Ikikol, Ikikolaik, conj. until; as long as; 
so long as. Lauksiu ikikol jis ateis, 
I shall stay here until he comes. 

Jkilas, -0, sm. bee-hive (built in a tree). 

{kimsiniai, -iij,*m. pi. forcemeat. 

jkinkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
yoke, to put in or into; to hitch. 

Jkypai, adv. in a slanting way; slant- 
ingly; obliquely. 

Jkyreti (-riu.-rejau,-resiu), jkirtl (-k£ru, 
-kirau.-kirsiu), v.n. to become loath- 
some. 

Jkirsti(-kertu,-kirtau,-kirsiu), v.a. to 
hew in; to cut in or open; to slash; 
[jkasti] to bite. 

Jklrumas, -0, sm. importunity; trouble- 
someness; loathsomeness. 

Ikirus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis, /. -rio|i, adj. 
importunate; tiresome; troublesome; 
vexatious; loathsome. 

Ikisiol, Ikisioiaik, adv. till now; hither- 
to; up to this time. 

jkisti,*^ Jkaisioti. 

Ikitol, Ikitolel, adv. thither. 

jkliudyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
entagle; to embroil; to involve. 

Jkliuti (-kliuvu,-kliuvau,-kliusiu), v.n. 
to be wedged in; to be entangled; to 
be involved; to be caught. 

Jkliuves,/. -w%\,prt. caught; involved; 
Jig. uneasy; restless. 

Ikmettnis,/. -no, adj. temporal; secular. 

Ikoras, -o v sm. [Kr.] inkstand. 

Ikrai, -q, sm. pi. roe; spawn. 

jkratyti (-tau,-£iau,-tysiu), v.a. toshake 
in or into. 

Jkresti (-k'reciu,-ciau,-kr§siu), v. a. to 
shake in or into; fig.,— kamrykm% % 
to whip one; — dirvq, to manure; to 
fertilize. 



Ilgal 

Jkristi (-krintu,-kritau,-krisiu), v. n. to 

fall into. 
Jkrova, -os, */. lading; loading; freight 

cargo; load. 
Iksiol, adv. till now. 
Iktol, adv. thither. 

{kurefas,/. -|a, *. founder; establisher; 
* organizer. 

{kurimas, -0, sm. foundation; establish- 
ment. 
Jkurti (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v.a. to organ- 
ize; to found; to originate; to estab- 
lish. 
Jkurtuves, -iij, */. pi housewarming; 

grand opening. 
Ikvalei, adt\ enough; plenty. 
{kvepimas, -0, sm. inspiration. 
jkvepti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v.a. to in- 
spire. 
Yla, -os, */. awl. 

Jlaida, -os, sf. admission; admittance. 
Jlaiklnis,/. -no, adj. timely; opportune. 
Jlanda, -os, */. lurking hole; hiding 

place. 
Jlanka, -os, sf. sinuosity; [juriy] gulf; 

bay; creek. 
Jlankis, -lo, sm. bend; sinuosity. 
llankstyti(-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v.a.frq., 
Jlenkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
bend in; to incurve. 
Jlankus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kio|i, adj. 

sinuous; meandering. 
{lauzimas,-0, sm. breaking into; breach. 
Jlauzti (-ziu,-ziau,-siu), v.a. to break in 

or into. 
Iltiuke, -os, */. [Tat.] comma [,]. 
Yldegis, -io, sm. burning iron. 
Jleida, = Jlaida. 
jlelsti (-leidziu,-dau,-leisiu), v.a. to let 

in or into; to admit. 
Jlekti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), vn. to run in- 
to; to fly in or into. 
Jlenkti, see Jlankstyti. 
Ilgaamzis, /. -ie, s. d: adj. long lived .» 

one; lasting. 
iigaausis, /. -se, *. & adj. long eared 

one; (abus.) donkey; jackass. 
rtgadantis,/. -te, *. <fe adj. one with Ipng 

teeth. 
Ilgai, adv. long, llgai pirm to, pries' tai, 
long ago. llgai po to y long after that, 
after a long time. 



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llgainiui 

llgainiui, adv. in course of time; 
whiie after; some time after. 

Ilgakakiis,/. -le, *. <& adj. long necked 
one. 

Ilgakoiis,/. -|e, *. cfe adj. long legged 
one. 

llgaliezuvis,/.-vM* & <*dj- loose tongued 
one; an indiscreet person. 

Ilgametinis,/. -ne, adj. of many years; 
lasting; durative. 

Ilgametis,/. -te, *. db adj. one lasting 
many years; perennial. 

Ilganagis,/. -ge, s. & adj. one with long 
claws, talons or nails. 

Ilganosis,/. -se, s. & adj. long nosed 
one. 

llgapirStis,/. -te, s. & adj. long fingered 
one; fig. pickpocket. 

Ilgapiaukis,/. -ke, s. <fe adj. long haired 
one. 

Ilgaplunksnis,/. -n§,*. dadj. long feath- 
ered one. 

Ilgarankis,/. -ke, s. <& adj. long armed 
one; longimanous. 

Ilgas,/. -ga,7i*r. -qu f defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
<*<#. long. 

Ilgaskvernis,/. -ne, «. cfcacfr*. long skirted 
or long lapped one; (cont.) clergy- 
man. 

Ilgasnapis,/. -pe, «. <£ adj. long beaked 
one. 

Ilgasnukis, /. -ke, s. & adj. long muz- 
zled one; jig. hog. 

Ilgasparnis,/. -ne, 8. & adj. long winged 
one. 

Mgauodegis,/. -ge, a. & adj. long tailed 
one; long-tail. 

Ilgaveidis,/. -de, s. db adj. long faced 
one. 

Ilge, -es, tf. hot. valerian; capon's tail. 
Valeriana. 

Ilgejimasi, -osi; llgesis, -io, sm. longing; 
yearning. 

Ilgeti (-geju,-g€jau,-g§siu), v.n. to grow 
longer | — s, v. rfl. to long for; to 
yarn; to pine for. 

Ilgybe, -es,*/; length; lengthiness. 

Ilgyn, adv. longer; — eiti, to grow long- 
er. 

Ilginti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to lengthen. 
| — s, v.rfl. to grow longer. 

Ilgls, -io, 8m. length; lengthiness; longi- 
tude. 



112 Jmerkti 

llglupe, -os, tf. hot. coral orchis; coral 
word. Corallorhizza. 

Ilgokas, /. -ka, adj t , — kai, adv. some- 
what long; a little too long. 

Ilgti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v.n. to grow 
long or longer. | —8, v. rfl. to long 
for. 

Ilguma, -OS, tf. length; geogr. longi- 
tude. 

Ilgumas, -o, sm. length; lengthiness. 

Ilgumet, adv. long. 2TUgumet po to, not 
long after that. 

Jli|a, -os, tf. rainy weather; continuous 
rain. 

jlipti (-pu,-pau,-psiu), v. n. to climb in 
or into; to step in or into. 

jljsti (-lendu,-lindau,-l|siu), v.n. to get 
in or into; to crawl or creep in or in- 
to. 

Iliustractya, -o, sf. illustration. 

Iliustruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v.a. 
to illustrate. 

Iliuzija, -os, tf. illusion. 

Ilsefimas, -o, sm. repose; relaxation. 

I (set is (-siuos, -sejaus.-sesiuos), v.rfl. to 
rest; to repose. 

Ilsis, -Io, sm. usually toith prefixes at-, 
nuo-,pa-, which see. 

Ilsti (-stu,-sau,-siu), v.n. to grow tired; 
to become weary. 

Iltinis, /. -ne, adj. of tusk. lUi- 
nis dantis, dog tooth ; canine tooth. 

litis, -ies, sf. tusk; canine tooth; dog 
tooth. 

Jluzti (-ztu,-zau,-£iu), v. n. to break in 
or into; to be broken. 

Jmaiiyti (-§au,-siau,-Sysiu), v.a. to mix 
in or into; to immix; to embroil; 
\duonq\ to knead up. 

jmanyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. n. to 
know; to understand. 

Jmanytinas, /. -na, defin. -nasls, /. -no|i, 
adj. considerable. | — nai, adv. con- 
siderably. 

jmaniis,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -nio|i, adj, 
comprehensible; intelligible. | — niai, 
adv. intelligibly; skillfully. 

Jmarka, -os, tf. retting pool. 

Jmauti (-mauju or -maunu, -moviau, 
mausiu), v.a. to put in or into; to 
shove in or into. 

Imberas, -o, sm. ginger. 

jmerkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a. to put 



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Jmestf 

into the water; to immerse; to dip; 

to soak in. 
jmesti (-metu, -me£iau, -mesiu), v. a. 

to throw into. 
Jmeiimas, -o, sm. manuring. 
jmezti (-ziu,-ziau,-§iu), v.a. to dung; to 

manure; to fertilize. 
Jmigdyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

lull to sleep; to put one asleep. 
Jmigimas, -o, sm., jmigls, -io, sm. deep 

sleep. 
|migtl,(-mingu,-migau,-migsiu), v.n. to 

fall into a deep sleep. 
Jminkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 

knead into; to knead up. 
{mintl,(-nu, -niau, -nsiu), v. a. to tread, 

to trample in or into. 
Jmirkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 

soak; to make soft by soaking, 
jmirkti (kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to soak; 

to become soft by soaking. 
Jmokejimas,-o, sm. paying in; payment. 
Jmokestis, -ies, sf. payment. 
jmoketi (-ku,-kejau,-k6siu), v.a. to pay 

in. 
jmokinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), Jmokyti (-kau, 

-kiau, -kysiu), v.a. to instruct; to in- 
form; to teach. 
Jmone, -es, sf. means; expedient; way; 

contrivance. 
Imperatorius, -iaus, sm. emperor. 
Imperija, -ot , sf. empire. 
I m pi las, -o, sm. tick; bedtick. 
Inponuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v. 

n. to impose; to impress. 
Improvizacija, -os, sf. improvisation. 
lnprovizatorlus,-iaus,#m. im pro visa to re; 

—re, «es, sf. im pro visat rice. 
Inprovizuoti (-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu), v. 

a.n. to improvise; to extemporize. 
Imti (imu, £miau, imsiu), v.a. to take. 

I -s, v.rfl. to wrestle, to struggle. 
Imtynes, -iij, sf. pi. wrestling; fight; 

combat; struggle. 
{mares,/, -nisi, pr*. drenched; soaked; 

miry (said of a road). 
Jmurti (-rstu, -rau, -rsiu), v. n. to be 

drenched or thoroughly soaked (as 

a road from the rain). 
Jmuiti (-§u,-Siau,-Siu), v.a. to beat, to 

knock in or into. 
jnagis, -Io, sm. instrument; tool; weap- 
on; means; medium. 



113 Inkvizicija 

{nam is, /. -me, s. cottager; | inmate; 
cohabitant. 

Jnaretyti (-stau, -sfciau, -stysiu), v.frq.; 
jnerti (-neriu, -neriau, -rsiu), v. a. to 
fix into a noose; to put into. 

jnaialas, -o, sm. contribution; share. 

Indauja, -os, sf. cupboard; buffet. 

Indas, -o, dim. -delis, sm. vessel; recep- 
tacle. 

Indi|a, -os, sf. India; | indigo (dye). 

Indijonas, -o, sm. Indian man; — ne, sf. 
Indian woman. 

lndMdualiskas,/.-ka, defln. -kasis,/.-ko|I, 
adj. individual. | — kai, adv. in- 
dividually. 

Individualizmas, -o, sm. individuality; 
individualism. 

Industri|a, -os, sf. industry. 

jneiimas, -o, sm. bringing in; | motion; 
proposition; proposal. 

jnestl (-su, -siau, -§iu)j v.a. to bring in 
or into; | to move; to propose. 

Ing, prep, with ace. at; in; into; to. 

Ingis,/. -ge,«. sluggard; lubber; idler. 

Iniciativa, -os, sf. initiative. 

Jnikti (-ninku, -nikau, -niksiu), v. n. to 
begin with vehemence or passion; 
Jnikti i darbq, to begin to work pas- 
sionately. 

Jnlrsti, = JnirSti. 

Jniriells,/. -ie, s. an indignant person; 
one who is mad with wrath or rage. 

{niriimas, Inirtlmas, -o, sm. excessive 
wrath; wrathfulness; fury. 

Jniriinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a to en- 
rage; to exasperate; to make furious. 

Jnliiti (-stu, -§au, -Siu), v. n. to be en- 
raged; to be furious; to fall into a 
passion. 

Ynls, -io, sm. rime. = Sarma. 

Inkapes,-ty,#f.p2. winding sheet; shroud 

Inkaras, -o, sm. anchor; (matas) grap- 
nel. 

Inkorporuoti (-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v. 
a. to incorporate. 

Inkstas, -o, sm. kidney. Inksty Hga, kid- 
ney trouble. 

Inkstlnis,/. -ne, adj. of kidney. 

Inkstlras, -0, sm. warble; small hard 
tumor. 

Inkstiruotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -tofi, 
adj. full of warbles. 

Inkvizicija, -os, sf. inquisition. 



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Inkvizitorius, -iaus, sm. inquisitor. 

InkvizitoriSkas,/. -ka, adj. inquisitorial. 

Inspektas, -o, sm. hotbed. 

Inspektorius, -iaus, sm. inspector; over- 
seer. 

Instinktas, -o, sm. instinct. 

InstinktivlSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
|i, adj. instinctive. | — kai, adv. in- 
stinctively. 

Institutas, -o, sm. institute; boarding- 
school. 

Instruments, -o, sm. instrument; tool. 

Int, prep, in; into; to. = \. 

Intapas, -o, sm. mole; freckle; natural 
freckle; birth spot. 

inte, -es, sf. wife of husband's brother; 
sister-in-law. 

InteiektualiSkas, / -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
•ko\\,adj. intellectual; mental. I— kai, 
adv. intellectually. 

lntellgentija,-os,*/. intelligence; (coleet.) 
the intellectuals; the educated clas- 
ses. 

Inteiigentas,/. -to, *. educated, intelli- 
gent person. 

InteiigentiSkas,/. -ka, adv. intelligent; 
educated; polished. |— kai, adv. intel- 
ligently. 

Intencija, -os, sf. intention; intent; pur- 
pose; aim; end. 

Interesas, -o, sm. interest; business; 
concern. 

Interesuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), v. 
a. to interest. I — s, v. rfl. to be in- 
terested; to take an interest in. 

Internacionaliskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. 
-ko|i, adj. international. 

Intolerancija, -os, sf. intolerance. 

Intrlga, -os, sf. intrigue; plot. 

Intriguoti (-guoju,-gavau,-guosiu), v. n. 
to intrigue; to plot. 

Invalidas, -0, sm. invalid. 

Inventorius, -iaus, sm. inventory. 

Inzajus, -iaus; Inzinas, -o, sm. engine. 

Inzinieryste, -es, sf. engineering. 

Inzinierius, -iaus, sm. engineer. 

Ypac\ Ypafiiai, adv. especially; particu- 
larly. 

Jpainioti (-nioju, -niojau, -niosiu), v. a. 
to entangle; to involve; to entrap. 

Ypata, -os, sf. person; individual; char- 
acter. 



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Ypatybe, -es, sf. property; quality; na* 
ture; peculiarity; singularity. 

Ypatinis,/. -n4, adj. personal. 

Ypatingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i,arf;. 
particular; peculiar; singular; spe- 
cial. | — qui f adv. chiefly; particular- 
ly ; especially. 

Ypatingumas, -0, sm. particularity; pe- 
culiarity. 

Ypatiikas,/. -ka, defin. .kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 
personal; | peculiar: particular. | 
—kai, adv. personally. 

Ypati§kumas,-o,*m. personality; I pecu- 
liarity; singularity. 

Ypatus,/ -ti, adj. particular; peculiar; 
especial. 

Jpedinybe, -es, sf. succession; heirdom; 
heirship. 

jpedinis, /. -ne, s. successor; heir; /. 
heiress. 

jpedziul, adv. hard by; close to. Bit 
kam ipedtiui, to follow one closely. 

Jpiaustyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v.frq.; 
jpiauti (-piauju,-piovau,-piausiu), v. 
a. to cut in; to make incisions. 

Jpykdinti (-dinu, -nau, -nsiu), jpykdyti 
(-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to make 
angry ; to provoke to anger. 

{pykti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to get 
angry. 

Jpiiti (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v.a. to pour in; 
to strew in. 

Jpinas, -o, sm. ribbon; riband. 

jpinti (-nu, -niau, -nsiu), v. a. to plait 
into; to twine into; to entwist. 

JpleSti (-siu, -§iau, -siu), v. a. to tear; 
to rip. 

Jplyiti (-stu, -Sau, -siu), v. n. to crack; 
to burst. 

Jprasti (prantu,-pratau,-prasiu), v. n. 
to be accustomed to; to get used to. 

JpraSyti (-§au, -siau, -sysiu), v. a. to in- 
vite; to ask to come inside. 

Jpratinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to accus- 
tom ; to inure; to habituate. 

Jprotis, -5io, sm. custom ; habit; usage; 
use; wont; habitude. 

Jpulti (-puolu,-puoliau,-pulsiu), v.n. to 
fall into. 

Jpusti (-pufciu, -fciau, -pusiu), v. a. to 

blow into. 
lr, conj. and; | too; also. Ar irjis itn 
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Yra, [3 pers. sing. etpL praes. of Buti] * 

is; pi. are. 
Jrankininkas, -o, sm. gram, the instru- 
mental case [casus instrumentalis] . 
Jrankis,-io,«m. instrument; tool; imple- 
ment; utensil. 
{rasas, -o, sm. inscription. 
Jrasyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. a. to in- 
scribe; to write in; to register. 
Jrausti (-siu,-siau,-siu), v.a. to dig up; 
to bury. 2. — (-raustu, -raudau, 
-rausfu), v.n. to become red; to red- 
den; to blush. 
Irejas,/. -|a, *. rower. 
Jrengimas, -o, sm. arrangement; estab- 
lishment, 
Jrengti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to ar- 
range; to organize; to establish. 
Irgi, eonj. and; also, 
{riesti (-rie£iu,-ciau,-siu), v.a. to warp, 

to lay the threads on the loom. 
irimas, -0, sm. parting; disunion; sepa- 
ration; disruption. 
Yrimas, -o, sm. rowing. 
Irklas, -o, sm. oar. 
Irklavimas, -o, sm. rowing. 
Irklinis, /. -ne, adj. of an oar; oar...; 

rowing... 
Irkluoti (-kluoju,-klavau,-kluosiu), v.n. 

to row. 
Irkluotojas,/. -|a, *. rower. 
Irmede, -es, sf. kind of sickness. 
Ironija, -os, sf. irony. 
Ironiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koli, 
adj. ironical. | — kai, adv. ironically. 
Jros, -ij, sf. pi ruins; debris. 
lriti(-3tu,-sau,-Siu), v.n. to grow angry; 

to become mad. 
Irlus, /. -II, defin. -susis, /. .5io|i, adj. 
choleric; irascible; angry. | — Sumas, 
sin. angriness; irascibility. 
irti (iriu,yriau,irsiu), v.a. t — s, v.rfl. to 
oar; to row; to sail. 2. — ([ru, irau, 
irsiu), v.n. to burst; to be torn; to 
go asunder; to break. 
Irtojas, = Ib£jas. 

Jsakymas, -0, sm. command; order; in- 
struction, 
{wkineti (-n6ju,-n6jau,-nesiu), v. frg., 
Jsakyti(-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to or- 
der; to command. 
{sakme, -eg, sf. command; order. 



{sakmiai, adv. explicitly; expressly; ex- 
pressively; plainly; fully. 
jsakmus, /. -mi, defin. -musis, /. -mio|i, 
adj. explicit; express. 1 — mumas,*w. 
explicitness. 
{segti (-gu, -giau, -gsiu), v.a. to pin in- 
to. 
Jsesti (-sSdu,-s6dau,-sesiu), v.n. to sit 
into; — i veiimq, to step into a car- 
riage. 
Jsiastreti (-reju,-re>u,-resiu), {siaitrinti 
(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.rfl. to be exasper- 
ated, aggravated. 
jsibriauti (-briauju,-briovau,-briausiu), 
v.rfl. to foist one's self into; to enter 
by force or un wariness; to intrude. 
jsidegtl (-gu,-giau,-gsiu), v.rfl. to begin 

to flame; to burn; to be in flames. 

Jsidemetl (-miu,-mejau,-mesiu), v. rfl. 

to memorize; [jsitemyti] to pay 

attention. 

Jsiduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v.rfl. 

to betake one's self into; to go into. 

Jsigauti (-gaunu,-gavau,-gausiu), v. rfl. 

to get into. 
Jsigilinimas, -o, sm. diving into; going 

deep into a subject. 
Jsigilinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. n. to go 
deep into; to be absorbed in a thing. 
Jsigyventi (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.rfl. to ac- 
custom one's self to his circum- 
stances; | to grow rich. 
Jsikabinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.rfl. to hook . 
one's self in; to hitch in; to lay hold 
f ; — kam \plaukus % to pull by the 
hair. 
jsiklausyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. rfl. to 
listen attentively; to hearken; to 
give heed ; to hear. 
jsikniaubti (4>iu, -biau, -bsiu), v. n. to 

bury one's face. 
{sikunijimas, -0, sm. incarnation. 
{sikunyti (-niju,-nijau,-nysiu), v. rfl. to 

be incarnate. 
{simylgti (-liu,-l6jau,-lesiu), v.rfl. to fall 

in love. 
{sirelzes,/. -ius\,prt. straining; exerting 

one's strength. 
Jsireiitl (-ziu,-ziau,-§iu), v. rfl. to exert 
one's strength; to make violent ef- 
forts. 
{siremti (-miu,-miau,-msiu), v.rfl. to set 
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{sirgti (-sergu,-sirgau,-sirgsiu), r. n. to 

fall sick; to become dangerously ill. 
jsirioglinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.rfl. (vulg.) 

to sit into; to place one's self into: 

to climb into. 
Jsiskolines,/. -nusi,2>r*. cumbered with 

debts. 
Jsiskolinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), jsiskolyti 

(-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v.rfl. to fall into 

debt; to be cumbered with debts. 
Jsiskverbti (bin, -biau, -bsiu), v. rfl. to 

enter by force or unwariness; to foist 

one's self into. 
Jslstebeilyti (-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v.rfl. to 

stare ; to gaze, 
{siiaknyti (-niju,-nijau,-nysiu), v.rfl. to 

be deep rooted. 
jsitaisyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. rfl. to 

make for one's self; to supply one's 

self with. 
Jsitemyti (-miju.-mijau.-mysiu), r. rfl. 

to impress upon one's own mind; to 

pay strict attention to. 
|siusti(-siuntu,-siutau,-siusiu), v.n. to 

become mad; to run mad; to fall in- 
to a rage. 
Jsiuti (-siuvu, -siuvau, -siusiu), v. prf. % 

jsiuvineti (-neju,-nejau,-n€siu), v. a. 

frq. to sew in; to stitch in. 
(sluvimas, -o, sm. sewing in. 
jsivaidinimas,-o,*m. imagination; fancy. 
jsivaidinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 

imagine; to fancy. 
{sivaizdinti, = Jsivaidinti. 
Jsiveisti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. rfl. to be 

procreated in great numbers; to in- 
fest; to overrun. 
Jsivyravimas, -o, sm. inveteration; in- 

veterateness. 
Jsivyruoti (-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v.rfl. 

to be inveterate or deep rooted; \jtd- 

veisti] to infest; to overrun. 
Jsiziureti (-riu, -rfijau, -resiu), v. rfl. to 

look at attentively; to habituate the 

sight to. 
(skelti (-liu,-liau,-lsiu), v.a. to split in; 

to cleave in; [ugnies] to strike. 
Jskypas,/. -pa, defin. -pasis,/. -po|i, adj. 

diagonal; sloping; slanting: oblique. 

| —pal, adv. diagonally, slopingly; 

slantingly. 
Jskripai, = Jskypai. 



1 16 Jstatymas 

Jskverbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 

shove, thrust in or into. 
Jsmeigti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.a. to thrust 

into; to drive into. 
(smigti (-mingu, -migau, -migsiu), v.n. 

to be stuck in. 
Ysnauja, -OS, sf. straight gut; rectum. 
jsodas, -o, sm. (Sautuvo) stock; (peiUo) 

handle; haft. 
Jsodinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to set or 

place in or into; [augalq] to plant 

in. 
{spauda, -o$, sf impress; impression; 

[antknygos] imprint. 
Jspausti (-spaudziu, -spaudziau, -spau- 

siu), v.a. to press in; to stamp in; to 

impress; to imprint. 
Jspeti (-peju, -pejau, -pesiu), v. a. to 

guess. 2. v.n. to keep pace with one; 

to be able to follow one. 
Jspindeti (-dziu, -dejau, -desiu), Jspjsti 

(-p^stu,-pindau,-pjsiu), v.n. to shine 

into. 
Jspirtl (-riu,-riau t -rsiu), v.a. to kick in 

or into; to give a kick. 
Jsprausti (-praudziu, -praudziu, -prau- 

siu), v.a. to thrust into; to shove in- 
to. 
}spudingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/.-goji, adj. 

impressive; impressible; tender. | 

— gai, adv. impressively. 
jspudingumas, -o, sm. impressibility. 
Jspudis, -dzio, sm. impression; sensa- 
tion. 
Jsrutys, -£io, sm. Insterburg (a city in 

Prussia). 
jstaba, -os, sf. astonishment; amaze- 
ment; wonder; surprise. 
Jstabus, /. -bi, ntr. -bu, defin. -busis, /. 

•blojl, adj. astonishing; marvelous; 

surprising; strange. | — biai, adv. 

strangely. | — bumas, sm. marvelous- 

ness; strangeness. 
{staiga, -os, sf. institution; establish- 
ment. 
Jstanga, -o%,sf. strength; power; ability; 

energy. 
Jstatas, -o, usually in tliepl.; Jstatai, -ij, 

sm. rules; law; statute; constitution. 
jstatymas, -o, sm. setting or putting in 

or into; | law; enactment; statute. 

Senas, Naujas — , The Old, the New 

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Jstotymdavfcjas,/. -|a,*. lawgiver; legisla- 
tor. 
{statymdavybd, -es, sf. legislation. 
Jstatyti (-tatau, -tafciau, -tysiu), v. a. to 

set in or into; to put in or into. 
Jsteigejas,/. -|a, a. founder ;establisher; 

/. foundress. 
Jsteigimas, -o, sm. establishment; foun- 
dation. 
|$toigti(-giu,-giau,-gsiu),t>.a. to found; 

to establish. 
jtteigto|as,/. -|a,«. = IstkigEjas. 
Istorija, -o$, tf. history; [pasaka] story; 

tale -.narrative. 
Istorikas, -o, sm. historian. 
istorilkas, /. -ka, defln. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. historic; historical. | — kai, adv. 
historically. 
jstoti (-stoju, -stojau, -stosiu), v. n. to 
step into; to enter;— \ kttoitori%, to 
get into a convent, to enter a mo- 
nastic order, 
{strigti (-tringu, -gau, -gsiu), v.n. to be 

stuck in. 
{stritas,/. -*a, defln. -iasis,/. -io|i, adj. 
sloping; slanting; oblique. | — iai, 
adv. slopingly; slantingly. | — iumas, 
sm. obliqueness; obliquity. 
|$tumti(-miu,-miau,-mfciu), v. a. to push 

into. 
Jsukti (-ku, -kau, -ksiu\ v.a. to screw 

into; | to make revolve. 
II, prep, with gen. out of; from ; of; by. 
iinotiii patyrimo, to know by expe- 
rience. AtkeUautiiS Kauno, to come 
from Kovno. 2. -, an insepar. prep. 
when prefixed to verbs it denotes a 
separation, disruption, etc., and is 
translated into English by out of, 
from, dis-y etc. 
liaiia, -OS, sf. fissure; cleft. 
liaketi (-keju,-k§jau,-kesiu), t>.a.to har- 
row out; to finish harrowing. 
I$aki|es,/. -|usi,pr*. porous. 
Ilakyti (-kiju,-kijau,-kysiu), v.n. to be- 
come porous, 
jiaias, -o, sm. frozen earth, 
lialkes,/. -kusi.pr*. hungry. 
lialkti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to be- 
come or be hungry, 
{ialti (-salu,-§alau,-lsiu), v.n. to freeze 

in. 
lianuoti (-nuoju,-navau,-nuosiu), v. a. 
to be through with one's work. 



liara, -OS, sf. ploughshare. 

liardyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

rip up; to destroy; to demolish; to 

ruin; to dissolute; to disperse; to 

scatter. 

liarti (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v.a. to plough 

out; to plough thoroughly. 
liaitrinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to sharp- 
en thoroughly. 
liauga, -os, sf. excrescence. 
liaugimas, -o, sm. growing out; excres- 
cence. 
liauginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to bring 

up; to breed up. 
ISaugStinimas, -o, sm. exaltation; eleva- 
tion. 
liaugstintas, /. -ta, defln. -tasis, /. -toil, 

prt. elevated; exalted; raised. 
ISaugStinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to ele- 
vate; to raise; to exalt; to extol. 
ISaugSto, adv. in advance; | haughtily; 

arrogantly; disdainfully. 
liaugti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to grow 
out of; to grow up; to come to full 
growth. 
ISauklejimas, -o, sm. breeding; educa- 
tion. 
ISaukleti (-l6ju, lSjau, -lesiu), v. a. to 

breed; to bring up; to educate, 
liaustas,/. A& f prt. woven. 
liausti (-audziu, -audziau, -ausiu), v.a. 

to weave; to finish weaving. 
ilaulinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to cool; 

to make cool entirely. 
liausti ([i§a'u§ti] -§tu,-§au,-§iu), v.n. to 
become cool. 2. — ( [i§au'§ti] -sta, 
-§o,-§), v. impers. to break: to dawn; 
to become light. Jau tiauSo, it is 
daylight already. 
Ilauti (-aunu, -aviau, -ausiu), v. a. to 

take off boots or shoes. 
Jiauti (-sauju, -soviau, -sausiu), v.a. to 
shoot in or into; — \cidi%, to hit the 
mark. 
Isbadeti (-dgju, -dgjau, -desiu), v. n. to 

get hungry; to starve. 
libadyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
prick out; to put out; to goad all 
over; — kam akis, to put out one's 
eyes. 
ISbaidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

scare out of; to frighten away, 
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Isbaiti (-balu, -balau, -balsiu), v. n. to 

become pale or pallid; to become 

white. 
Isbaltinti (nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 

white all over; to whitewash. 
libandyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

make trial of; to try. 
libanityti (-tiju, -tijau, -tysiu), v. a. to 

drive out or away ; to banish ; to exile. 
ISbarstytK-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v.a.(said 

of dry substances) to pour out; to 

spread or scatter all over. 
iibarti (-ru,-riau,-rsiu), v. a. to blame; 

to censure; to disapprove; to repre- 
hend; to scold. 
libaugintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to put 

in fear; to intimidate; to frighten; 

to affright. 
ISbegioti (-giojame,-giojome,-giosime), 

ISbegineti(-nejame,-nejome,-nesime), 

v. a. coll. to run or scamper away in 

different directions; to scatter. 
Isbegti (-gu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to run out 

waway; to fly away; to flee; to es- 
cape. 
ISberimas, -o, sm. eruptions on the skin; 

cutaneous eruptions. 
iiberti (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v.a. (said of 

dry substances) to pour out; to strew 

out. 2. v. impers. [sasau] to break 

out; to come out. 
ISbyreti (-ru,-rejau,-resiu), isbirti (-ru, 

-rau,-rsiu), v.n. (said of dry sttbstaji- 

ces) to pour out; to be strewn out; 

to be poured out. 
Isblyksti (-lykstu,~lyskau,-lyk§iu), v.n. 

to become pale; to turn pallid. 
Isblyskelis,/. -le, *. pale man or woman. 
i§bly§kes,/. -kusi,;>rf. pale; pallid. 
ISblySkimas, -0, sin. paleness; palidity. 
Isbresti (-brestu,-brendau,-bresiu), v.n. 

to be ripe; to bo matured. 
Isbrinkti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

swell; to bloat. 
fSbristi (bredu,-bridau,-brisiu), v.n. to 

wade or ford out of; — is ndaimes, 

to wade out of one's misfortune. 
libudinti ( -nu, -nau, -nsiu ), v. a. to awake ; 

to awaken. 
libuti (-dua'u, -buvau, -busiu), v. n. to 

stay; to remain. 
YSftiai, -ii|, sm. pi. womb; bosom. 
I&iulpti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v. a. to suck 

out; to suck up. 



"8 ISdevetf 

IJdaga, -os, V. brand; mark made by 
burning; place burnt out. 

ISdalinimas, -o,*m. distribution; dispen- 
sation; apportionment; repartition. 

iidalinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), Isdalyti (-lau f 
-liau.-lysiu), v. a. to divide; to dis- 
tribute. 

ISdarbyste, = ISdirbystE. 

Isdarlneti (neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v.frq., 
Isdaryti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 
make out. 

Isdauiytl (-zau,-ziau,-zysiu), v.afrg. to 
beat out; to knock out; to break one 
after another. 

ISdavejas,/. -ja, *. one who gives out; 
| betrayer; traitor. 

Isdavikas,/. -ke, traitor;/, traitress. 

I£davimas, -o, sin. giving out; [pinigq\ 
spending; expendingiexpense; [laik- 
raMio, etc.] publication; [itdavyste] 
treachery ; treason. 

ISdavineti (-neju,-nejau,-n6siu), v.frg., 
ISduoti(-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v.a. 
to give out; to spend; to expend; 
[laikra$tj\ topublish;| to denounce; 
to betray. 

Udavingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. treacherous; traitorous; per- 
fidious. | — gai, adv. treacherously. 
| — gumas, sm. treacherousness; trai- 
torousness; prefidiousness. 

Isdavinys, -io, sm. expense; expenditure. 

Isdavyste, -es, sf. treason; treachery. 

I$dazyti(-zau,-ziau,-zysiu),fl.<i. to absorb 
out of ; [inparvuoti] to dye all over; 
to consume the dye by dyeing. 

Isdeginti (nu,-nau,-nsiu), r. a. to burn 
out; to burn the interior part of a 
thing; [iaizdq] to cauterize. 

ISdegti (-gu,-giau,-gsiu), v.a.n. to burn 
out ; to be burnt out. 

Isdereti (-riu.-rejau,-resiu), v.a. to hag- 
gle out; to purchase (after much 
haggling); to gain by negotiation; 
to condition; to reserve. 

Isdergti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to de- 
fame to slander; to calumniate; to 
abuse. 

Isdostineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v. rfl. t 
Isdestyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v.a. to 
lay out; [tiguldineti] to explain; to 
interpret; to expound. 

Isdeveti (-viu, -vejau, -vesiu), v. a. to 
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ISdideti (-deju, -dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 
become proud, haughty; to be dis- 
dainful, arrogant. 

ISdidis, -dzio, sm. haughtiness; \ [Tat.] 
note of exclamation [!J. 

lididumas, -o, sm. magnificence; pomp; 
haughtiness; arrogance; disdainful- 



ligale 



lididus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzio|i, adj. 
magnificent; grand; haughty; arro- 
gant; disdainful. | — dziai, adv. mag- 
nificently; haughtily; disdainfully. 

Ildygti(-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to shoot 
up; to spring out; to pullulate. 

Ildykauti (kauju,-kavau,-kausiu), v.n. 
to be in waggery or wantonness; to 
frolic; to play wild pranks. 

ISdykelis,/. -le, s. wild or wanton fel- 
low; waggish one. 

ISdykes,/. -ku$\,prt. frolicsome; wan- 
ton; waggish; wild. 

Ildykti (-kstu, kau, -ksiu), v. n. to be- 
come wanton or waggish; to become 
wild. 

ISdykumas, -o, sm. waggishness ; wanton- 
ness. 

ISdildyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
erase; to obliterate; to rub out; to 
efface. 

ISdilti (-djlu, -dilau.-dilsiu), v. n. to be 
obliterated; to be effaced of erased; 
to vanish; to disappear. 

lidirbejas,/. -|a, s. manufacturer; pro- 
ducer; maker. 

Ildirbimas, -0, sm. making; manufac- 
turing; producing; elaboration; [ie- 
mes] cultivation; tillage. 

ISdirbineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v.frq., 
lidirbti (-bu,-bau,-bsiu), v.a. to make; 
to manufacture; to produce; to ela- 
borate; [ieme] to cultivate; to till; 
[kailius] to dress. 

lidirbinys, -io, sm. handiwork; product. 

Ildirbyste,-es,#/. manufacture ;product. 

lidirbtas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i,^r*. 
manufactured; well made; well 
wrought; finished. Isdirbta ieme, 
well cultivated ground. 

lidirbti, set IsdirbinEti. 

ISdriekti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
stretch; to spread; to extend. 

lidriksti (-drysku,-driskau,-driksiu), v. 
n. to be torn out. 



ISdrykti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to be 
stretched or extended. 

ISdubti (-dumbu,-dubau,-dubsiu), v. n. 
to sag; to fall in; to cave in. 

Isdukra, -os, sf. adopted daughter. 

Isdulketi (keju, -kejau, -kesiu), ISdulktf 
(-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v.n. to be dusted 
out; fig. colloq. to run away; to fly 
away. 

ISduikinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to dust 
out; to shake off the dust; to free 
from dust. 

ISduobti (-biu,-biau,-bsiu), v. a. to hol- 
low; to excavate; to make concave. 

ISduoti, see IsdavinEti. 

Isdurti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v. a. to prick 
out; to put out. 

Isdziovintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to dry 
up; [pelkes, balas] to drain. 

Isdziuti (-dziustu,-dziuvau,-dziusiu), v. 
n. to dry up; to be dried ; to bo drain- 
ed. 

Isedos, -ij, sf. pi. leavings {of some food). 

lieiga, -os, sf. going out; exit; door; 
outgoing; | expense; [pasekme] re- 
sult; consequence. 

ISeiginis,/. -ne, adj. of going out; | pa- 
rade; festal. ISeiginiai rubai, holi- 
day apparel. 

Iseikvojimas, -o, sm. wasting; squan- 
dering. 

Iseikvoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v.a. to 
waste away; to squander; to dissi- 
pate. 

iseiti (-einu, -ejau, -eisiu), v. n. to go 
out; to walk out; to get out; to step 
out. Iseiti ui vyro, to marry one. 
Iseiti U papratimv, to grow out of a 
habit. 

IJeivys,/. -ve, *. emigrant. 

Iseivyste, -es, sf. emigration. 

Isejimas, -o, sm. going out; exit; way 
out ; outlet ; issue ; passage ; outgoi ng. 

ISejunas,/. -ne, *. emigrant. 

ISemimas, -0,«w. taking out; | excep- 
tion; exclusion. 

Isgaisti (-stu,-sau,-siu), v. n. to perish; 
to die (said of animals). 

ISgaiasti (-landu, -landau, -lasiu), v.a, to 
sharpen; to make sharp. 

Isgale, -es, sf. strength ; faculty. Pagal 
isgale, as far as possible; | result; 
consequence; | detail; particulars; 



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particularity. 8u isgalemis apie kq 
nors pasakoti % to narrate a thing 
with details. 

Isgalejimas, -o, sm. strength; faculty. 
PagaltigaUjjimq, as much or as far 
as possible. 

ISgaleti (-liu, -lSjau, -lesiu), v. n. to be 
able; can. 

ligama, -08, smf. degenerate; fig. vil- 
lain; wicked person. 

liganymas, -o, sm. salvation. 

liganingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. salutary. | — gal, adv. salutarily. 
| — gumas, sm. salutariness. 

liganytas,/. -la, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, prt. 
saved. 

liganyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
save; to bring to salvation; | [nu- 
peneti] to fatten; to make fat; — pie- 
vq, to waste a meadow by pasturing 
upon it. 

ISganytinas,/. -na, prt. salutary. 

Ilganytolas, /. -)a, s. saver; deliverer; 
preserver; savior. 

ligaravimas, -o, sm. evaporation; exha- 
lation. 

iSgaruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v.n. 
to evaporate. 

ligasftuoti (-Siuoju, -ciavau, -ciuosiu), 
v n. to be afraid; to take fright. 

ISgasdinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to put 
in fear; to strike with fear. 

ligastautl, = ISoasciuoTi. 

ISgastingas, /. -ga, defin. -gas is,/, -goji, 
adj. frightful; terrible; horrible. | 
— gai, adv. frightfully. | —gumas, sm. 
fright fulness. 

ligastis, -Sio, sm. fright; terror. 

ligauti (-gaunu,-gavau,-gausiu), v. a. to 
get; to gain; to draw a thing from 
one. 

Isgaveti (-viu, -vejau, -vesiu), v. a. to 
have kept a fast; to fast through. 

ligelbejimas, -o, sm. redemption: deliv- 
erance; release. 

ISgelbeti (-beju, -bejau, -besiu), v.n. to 
free; to redeem; to deliver. 

lsgelbetojas,/.-ja,#. redeemer; deliverer. 

ISgerti (-riu,-ggriau,-rsiu), v. a. to drink 
out; to drink up; — kiavMni % to 
suck up an egg. 

ligesti (-stu,-sau,-siu), v.n. to be extin- 
guished; to go out. 2.— (-gendu,-ge- 



120 ligverti 

dau, -gesiu), v.n. to be spoiled or 
corrupted. 

ligydymas, -0, sm. curing; healing. 

ligydyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
cure; to heal. 

Isgiedoti(-du,'-dojau, -dosiu), v. a. to 
sing to the end. 

Isgi|imas, -o, sm. recovering: recovery. 

Isginti (-genu, -giniau, -ginsiu), v.a. to 
drive out or away; to expel. 

ligyrimas, -o, sm. praising; praise; com- 
mendation. 

ligirsti (-rstu,-rdau,-rsiu), v.a. to hear; 
to have heard. 

ligirti (-riu, -riau,-rsiu), v.a. to praise; 
to commend; to vaunt. 

Ilgyti (-gyu, -gijau f -gysiu), v n. to re- 
cover one's health; to get well. 

ligyventi (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.n to live 
(to a certain time). Kaime iigyvenau 
du metu, I lived in a village two 
years. 

liglebelis,/. -Ift, «. weakling; fig. fool; 
nincompoop. 

liglebti (-glembu,-glebau,-glebsiu), v. 
n. to become weak; to be foolish. 

I&gniauzytf (-zau,-ziau,-zysiu), v.a. frq. 
to knead well; to rumple; to crumple; 
to express; to extract. 

ligrandyti (-dau, -dziau. -dysiu), v. a. to 
scrape out; to scratch out; to erase. 

ISgrezti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v. a. to bore 
out; to perforate; to drill out. 

ligriauzti (ziu, -ziau, -Siu), v.a. to gnaw 
out; to make a hole by gnawing or 
nibbling ;./!#. to drive one away by 
making much trouble for him. I*- 
griauitau! a fig for you. 

liguldymas, -o, sm. expounding; expla- 
nation; interpretation; translation. 

liguldineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v .frq., 
Isguidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
lay open; to expound; to explain; to 
interpret; to translate. 

Isguleti (-liu, -lejau, -16siu), v. n. to lie 
out; to lie too long. | v. a., — pietq, 
javus, tq spoil or demolish grass or 
crop by lying upon. 

ligulti (-lu, -lau, -lsiu), v. n. to lie out; 
to lodge; to fall flat; to be laid or 
lodged (said of standing corn. 

ligverti (-rstu, -rau, -rsiu), v. n. to be 
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Isilgai 

Isilgai, adv. alength: lengthily; length- 
wise; in length; along. 
ISilginis,/. -ne, adj. oblong; having an 

oblong form; made lengthwise. 
Isilgis, -io, sm. length. ISilyiu, in length; 

lengihwise. 
Isimti (-imu, -Smiau, -imsiu), v. a. to 

take out of; to draw or pull out of; 

— kulkq i# iaizdos, to extract a ball. 
liimtinas, /. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -noji, 

adj. exclusive; exceptional; excep- 
tive. | — nai, adv. exclusively; excep- 
tionally. 
liimtine, -es, sf. exception; allowance; 

immunity; exemption. 
ISimtinis,/. -ne, adj. exceptional. 
Jiirdyti (diju, -dijau, -dysiu^ v. a. to 

make mad; to put into a passion. 
Jllrsti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v.n. to get mad; 

to fly into a passion. 
jsirdus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzioji, adj. 

irascible; passionate. | — dumas, sm. 

irascibility. | — dziai, adv. irascibly. 
ISireiis,/. -ie, s. absent-minded one. 
ISirimas, -0, sin. dissolution; dispersion; 

dissipation. 
IJirti (-[ru, -irau, -irsiu), v.n. to rip; to 

disperse; to go to pieces; to break 

up; to dissolve. 
ISjieSkoiimas,-o,#?». searching; research; 

[mokesci%] collection. 
ISjieskoti (kau, -kojau, -kosiu), v. a. to 

search out; to find out; [mokesHus % 

skolq] to collect. 
ISjoda, ~OS,*rnf. whoremaster: wencher; 

| whore; strumpet; harlot. 
lsJodineii(-neju t -nejau,-nesiu), v. a. to 

express by riding a horse upon; — 

arkl\ y to exercise a horse. 
Isjotl (-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v. n. to ride 

out; to go away on horseback. 
lijudinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a to put or 

bring into motion; to agitate; to 

move. 
lifungti (giu,-giau,-gsiu), v. a. to loose 

from the yoke; to unyoke. 
Iljuokimas, -o, sm. derision; raillery. 
ISJuokti (kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to laugh 

at one; to mock; to deride; to turn 

into ridicule. 
Isjuosti (-siu,-siau,-siu), v.a. to ungird. 

to loose a girdle from. 
ISkaba, -os, sf. sign board; sign. 



121 Iskelkti 

Iskabinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to hang 
out. 

Iskada, -OS, */. loss; damage; disadvan- 
tage; detriment; harm; hurt; injury. 

ISkaiia, -os, sf. sign. = Iskaba. 

Iskala, = Mokykla. 

ISkalba, -08, sf. elocution; eloquence. 

i£kalbetf(-bu, bejau.-besiu), v.a. to pro- 
nounce; to utter; to speak to the end. 

Iskalbingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. eloquent. | — gai, adv. eloquent- 
ly. = Iskalbus. 

iSkalbumas,*-o, sm. eloquence; faculty 
of elocution. 

ISkalbus,/. -bi, defin. -busis,/. -bloji, adj. 
eloquent; elocutive. | — bial, adv. elo- 
quently. 

Iskalno, adv. in advance. 

Iskalti (-lu,-liau,-lsiu), v.a. to hammer 
out; to cut out; to hew out; — lita- 
ras ant akmens, to engrave an in- 
scription on a stone. 

Iskapoti (-poju, -pojau, -posiu), v. a. to 
hew out; to cut all over; to exca- 
vate; to hollow; [snapu] to peck 
out. 

Iskarifs,/. -susi, prt. decrepit; weak- 
minded from age. 

Iskarsti (-siu,-siau,-Siu), v. a. to hatch- 
el all; to finish hatcheling; fig. — 
kam klynq, to flog one. 2. — (-5tu, 
-sau,-siu), to become decrepit; to be 
weakened by age. 

ISkasimas, -o, sm. digging out; excava- 
tion; [lavono] disinterring: exhuma- 
tion. 

Iskasynos, -q, */. pi. disinterment; ex 
humation; | fossil. 

Ukasti (-su,-siau,-siu), v.a. todigoutor 
up; to excavate; [lavonq, grabq] to 
untomb; to disinter; to exhume; to 
unearth. 

Iskastl (-kandu, -kandau, -kasiu), v. a. 
to bite out. 

ISkaulyti (-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v. a. {col- 
log.) to beg out. 

ISkedentas,/. -ta,pr*. disheveled. 

ISkedenti (-nu t -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to di- 
shevel; — plaukus, to spread the hair 
loosely; to dishevel one's hair. 

ISkeikimas, -0, sm. execration; excom- 
munication; anathema. 

ISkeikti(-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. toanath- 



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ematize; to excommunicate; to ex- 
ecrate. 

ISkekiinis,/. -ne, s. (low) illegal child. 

ISkeliauti (-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu), v.n. 
to set out ; to go away; to depart; to 
emigrate. 

Iskelimas, -o, sm. elevation; raising. 

Iskelis, -lo, sm. by-way; by-road. 

likelti (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v.a. to heave; 
to lift; to raise out of. 

liken&iamas,/. -ma,prt. tolerable; en- 
durable; bearable. 

ISkenteti (-kenciu,-kentejau,-t€siu), r. 
a. to suffer through; to bear out. 

likepti (-pu,-piau,-psiu), v.a.n. to bake; 
[mesq] to roast. 

ISkesti (-ken6iu,-kenciau,-kesiu), v. a. 
to bear out; to hold out; to suffer; 
to endure through. 

Ilkila, -os,«/., ISkiiimas, -o, sm. rising 
ground; elevation; eminence; hill; 
rise. 

Iskilme, <es, sf. feast; festival; celebra- 
tion; solemnity. 

ISkilmingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. solemn; festive; triumphal. | 
—gal, adv. solemnly. 

ISkiimingumas, -o, sm. solemnness; so- 
lemnity. 

Iskilti (-k[lu,-kilau,-kilsiu), v.n. to rise; 
to be elated. 

Iskilus, /. -II, defin. -lusis, /. -liofi, adj. 
elevate; exalted; sublime. 

Ilkirstl(-kertu,-kirtau,-kirsiu), v. a. to 
hew out; to cut out; — kam ttukq, 
to play one a trick. 

Isklausinejimas, -o, sm. questioning; in- 
terrogation; examination by ques- 
tions. 

ISklausineli (-nSju.-nSjau,-nesiu), v. a, 
frq. to question one after another; 
to interrogate; to examine by put- 
ting questions; — Uudininhus, to in- 
terrogate witnesses. 

liklausyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. a. to 
hear to the end ; — keno prafymq, to 
lend an ear to one's prayers; to 
grant. 

Ilklausti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. to find 
out by inquiry; to get the necessary 
tidings or facts by plying questions; 
— nuo kopatlapti, to pump a secret 
out of one. 



lilalda 



liklibintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to shake 

loose. 
ISklysti (-klystu,-klydau,-kly§iu), v. n. 

to lose one's way; to get out of the 

right way; to go astray. 
lskliuti(-kliU;Vu,-k]iuvaii,-kliusiu),f>.n., 

— ii keno nag^ to rid one's self from 
another's hands ;to get free ;to escape. 

ISknaisineti ( -nej u, -n6 jau, -ngsiu ), Isknai- 
sioti (-sioju,-siojau,-siosiu). Isknaisyti 
(-sau, -siau, -sysiu), vfrq. , Uknisti (su, 
(-sau, -siu), v.a.n. to root out; to dig 
out; to turn up with the snout. 

likopti (-piu,-piau,-psiu) f v.n. to climb 
out. 

ISkoseti (-sfiju or -siu, -sSjau, -sesiu), v. 
a. to bring up by coughing; to ex- 
pectorate. 

likoiti (-§iu, -Siau, -Siu), v. a. to strain 
out; to filter through. 

Iskraipyti (-pau, -piau, -pysiu), v. a. to 
turn in different ways; to turn about; 

— keno iodiius, to wrest or pervert 
one's saying. 

Iskrapstyti (-§tau,-§ciau,-Stysiu), v. a. to 
scratch out; to erase; to rub out; to 
obliterate; fig. to dislodge one; to 
drive out. 

ISkratyti (-tau, -fciau, -tysiu), v. frq., li- 
kresti (-kreciu,-kr€ciau,-kresiu), v.a. 
to shake out of; [isjietkoti] to rum- 
mage all over; to search out. 

ISkreipti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to 
curve; to crook; to turn; to avert; to 
pervert. 

Iskrlkdytl (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
disperse; to scatter; to dissipate. 

Iskrikti (-krinku,-krikau,-ksiu), v.n. to 
disperse; to dissipate. 

ISkrypImas, -o, sm. deviation. 

Iskrypti (-pstu, -pau, -psiu), v.n. to turn 
aside; to deviate; — is tiesos kelio, to 
deviate from a true course. 

likristi (-krintu,-kritau,-krisiu), v.n. to 
fall out; to drop out. 

Iskulti (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v. a. to thrash 
out; to be through with thrashing. 

likuopti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v.a. to clean 
out; to cleanse. 

Isiaida, -OS, */. [skyle] outlet; [pinigy] 
outlay; expense; expenditure; [ga- 
nykla] pasture ground; [kraUaA 
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lUaMiMias, -o, sm. wastefulness; lavish- 

ness; prodigality. 
lilaidunas,/. -ne, s. squanderer. 
lilaldus,/. -d\,defin. -dusis,/. -dzioii f a^'. 

wasteful; lavish; prodigal; profuse. 

| — dziai, adv. wasteful ly; lavishly. 
lilaikyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 

hold out; to keep out; to bear out; 

to endure; to outstand. 
lilaistyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v.a.frg. 

to pour out (forth); to shed; to spill; 

| to plaster; — sitnas, to plaster 

walls. 
Iftiaisvinlmas, -o, sm. liberation; release- 

ment; rescue; deliverance. 
Illaisvinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to free; 

to release; to rescue. 
lUaisvintoJas,/. «|a,«. liberator; deliver- 
er. 
I§lai±yti (-zau,-iiau,-zysiu), v. a. to lick 

out; to empty by licking. 
lilakioti (-kioju, -kiojau, -kiosiu), v.n. 

to run in different parts; to disperse; 

to scatter; to dissipate. 
Illakti (-ku,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to lap all; 

to lap out. 
ISJankstyti(-stau,-sciau, -stysiu), v. frq. , 

lilenkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 

curve; to bend out; to bend in dif- 
ferent ways. 
lilankinis,/. -n*,adj. external; exterior; 

outward; outer. 
Mania, -OS, '/. breaking out; breach; 

lilauzyti (-iau, -iiau, -iysiu), v. frq., li- 
laniti (-ziu, -ziau, -Siu), v.a. to break 
out; to breach; — duris, to break 
open the door. 

Wavinimas, -o,sm. training; exercising; 
education. 

ISIavinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to train; 
to exercise; to teach; to educate; to 
improve. 

Isleidejas, /. -Ja, «. one who lets out; 
[ pinigy] spender; [ra$t%\ publisher. 

lileidimas, 0, sm. letting out; [pinigi- 
Skas] expenditure; expense; [raiti- 
flcas] publication; issue; edition. 

lileidineU (-neju.-nejau.-nesiu), v. frq., 
Isleisti (-leidziu,-leidau,-leisiu), v. a. 
to let out ; to let loose. Isleisti U ha- 
lejimo, to let a prisoner loose; to re- 
lease a prisoner; — ut vyro, to give 



Ismaliyti 

in marriage; to bestow upon one; | 
to spend ; to expend. lileisti dang pi- 
nigy, to spend much money; \ to is- 
sue; to put forth ; to publish ; — laik- 
rctfitj, to publish a newspaper; —kny- 
gq, to issue a book. 

UlelstOJaS, = I§LKIDfijA8. 

lileistuve, -is, sf. office of publication. 

ISIeistuves, -iij, sf pi. parting feast; fare- 
well banquet. 

fllekdinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 
one run away ; fig. to blow up. 

lilengvo, adv. easy; easily; slowly; 
slightly; gently. 

lilenkti, see Islankstyti 

ISIepelis,/. -le, s. tenderling; weakling; 
an effeminate man or woman; milk- 
sop; namby-pamby. 

ISIeplmas, -o, sm. effeminacy. 

Islepinimas, -o, sm. effeminating; spoil- 
ing by indulgence. 

ISIeplnti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to effemi- 
nate; to spoil by indulgence. 

IJIieti (-lieju, -liejau, -liesiu), v.a. to 
pour out; to spill, to shed; (fig.) — 
ant ko visq %uh\, to vent one's anger 
(or spleen) upon one; to give one's 
passion vent. 

IsliezJs, -lo, sm. cleft; fissure. 

ISIyga, -os, sf. condition; stipulation; | 
proviso; clause; covenant. 

Islyginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to even; 
to make even; to level; to smooth. 

Iilygtl(-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v.a. to bargain 
out; to gain by negotiation. 

Illipti (-pu, -pau, -psiu), v. n. to climb 
out; tos.tep.out; to get out of ; to 
emerge. 

liljsti (-lendu, -lindau, -Ijsiu), v. n. to 
creep or crawl out of; to creep out 
from under. 

ISIizIs, -lo, sm. cleft; chink; crevice. 

lilosa, -os, sf. gain; winning; prize. 

Isiolti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. to win at 
play; to gain. 

Isiuptakis, /. -ke, *. goggle-eyed one; 
goggler. • 

I smaina, -os, */. exchange; truck; bar- 
ter. 

timainyti (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v.a to ex- 
change; to truck; to swap. 

ISmaisyti (-§au,-siau,-Sysiu), v.a. to mix 
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ls"maitintl(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to nour- 
ish; to rear; to bring up; to feed; to 
support. 

ISmalda, -os, sf. alms. 

ISmaldauti (-dauju,-davau,-dausiu), v. 
a. to ask alms; to beg. 

ISmaldininkas,/. -ke, #. beggar. 

ISmanymas, -o, sm. understanding. 

ISmaningas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. sensible; prudent; wise; skill- 
ful. | — gai, adv. sensibly; wisely. 

ISmaningumas, -o, sm. sensibleness; rea- 
sonableness. 

ISmanyti (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v.a. to un- 
derstand; to conceive; to compre- 
hend. 

ISmanumas, -o, sm. quickness of appre- 
hension; acuteness; intelligence. 

ISmanus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -n\o\i,ddj. 
quick of apprehension; intelligent; 
sensible; wise; prudent; rational. 

ISmata, -os, sf. outcast; castaway; ref- 
use; trash; rubbish. 

ISmatis, -Sio, sm. dimension; measure; 
extent; size. 

ISmatuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v.a. 
to measure. 

ISmaiens, adv. from one's childhood. 

ISmeginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 
trial; to try; to take on probation. 

ISmeiuoti (-luoju, -lavau, -luosiu), v.a. 
to obtain a thing by a lie. 

ISmerginis,/. -ne, 8. illegal child. 

ISmesti (-metu,-meciau,-mesiu), v.prf., 
ISmetyti (-metau,-meeiau,-me"tysiu), 
v.frq. to throw out; to cast out; to 
expurgate. Ismesti kq pro duris, to 
turn one out of doors; — pro langq, 
to throw out of the window. Ismetyti 
[= %Seiktoti\ saw turtq, to squander 
one's fortune. 

I5metineti(-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v.a.frq 
to throw out; fig. to reproach; to up- 
braid; toexprobrate; to taunt; — kam' 
ui nelabq pasielgimq, to upbraid one 
Jor his unfair conduct. 

ISmlegoti (-gu, -gojau, -gosiu), v. n. to 
sleep enough; to get one's sleop out. 

ISmieruoti, = Ismatuoti. 

ISmindyti (-dau, -d/.iau, -dysiu), ISmin- 
dzioti (-dzioju, -d/.iojau, -dziosiu), v. 
frq. y ISminti (-nu,-niau,-nsiu), v.a. to 
press out by treading upon; to tread ; 



llmokti 

to trample. ISminti linus, to be 
through with breaking flax. 

ISminkyti ( kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
knead up. 

ISmintingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. sensible; judicious; reasonable; 
rational; intelligent; prudent. | —gai, 
adv. sensible; judiciously; reason- 
ably. 

ISmintingumas, -o, sm. reasonableness; 
sensibleness; prudence. 

ISmintis, -ies, sf understanding; judge- 
ment; reason; [protas] mind; intel- 
ligence; wisdom. 

ISmirkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
soften by soaking or steeping; to 
soak ; to steep. 

JSmirkSti (-rk§6iu,-rk§£iau,-rk§iu), v.a. 
to squirt into; (med ) to inject. 

ISmirkti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to be 
soaked; to become soft by soaking. 

ISmirti (-rstame,-reme,-rsime), v.n.coll. 
to die one after another; to be all 
dead. 

ISmisias, -o, sm. device; contrivance; 
invention; | fiction; untruth; false 
rumor; lie. 

ISmislineti (-neju,-n?jau,-nesiu), limis- 
lioti (-lioju,-liojau,-liosiu),»./rg., I§- 
mislyti (-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v.a. to ex- 
cogitate; to devise; to contrive; to 
invent; — ant ko nebutus daigtus, to 
tell stories about one; to belie one. 

ISmislumas, -o, sm. inventiveness; ingen- 
uousness; ingenuity. 

Ismislus,/. -II, defin. -lusis,/. -Ho|i, adj. 
inventive; ingenious; full of devices 
or contrivances. 

ISmisti (-mintu,-mitau,-misiu), v. n. to 
sustain or maintain one's self; to 
live upon. 

ISmokejimas, -o, sm. paying; payment. 

ISmokestis, -5io, sm. paying out; pay- 
ment. Daigtns ant ismokestio pirkti, 
to buy on easy payments. 

ISmoketi (-ku, -kejau, -kesiu), v. a. to 
pay all; to pay out; to pay up; — 
skolas, to pay up one's debts. 

ISmokinti (-nu, -nan, -nsiu), ISmokytl 
(-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to teach; to 
train up. 

ISmokti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. a. n. to 
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ish learning; to obtain experience 
(in anything). 

limukti (munku,-mukau,-muksiu), v. 
n. to slip or slide out; (colloq.) to 
slip away ; to escape. 

Ismusineti (-n6ju,-ngjau,-nesiu), v.frq., 
IsmuSti (-§u, -siau, -siu), v. a. to beat 
out; to knock out ; to strike put. Laik- 
rodis Umu4e dvyliktq, the clock 
struck twelve. Ismusti kam dunti*, 
to knockout one's teeth; | (—kuo) 
to line a thing ; lentomu, to board; 
— popieromis, to paper; — divonais, 
to hang with tapestry. 

ISnaikinimas, -o, sm extirpation; exter- 
mination ; annihilation ; destruction. 

linaikinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to de- 
stroy; to annihilate; to extirpate; to 
exterminate; to root out; to abolish. 

linakdiai, -hj, sm. pi early morning; 
very early. 

linara, -os, */. slough; cast skin. 

ISnarinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), lsnerii(-neriu, 
-n6riau,-nersiu), v. a., Isnarstyti(-slau, 
-stiau, -stysiu), v.frq. [Ukilpos] to 

, take out of a noose; [sqnarf] to lux- 
ate; to dislocate; to disjoin. ISnerti, v. 
n. [is vandens] to dive out; to rise 
out of the water; to emerge. 

Itnarsai, -q, sm. pi spawn. 

Isnasa, -OS, sf. margin; marginal an- 
notation; [puslapio apatioje] foot 
note. 

linaius,/ -si, defin. -Susis,/. -Sioji, adj. 
persevering; steadfast; constant; 
[vaisingas] productive. | — Siai, adv. 
perse veringly; productively. | — Ju- 
mas, -0, sm. perseverance; [vauingu- 
mas] productiveness. 

linaudojimas, -0, sm. drawing of profits; 
exploitation. 

iinaudoti (-doju,-dojau,-dosiu), v. a. to 
extract profits; to exploit. 

linaudotojas, /. -|a, s. one who draws 
profits; exploiter. 

Itnerti, see Isn\rihti. 

linesioti (-§ioju,-siojau,-§iosiu), v.ajrq. 
to carry out or away ; to carry in di f- 
ferent ways; [tfdeceti] to wear out. 

ISneiti (-§u,-§iau,-siu), v. a. to carry out 
or away; to bear away; [siekti] v.n. 
to reach; to amount to. 

Isnetyfciu, adv . unawares; unexpectedly. 



IspildytJ 



l§nykti(-kstu,-kau,-ksiu),ivtt. to vanish* 
to disappear. 

ISnokinti (-nu,-nau,-kinsiu), v. a. to rip- 
en: to mature. 

ISnokti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to ripen; 
to grow ripe; to be matured. 

Isnovyti (-viju, -vijau, -vysiu), v. a. to 
extirpate; to kill; to murder; to 
massacre. 

Ispainioti (-nioju,-niojau,-niosiu), v. a. 
to extricate; to disentangle; to dis- 
engage. 

l$pandioti(-cioju,-Eiojau,-£iosiu), v. a. to 
take off the shackles; to unfetter. 

ISpardavejas, /. -ja, s. seller; vender; 
peddler. 

ISpardavimas, -0, sm. selling out; sale. 

ISpardavineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq. t Isparduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duo- 
siu), v.a. to sell out. 

ISpasakoti (-koju, -kojau, -kosiu), v. a. 
to tell all; to relate all particulars; 
to give a circumstantial account; 
to give minute details;^, to blab 
out; to tell abroad. 

ISpasoginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to por- 
tion; to endow. 

Ispazinimas, -0, sm. confession; avowal; 
acknowledgement. 

IJpaiinti(-z[stti,-zinau,-z[siu), v.a. to a- 
vow; to acknowledge; to confess. 

ISpaiintis, -ies, sf. confession. 

ISpaiintojas,/. -|a, s. confessor. 

ISpeneti (-niu, -nejau, -nesfu), v. a. to 
nourish; to feed; to fatten. 

ISpera, -OS, smf. one of a brood; off- 
spring. 

Isperas, -0, sm. brood; hatch. 

I§pereti(-riu,-rejau,-resiu),t?.a. to hatch; 
to brood. 

ISperti (-periu,-periau,-persiu), v. a. to 
bathe one with the aid of brush- 
wood;^. — kam k(iil{, to whip one. 

ISpiaustineti (neju, -nejau, -nesiu), IS- 
piaustyti (-stau,-s£iau, -stysiu), v.frq., 
Ispiauti (-piauju, -pioviau, -piausiu), 
v.a. to cut out; to carve; to engrave; 
[Ispiauti = Hskernti] to slaughter 
all; to butcher all; to massacre. 

ISpildyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
fulfill; to perform; to accomplish; 
to execute; — pi'iiad^imns^ to ful- 
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ISpiIti (-pilu, -pyliau, -pilsiu), v. a. to 
pour out: to strew out. 

Ispinti (-nu, -niau, -nsiu), v. a. to plait 
all over; [atpinti] to unplait; to un- 
twist. 

Ilpirkas, -o, sm. ransom. 

Ilpirkejas,/. -|a, s. redeemer. 

lipirkimas, -o, sm. buying off or out; | 
redeeming; redemption. 

ISpirkti (-perku,-pirkau,-pirksiu), v. a. 
to buy out or off; to ransom; to re- 
deem. 

ISplakti (-ku,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to whip; 
to scourge; to lash; to flagellate; to 
flog; — dalgi, to beat out a scythe; 
to make thin the edge of a scythe 
by beating with the hammer. 

liplatinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to wid 
en; to extend; to expand; to spread. 

ISplaukimas, -o, sm. flowing out; swim- 
ming out; sailing out; putting out 
to sea. 

liplaukti (-kiu,-kiai),-ksiu), v.n. to flow 
out; to flow from; to swim out; to 
emerge from the water; — is uosto, 
to sail out of port. 

liplauti (-plauju,ploviau,-plausiu), v. 
a. to rinse; to wash out. 

Isplesti (-ple£iu,-ple£iau,-plesiu), v. a. 
to spread ; to extend ; — akis, to open 
one's eyes wide at; to stare at one; 
— sparnus, rankas, to stretch the 
wings or arms. 

lipleia, -os, sf. booty; spoil; prey. 

Ispl&ti (-§iu,-§iau, Mu), v. a. to pluck 
out or up; to pull out; to tear out; 
to snatch; to wrench; to wrest; to 
wring out of (from); [isvogti] to rob; 
to plunder; to pillage. 

ISpletoti (-toju, -tojau, -tosiu), v. a. to 
spread; to extend. 

I§pliekti(-kiu,kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to maul; 
to cudgel; [tieliaiq] to unfurl; to 
unfold. 

Ilplikyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
scald; to clean by scalding. 

ISploti (-ploju.-plojau.-plosiu), v. a. to 
make thin (by beating or pressing); 
to flatten; to compress. 

ISplovos, -i|, sf. pi. rinsings. 

Ilplukdyti (dau, dziau,-dysiu), v.a. to 
make swim; to bathe. 

ISpruses,/. -susi, prt. spruce; fair-com- 
plexioncd. 



lirauti 

ISprusti (-stu, -sau, -siu), v. n. to be 
spruce; to be fair-complexioned. 

ISpudyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
make rot the inward parts; to pu- 
trefy. 

ISpukstyti (-§tau,-§ciau,-§tysiu), v.af^q. 
to blow asunder; to overblow. 

ISpulyti (-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v.n. to sup- 
purate; to fester out. 

ISpulti( puolu, -puoliau, -pulsiu), v. n. 
to fall out of. 

Ispuolti (-siu,-§iau,-siu), v.a. to adorn; 
to deck; to decorate. 

ISpursti (-rstu,-rtau,-rsiu), v.n. to bloat; 
to become turgid. 

ISpurtes,/. 4ui\, prt. bloated; turgid. 

Ilpustakis,/. -ke, s. goggle-eyed one. 

Ispusti ( [ispusti] -puciu, -puciau, -pil- 
siu), v. a. to blow out or away; to 
fetch out by blowing. 2. — ( [iSpus- 
ti] -puntu, -putau, -pusiu), v. n. to 
bloat up; to swell up; to tumefy. 

ISputi (-puvu, -puvau, -pusiu), v. n. to 
rot out; to putrefy. 

liradejas,/. -|a, *. inventor. 

Isradimat, -0, sm. inventing; finding 
out; invention. 

Israizgyti (gau, giau,-gysiu), v.a. to dis- 
entangle; to disembroil. 

liraizyti (-zau,-ziau,-zysiu), v.a. to cut 
out; to carve; to score. 

ISrankioti (-kioju,-kiojau,-kiosiu), v. a. 
frq. to pick out. 

ISrankius, -iaus, sm. choice; assortment; 
selection. 

Israsti (randu, -radau, -rasiu), v. a. to 
find out; to invent. 

ISrasas, -o, sm. written extract; ex- 
tract from a book ; abstract. 

Is>asineti (-neju,-n6jau,-nesiu), v. frq., 
ISrasyti (-sau, -Siau, -sysiu), v. a. to 
write out of ; to copy ; to extract from 
a book; to write all over; to consume 
materials by writing; (fig.)israsyti 
kam nugarq, kailf, to score one's 
back. 

ISrausti (-siu,-siau,-siu) t v.a. todigout; 
to dig up. 2. — (-raustu, -raudau, 
-rausiu), v.n. to become red; to 
blush; to redden. 

ISrauti (-rauju,-roviau, -rausiu), v.a. to 
pluck out or up; to pull out of; to 
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Israveti 



liraveti (-vgju, -v6jau,-veaiu), v. a. to 
weed; to clean from weeds. 

liredyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v a. to 
uudress; [ispuosti] to embellish; to 
decorate. 

lireikiti (-reiskiu,-rei§kiau,-reik8iu), v. 
a. to express; to utter; to declare; 
to say. 

lirekti (kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. n. to cry 
out; to be able to cry loudly. | v. a . 
[= tibarti] to scold; to chide; to re- 
buke. 

lirezyti (-zau,-ziau,-zysiu), vjrq., Ilrezti 
(-ziu,-ziau,-siu), v. a. to cut out; to 
carve; to engrave. 

Ilriedeti (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 
hatch; | to roll away or out. 

Isrinkimas, -o, sm. picking out; choos- 
ing; electing: selecting; election. 

lirinktas,/. -UL,defin. -taste,/, -toji, prt. 
elected; chosen. 

lirinkti (-renku,-rinkau,-rinksiu), v. a. 
to choose; to select; to elect. 

Ilrinktinis,/. -nM- the chosen one; dep- 
uty; delegate. 

lirilimas,-o,*m. unbinding; loosening; 
[utdavinio, klavstmo] solution; \i$ 
nuodimiy] absolution; remission. 

lirilti (-§u,-sau,-siu), v. a. to untie; to 
unbind; to loosen; [klausimq, ui- 
duotf] to solve, to answer (a question 
or problem); — gintus, to settle a 
dispu te; — ii nuodemi% f to absolve ; 
to remit the sins. 

liroda, -OS, sf. exposition; external 
show; appearance. 

lirodymas, -o, sm. demonstration ; state- 
ment; proof. 

lirodineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v frg. f 
lirodyti ( -dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
show off; to exhibit; to point out; to 
prove, lirodyti, v. impers. to seem; to 
appear. Man iSrodo (= rodos\ it 
seems to me. 

lirokavimas, -o, sm. enumeration; cal- 
culation. 

lirokuoti ( kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. a. 
to calculate; to enumerate; to reck- 
on ; to figure out. 

liromyti (miju,-mijau,-mysiu), v. a. to 
castrate; to geld; to emasculate. 

lirugos, -4. *f. pi. whey. 

lirugti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v.n. to sour 



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sufficiently; to turn sour; [apiepienq] 
to be curdled sufficiently; [apieagur 
kus, etc.] to be pickled sufficiently; 
[apie al%, rynq, etc.] to ferment suffi- 
ciently ; [apie duonq] to be leavened 
sufficiently. 

lirukyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
smoke out; — mesq, to smoke meat. 

lisakyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
speak out; to avow; to confess. 

ISsamiai, adv. exhaustively. 

lisamus, /. -ml, defln. -musis, /. -mlo|f, 
adj. exhaustive. | — mumas, sm. ex- 
haustiveness. 

litemti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 
draw out all; to exhaust. 

lisesti (-s€du,-sSdau,-sesiu), v.n. [iSve 
iimo] to get down from a carriage; 
to alight; [i$ laivo] to get ashore; to 
land. 

liteti (-s8ju,-s6jau,-sesiu), v. a. to sow 
out; to spread out. 

lisibarstyti (-stau, -sttau, -stysiu), llsi- 
bertl (-beriu,-benau,-bersiu), v.rfl. to 
strew out; to be strewn; | to cast; 
to slink; to miscarry (said of ani- 
mals). 

lisiblaivyti (-vau,-viau,-vysiu), Issiblaf- 
vinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.rfl. to become 
sober; to clear up; to sober up. 

lisidereti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. rfl. to 
condition for one's self; to stipulate. 

lisidestymas, -0, sm. docom position. 

I§sidestytl(-stau,-s£iau, -stysiu), v.rfl. to 
decompose; to be resolved into con- 
stituent parts. 

lisigandimas, -0, sm. fright; fear. 

Issigasti(-gastu,-gandau,-gasiu), v. rfl. 
to take fright; to be frightened; to 
startle; to be seized with fear. 

lisigimti (-gemu, -gimiau, -gimsiu), v. 
rfl. to degenerate. 

lisiilgimas, -0, sm. longing for; yearn- 
ing for. 

lisiilgtl (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v.rfl. to long 
for; to yearn for; to languish. 

Ilsijotl (-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v.a. to sift; 
to bolt. 

lisikalbejimas, -0, sm. excusing one's 
self; making excuses or apologies; 
excuse; plea. 

lisikalbeti (-bu,-b€jau,-besiu), v. rfl. to 
speak to the full; | to make an ex- 



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ISsikivinklinimas 

cuse, to excuse one's self; [kuomi] 
to allege a thing for one's excuse; 
[nuoko] to desire to be excused from 
doing a thing. 

lisikivinklinimas, -o, sm. development; 
evolution. 

lisikivinklinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. rfl. to 
expand; to develop; to evolve. 

lislkraustyti (-stau,-sciau, -stysiu), v.rfl. 
to move to another place; to move 
out or away ; to remove. 

lisilaizyti (zau, -ziau, -zysiu), v. rfl. to 
cure one's wounds by licking them 
(as a dog). 

Issimesti (-metu,-meciau,-mesiu), v.rfl. 
to miscarry; to bring forth young 
prematurely. 

Issiplatinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), ISsiplesti 
(-pleciu, -pleciau, -plesiu), v. rfl to 
spread out; to be widened; to ex- 
pand. 

lisipletojimas, -o, sm. development; evo- 
lution. 

IJsipletotl (-toju,-tojau,-tosiu), v. rfl. to 
expand; to develop. 

Ilsiskirstyti (-stau.-sciau, -stysiu), v. rfl. 
to disperse ; to go i nto different parts ; 
to scatter. 

lisisukti (-ku,-kau,-ksiu), v. rfl. [kojq, 
rankq, etc.] to sprain one's foot or 
arm; fig. to extricate one's self by 
shifts. 

ISsilarti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.rfl. to utter 
a word; to say; [nety Horns] to drop 
a word unintentionally. 

ISsitekti (-tenku, -tekau, -teksiu), v.rfl. 
to find room. 

I&itikejimas, -o, sm. confidence; trust; 
hope. 

lisitiketi (-kiu, -kejau, -kesiu), v.rfl. to 
trust; to confide. 

Issiuntimas, Issiuntinejimas, -o, sm. send- 
ing out or away ; expedition; banish- 
ment. 

Issiuntineti (-neju,-ne"jau,-nesiu), v.frq , 
lisiijsti (-siunciu, -siunciau, -siijsiu), 
v. a. to send out or away; to send 
forth; to dispatch; to expedite. 

Issiuti (-siuvu, -siuvau, -siusiu), v. a., 
Issiuvineti (-n€ju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq. to sew all over; to work with a 
needle; to embroider. 

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128 Usodinti 

ing with a needle; needle- work; 
embroidery. 

Issiveisti (-veisiu,-veisiau,-veisiu), v.rfl. 
[in the natural world] to degenerate; 
to change one's shape or form; to 
transform oneself. 

ISsivystymas, -o, sm. development; evo- 
lution. 

ISsivystyti (-stau, -sCiau, -stysiu), v. rfl. 
to unswathe one's self; fig. to be 
developed. 

Issizadejimas, -0, sm. resignation ; renun- 
ciation; — paties sates, self-denial. 

Issizadeti (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v.rfl. to 
give up; to resign; to renounce; — 
paties saves, to deny one's self. 

Issiziojelis,/. -le, *. gaper; dawdler. 

Issizioti (-zioju,-ziojau,-ziosiu), v.rfl. to 
open one's mouth; to gape; to 
yawn. 

Isskaidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
disjoin; to take to pieces; to divide. 

ISskaityti (-tau,-ciau,-tysiu), v. a to find 
out {or learn) by reading; [isrokuoti] 
to enumerate; to reckon; to calcu- 
late; to figure out. 

Isskaidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
cleave; to split. 

ISskelti (-liu,-liau,-vlsiu), v.a., — ugn\U 
titnago, to strike fire out of a flint. 

ISskersti (-rdziu, -rdziau, -rsiu), v.a. to 
butcher all; to slaughter; to mas- 
sacre. 

ISskesti (-skeciu,-skeciau,-skesiu), v.a. 
to spread out; — sparnus, to expand 
the wings. 

Isskydinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to di- 
lute; to thin. 

ISskinti (-nu, -niau, -nsiu), v.a. to grub 
up; to clear of trees. 

ISskyrimas, -o, sm. excepting; excep- 
tion; separation. 

ISskirstyti (-stau, -sCiau, -stysiu), v.frq., 
ISskirti (riu,-riau, rsiu), v.a. to sepa- 
rate; to sunder; to disjoin; to except; 
to exclude. 

ISskysti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v.n. to become 
thin or dilute. 

ISskrosti (-rodziu,-rodziau,-rosiu), v.a. 
to disembowel; to gut; to eviscerate; 
| to murder all; to massacre. 

Issodinti (nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to set 
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light {from a carriage, etc. ); — brang- 

akmeniais, to set with precious 

stones, 
lispausti (-spaudziu, -dziau, -siu), v. a. 

to squeeze out; to express; — ham 

asaras, to draw tears from one's 

eyes. 
isspiauti(-spiauju,-spioviau,-spiausiu), 

v.a. to spit out. 
lispirga, -o$, sf. crisp rind; crackling. 
lispirginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to fry 

•ut; to roast well. 
lisproginetI(-neju,-n6jau,.n$siu),c/rv., 

Issprogti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n to 

bud ; | to crack out. 
Issprukti (-runku,-rukau,-ruksiu), v n. 

to slip out of; to escape; to flee 

away. 
ISsprusti (-sprustu,-sprudau,-sprusiu), 

v.n. to slip out; to flee; to run away. 
Isslatyii (-tau,-£iau, -tysiu), v.a. to put 

out; to set forth; to lay out; to ex- 
pose; to exhibit; [namus\ to build: 

to erect. 
listumdyti (-dau f -dziau,-dysiu), v.frq, 

listumti (-miu,-miau,-msiu), v. a. to 

push out; to shove out; to thrust 

out. 
Issukos, -q, sf pi. buttermilk. 
ttsukti(-ku,-kau,-ksiu),f\a. to unscrew; 

to draw out; [is sqnario] to put out 

of joint; to dislocate; to sprain; — 

kojq, to sprain one's foot. 
Issunis, -io, sm. adopted son. 
Issaldyii (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

freeze; to kill with cold. 
I&alti (-§alu, -salau, -salsiu), v. n. to 

freeze up; to perish with cold. 
ISsaudyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 

shoot all; to kill all with a gun. 
I&saukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. a. to call 

out; to call forth or up. 
I&auti (-sauju,-soviau,-§ausiu), v.a.n. 

to shoot off; to fire off; to discharge. 
IsSlavos, -4, sf. pi. sweepings. 
Issluostyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v.a. to 

wipe away; to wipe off; to clean by 

wiping. 
l§sluoti (-sluoju,-Slaviau,-51uosiu), v.a. 

to sweep away or out. 
lUokti(-ku,-kau,-ksiuj, v.n. to jump 

out; to leap out. 
lisukuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v.a. 



liteklius 

to comb out; to comb well; — linns, 
kanapes, to hatchel flax, hemp; to 
finish hatcheling. 

ISsusti (-Suntu, -§utau, -Susiu), v. n. to 
stew up; to be stewed. 

ISsutinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to stew 
up; to finish stewing. 

IStaiga, -os, sf. comfort; comfortable- 
ness. 

litaigingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasls,/. -go|i, 
adj. comfortable; pleasing; com- 
modious. I — gai, adv. comfortably. 
I — gumas, sm. comfortableness. 

IStaisa, -0$, sf. embellishment; decora- 
tion; I dower; dowry; wedding por- 
tion. 

litaisyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.a. [paga- 
minti] to make; to prepare; [i$re- 
dyti] to embellish; — dukter\ % to 
supply (or provide) a daughter with 
dowry. 

IStaka, -0$, sf source; head (of a river). 

Istampyti (-pau,-piau,-pysiu), t>. a.frq. 
.to touse; to tug; to make longer or 
wider by drawing or pulling repeat- 
edly. 

IStarimas, -0, sm. pronunciation; utter- 
ance. 

IStarme, -es, sf pronunciation; dialect; 
[sudo] decree; judgment; verdict. 

iStarpinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to melt. 

Istarti (-riu, -riau, -isiu), v.a to utter; 
to pronounce; to say. 

Iltarza, -os, sm. [Mi.] gelded animal. 

IstaSkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
squirt on all sides; to shiver to pie- 
ces. 

Isteirauti (-rauju, -ravau, -rausiu), v.a. 
to obtain by inquiry; to learn by 
inquiry. 

ISteketi (-ku,-kejau,-kesiu), v.n. to flow 
out; to leak out; [ut tyro] to marry 
one. 

ISteklnti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to cause 
to flow or leak away; [ant tekilo] to 
finish on a lathe; to hollow by turn 
ing 

Uteklingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. sufficient; plentiful; profuse; 
well off. I —gai, adv. sufficiently; 
plentifully. | —gumas, sm. sufficien- 
cy: plentifulness. 

ISteklius, -iaus, sm. sufficiency; compe- 
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litekme, -is, sf flowing out; emana- 
tion; efflux. 

IStekti (-tenku,-tekau,-teksiu), v n. to 
be sufficient; to suffice; to have 
enough. 

Istempti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v.a. to ex- 
tend; to stretch; to strain. 

ISten, a<fo. thence; from thence. 

Isteplioti (lioju,-liojau,-liosiu), v.frq., 
Istepti (-pu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to be- 
smear; to consume or expend by 
smearing. 

Isterioti (-rioju,-riojau,-riosiu), v. a. to 
waste; to exterminate; to destroy. 

Isteseti (-siu,-s6jau,-sesiu), v.n. to have 
sufficiently; to suffice. 

Istezelis,/. -le, s. milksoap; humdrum. 

lilies, Istiesa, adv. truly; verily; indeed; 
forsooth. 

Istiesti (-siu,-siau,-siu), v. a. to stretch 
out; to extend. 

IStikimas, /. -ma, defln. -ma$is,/. -moji, 
adj. sure; faithful; loyal. 

IStikimybe, -es, */., Istikimumas, -o, sm. 
fidelity; faithfulness; loyalty. 

Istikro, adv. truly; indeed; verily. 

Istiksti (-tysku,-tiskau,-tik§iu), v. n. to 
shiver; to dash to pieces. 

IStikte, -es, sf. stroke; blow. 

litikti (-tinku, -tikau, -tiksiu), v. a. to 
strike; to give a blow. 

isryrineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v.frq., 
Istirti(-tiriu,-tyriau,-tirsiu), v. a. to 
examine; to search; to inquire. 

litirpti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu), v.n. to melt; 
to dissolve. 

Istisai, adv. extensively ; at full length. 

Istisas,/. -sa, adj. extensive; prolix; | 
whole; entire. Kova t$sesi titisu du 
metu, the war continued two whole 
years. 

liryselis,/. -le, s. tall and slender per- 
son; walking rushlight. 

Utysti (-stu,-sau,-siu), v. n. to extend; 
to stretch; to become long; tolenght- 
en out. 

Istizelis, = Istezelis. 

litizti (-tyztu, -tizau, -ti§iu), v.n. to be- 
come soft; to be drenched. 

IStolo, adv. from afar. 

Istraukimas, -o, sm. drawing out; ex- 
traction. 

IStraukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to draw 
out; to pull out; to extract. 



Isvaduotl 

Istremlmas, -0, sm. exile; banishment; 
expulsion. 

IStremti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 
exile; to banish. 

litremtinys,/. -ne, *. exile; person ban- 
ished. 

IStrenkti(-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),«.a. to knock 
out. 

IStryksti (-tryk§tu,-try§kau,-tryk§iu) v. 
n.-to spout out; to gush out; to spurt 
out. 

Istrinti (nu, -niau, -nsiu), v.a. to wipe 
off; to wipe away; to rub out. 

IStrivoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v. n. to 
last to the end; to hold out. [Pol. 
Wytrwac"] . 

IStrokiti (trok§tu,-tro§kau,-trok§iu), v. 
n. to have thirst; to thirst after; to 
be thirsty. 

Istroskimas, -o, sm. thirstiness; thirst. 

I5trukti(-trukstu,-trukau,-truksiu),tj.w. 
to break from; to tear one's self 
from; to escape; to run away. 

Istrupeti (-pu, -pejau, -pesiu), v. n. to 
crumble; to break into small pieces. 

i$trupinti(-nu, -nau,-nsiu),t>.a.to crumb; 
to crumble. 

liturejimas,-o,«ro. holding out; bearing; 
enduring. 

Istureti (-riu, -rgjau, -resiu), v. a. n. to 
hold out; to bear; to endure; to out- 
stand. 

Istustinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to emp- 
ty. 

litvarka, -OS, sf. disorder; [Utvirkimas] 
dissoluteness; lewdness. 

istverimas, -o, sm. perseverance; per- 
sistence. 

Istverti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v. n. to keep on 
to the end; to persevere; to persist; 
to hold out. | v. a. to take down a 
partition; to unfence. 

Istvirkelis,/. -ie,#. disorderly, dissolute 
person. 

Utvirkimas, -o, sm. disorderliness; dis- 
soluteness; wantonness. 

Istvirkinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to spoil; 
to corrupt. 

Istvirkti (kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to be 
spoiled; to be corrupted; to be dis- 
solute, wanton. 

Isvadavimas, -o, sm. deliverance; relief. 

Isvaduoti (-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v. a m 



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to free; to deliver; to release; to re- 
lieve. 

Isvaduotofas,/. -|a,#. deliverer; liberator; 
redeemer. 

livadzio jimas, -o, #?n. derivation; argu- 
mentation; argument. 

livadzioti (-dzioju.-dziojau.-dziosiu), v. 
a.n. to lead out of; | to deduce; to 
demonstrate; to prove. 

livagoti (-goju, -gojau, -gosiu), v. a. to 
cover with furrows; to furrow. 

ISvaikis, -io, sm. adopted child. 

livaikyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
drive away; to drive asunder; to 
disperse. 

llvaikscJoti (-cioju, -Siojau, -ciosiu), li- 
vaikstineti (-nSju,-n€jau.nesiu), v. n. 
frq. to walk all over; [iSsiskirstyti] 
to go different ways; to part; to go 
away one after another. 

livaizda, -os, sf. appearance; look; as- 
pect. 

Itaizdus, /. -di, defin. -dusis, /. -dzioji, 
adj. sightly; comely; conspicuous. 
| — dumas, sm. sightliness. 

livakares, -ty, sf. pi. late evening. 

livalnijimas, -o, #m. freeing; releasing; 
emancipation; manumission. 

livalnyti (-niju, -nijau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
free; to release; to set at liberty ; to 
emancipate; to manumit. 

livanoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v. a. to 
wash one with brushwood; fig. to 
whip or flog one. 

Isvara, -of, sf. driving to pasture; | pas- 
turage; common. 

livardis,-dzio,«m. gram, pronoun; apsa- 
komasis — , relative p. ; gr\ttamasu — , 
reflexive p.; ypatinis—, personal p ; 
kfausiamasis — f interrogative p.; n&- 
refflciamasi* — , indefinite p.; rodo- 
masvt — , demonstrative p.; savina- 
masis — , possessive p.; [Kriaui. 
Grama t.]. 

livarymas, -o, sm. driving out or away; 
banishment. 

ISvaryti (-rau,-riau,-rysiu), v.a. to drive 
out or away; to expel; to banish. 

Ilvariytlt-rtau^rfciau.-rtysiu), v. a. frq. 
to overturn; to upset; to overthrow; 
to subvert. 

Itarza, -os, sf. spoil; booty. 

ISvaziavimas, -o, sm. going or setting 
out; departure. I 



livynioti 

Isvazineti (-neju,-n€jau,-nesiu), v.afrq., 
— keliq, to make a road level by driv- 
ing upon. | v. n. to go or drive in 
different ways: to disperse. 

IsVazioti (-zioju,-ziojau,-ziosiu), v.a. to 
carry away. 

livaziuosena, -os, Agoing or driving out; " 
departure. 

livaziuoti (-ziuoju,-ziavau t -ziuosiu), t>.n. 
to go away: to set out; to depart. 

livazos, -ij, sf. pi recrements of tar; 
coom. 

Isvedziolimas, = Isvadziojimas. 

Ilvedzioti, = ISvadzioti. 

Isveisti (-veisiu,-veisiau,-veisiu), v. a. 
to root out; to extirpate. 

Isveizda, = Isvaizda. 

Isveizdeti (-dziu,-dejau,-desiu), Isveizeti 
(-ziu,-zejau,-zesiu), v. n. to look; to 
appear; to have appearance. 

Isveleti (-leju, -lejau, -lgsiu), v. a. to 
wash out with a washing-beetle. 

livengti (giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.n to shun; 
to avojd; to escape; to evade. 

Isvepelis,/. -le, ». gaper; dawdler. 

liverkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to ob- 
tain a thing by shedding tears. 

Isversti (-verciu,-verfciau,-versiu), v. a. 
to overturn; to throw out; to throw 
down. 

liverzti (-2iu, -ziau, -§iu), v.a. to pluck 
out; to snatch away; to wrench out. 

livesti (-vedu,-vedziau,-vesiu), v. a. to 
lead out; to infer; to derive; to de- 
duce; — iS kelio, to mislead one; to 
seduce. 

iivezimas, -0, sm. exporting; exporta- 
tion. 

ISvezti (-zu, -ziau, -§iu), v.a. to convey 
out; to carry away; to export. 

ISvidaus, adv. from inside; from within. 

Isviduriavimas, -o, sm. evacuation; ex- 
cretion. 

ISviduriuoti (-riuoju, -riavau, -riuosiu), 
v.a. to excrete; to evacuate; to dis- 
charge. 

Isvilioti (-lioju, -liojau, -liosiu), v. a. to 
coax a thing out of a person; to ob- 
tain by cunning; — nuo ko pinigua, 
to cheat one out of his money. 

isvynioti (-nioju, -niojau, -niosiu), v. a. 
to fold out; to wind out; to roll out; 
to unfold; to unfurl; to unwind. 



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Isvirinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to boil 

up; to boil well. 
Kvirkttias,/. -c"ia, defin. -flasis,/. -Sioii, 

adj. reverse; wrong side turned up. 

| — £iai, adv. reversedly; in an op- 
posite sense. 
ISvirsaus, ado. from above; in advance. 
llvirS5ias, == I§vikks6ias. 
ISvirSlnis,/. -ne, adj. external; outward. 
Isvirti (-verdu,-viriau,-virsiu), v.a.n. to 

boil up; to cook up. 
Isvysti (-vystu, -vydau, -vysiu), v. a. to 

see; to perceive; to catch sight of. 2. 

— (-vystame,-vytome,-vysime), v.n. 

coll. to wither up; to fade away. 
Isvystyti (-stau, -s£iau, -stysiu), v. a. to 

unswathe; to unfold; to develop. 
ISvisur, 'adv. from everywhere; from 

all over. 
I$vyti(-veju,-vijau,-vysiu), v. a. to drive 

away; to expel; to banish. 
Isvogtl (-vagiu,-vogiau,-vogsiu), v.a. to 

steal away. 
I&iaboti (-boju, -bojau, -bosiu), v. a. to 

take off the bridle; to unbridle. 
ISzjsti (-zindu, -zindau, z^siu), v. a. to 

suck out or up. 
Isziura, -os, sf appearance : aspect ; look : 

outlook; prospect; view. 
ISzudyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. coll. 

to kill all. 
lUuti (-zijvame,-zuvome,-£usime), v.n. 

coll to perish. 
It, conj. as; as it were. 
jtaika, -os, sf pleasedness. 
Jtaisa, -OS, sf anything built up or 

erected; establishment. PI. jtaisos, 

-y, sf. fittings; fixtures. 
Jtaisymas, -o, sm. setting or fixing in; 

erection; establishment. 
Jtaisyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.a. to set or 

fix in; to establish. 
Jtaka, -os, sf. mouth {of a river). 
Itaias,/. -IS, s. Italian. 
Italija, -os,*/. Italy. 
Italftkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasls,/. -ko|l, adj. 

Italian. 
Jtalpa, -os, sf. capacity; contents. Kny- 

gos — , the contents of a book. 
]talpinti(-nu, -nau, nsiu), v.a. to insert: 

to put into; | to contain. 
jtarlamas, /. -ma, defin. -mas is,/, -moll, 

adj. suspected; suspicious. | — mai, 



Yvairiaf 

adv. suspectedly; suspiciously. 

J tar i mas, -0, sm. suspicion; distrust; 
mistrust. 

Jtartl (riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to suspect; 
to mistrust; to distrust. 

Jteikti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a. to hand 
in; to deliver into one's hands. 

|teiso|imas, -o, sm. legalization; author- 
ization* 

Jleisoli (-soju,-sojau,-sosiu), v.a. to le- 
galize; to authorize: to entitle to. 

Jteketi (-ku,-kejau,-kesiu), v.n. to flow 
into; to run into. 

Jtekme, -es,*/. influx; influxion; | influ- 
ence. 

{tekmingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|l, 
adj. influential. | —gal, adv. influ- 
entially. 

(tekmlngumas, -o, sm. influence. 

Jteme, -es, sf remark; note. 

{tempt! (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to 
stretch ; to strain ; — lankq, to string 
the bow; | to drag into; to draw in- 
to. 

(tikejimas, -o, sm. belief; faith. 

Jtiketi (-kiu,-kejau,-k€siu), v.n. to be- 
lieve; to give a ready belief; to give 
credence to. 

Jtikinti (nu, -nau, nsiu), v. a. to make 
one believe; to convince. 

Jtikti (-tinku, -tikau, tiksiu), v.n. to 
please; to content; to satisfy; to 
comply with one's wishes. 

Jtilptl (pstu,-pau,-psiu), v.n. to be con- 
tained in ; to be comprised in; to find 
room enough. 

Itin, adv. very; much; greatly. 

Jtraukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu v.a. to draw 
into; to drag into; to haul into. 

Jtrinti(-nu,-niau,-nsiu), v.a. to rub in- 
to. 

Jtrupinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to crumb 
into. 

Jturys, -io, sm. contents. 

jtuzti (-ztu,-zau,-siu), v.n. to run mad; 
to fly into a passion. 

jvada, -os, sf conduit: aqueduct. 

jvadinti (nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to invite; 
to call into. 

Jvadzioti, see (vesti. 

Yvairavimas, -o, sm. varying; variation. 

Yvairiai, adv. differently; diversely; in 
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Yvairinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to diver- 
sify^ to variate; to vary. 
Yvairumas, -o, sm. difference; diversity; 

variety. 
Yvairuoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v.n. 

to vary ; to differ. 
Yvajrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rio|i, adj. 

different; diverse; various. 
jvaisinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to pro- 
create, to beget; to engender. 
jvardyti (-diju, -dijau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

name; to mention by name. 
jvarginti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to weary 
out; to tire; to fatigue; to harass; to 
plague. 
Jvargti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to be 

tired; to be weary. 
Jvaryti (-rau,-riau,-rysiu), v.a. to drive 
into; — kq f skoias, to get one into 
debt; — j grabq, to bring one to the 
grave. 
Yvas, -o, *m. am. owl; horned-owl. 
JVaziavimas, -o, sm. entrance; entry. 
jvaziuoti (-ziuoju,-ziavau,-ziuosiu), v.n. 
to enter; to drive into (in a carriage). 
{vedybos, .y, sf. pi introduction; inaug- 
uration. 
jvedimas, -o, sm. leading into; bringing 

into; | introduction, 
jveikme, -es, *f. impression; effect; 

power. 
JveiMi (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. a. to over- 
come; to overpower; to defeat; to 
subdue; to conquer. 
Jveisti (-siu,-siau,-siu), v. a. to procre- 
ate; to beget; to engender. 
Jverti (-riu,-ria.u,-rsiuj, t>. a. to put in; 

to thread in. 
jvesdinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to lead 
into; to bring into; to usher; to in- 
troduce. 
Jvesti (-vedu, -vedziau, -vesiu), v. a. to 
lead into; to bring into; to intro- 
duce, 
jvezimas, -o, sm. importation. 
Jvezti (-zu,-ziau,-§iu), v. a. to bring in- 
to; to carry into; to import. 
jvijas,/. -|a, adj. winding; bending from 
a direct line. | Hai, adv. wincfingly; 
in a winding manner. 
jvykdymas, Jvykdinimas, -o, sm. causing; 
bringing into existence; realizing; 
realization. 



Jzengti 



jvykdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.a. to ef 
feet; to cause; to produce; to bring 
into existence; to realize. 

jvykimas, -o, sm. arising; [issipildymas] 
accomplishment. 

Jvyksnis, -io, sm. occurrence: incident: 
[UtdpUdymas] realization; gram, ob- 
ject. 

Jvykti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v. n. to arise; 

to happen; to occur; [issipildyti] to 

be fulfilled; to be accomplished; to 
be realized. 

Jvilkti (-velku,-vilkau,-vilksiu), v. a. to 

draw or drag into; to haul into. 
{vynfoti (-nioju,-niojau,-niosiu), v.a. to 

wrap up; to envelop; to roll in. 
Jvisti (-vystu,-visau,-visiu), v. n. to be 

procreated in great numbers. 
(vystyti (-stau, -stfiau, -stysiu), v. a. to 

swathe; to swaddle. 
Jzaboti (-boju, -bojau, -bosiu), v. a. to 

bridle. 
lzagti(-gu,-giau.-gsiu), v. a. to soil; to 

stain; to defile; to pollute; to infect. 
jzaizda, -os, sf. injury; wounding. 
jzambiai, adv. slantingly; obliquely; 

slopingly. 
{iambus,/, -bi, defin. -busis,/. .bioji, adj. 

sloping; slanting; oblique. 
Jzanga, -os, sf. entrance; entry; [ra.Uo] 

introduction; preface. 
Izdas, -o, sm. public chest; treasury. 
Izdininkas,/. -ke, s. treasurer; cashier. 
Yze, -es, */. block of ice. 
Jzeidejas,/. -|a, s. injurer; insulter. 
jzeidimas, -o,sm. injury; insult; affront. 
jzeidingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. .goji, 

adj. injurious; insulting. | — gai,«rfp. 

injuriously; insultingly. | — gumas, 

sm. injuriousness. 
Jzeistas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -foji, prt. 

hurt; injured; insulted. 
lzeisti(-dziu,-dziau,-zeisiu),t>.a. to hurt; 

to injure; to insult. 
Jzeisto|as,/. -|a, = J/.eidEjas. 
jzelti (-zeliu, -zeliau, -zelsiu), v. n. to 

root in ; to have an exuberant growth. 
jzenga, = Jzanga. 

jzengimas, -o, sm. entrance; entering: 
— i dang%, (eccl.) ascension into 

heaven; Ascension day; Holy Thurs- 
day. 
Jzengti (-giu, -#iau, -gsiu), r. n. to step 

into; to enter; to ascend. 



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Jzymejimas 

Jzymejimas, -o, sm. marking; signing. 

jzymeti (-miu,-mejau,-mesiu), v. a. to 
mark. 

Jiymus, /. -mi, defin. -musis, /. -mio|l, 
adj. significant; considerable; im- 
portant. | — m fai, adv. significantly; 
considerably. I — mumas, sm. sig- 
nificance; importance. 

jzodis, -dzio, sm. vow. 

Jziureti (-riu,-rejau,-resju), v.a. to look 
into; fig. to understand; to conceive; 
to have an insight into. 

izraelis, •lo.sm. Israel. Izraeiitas, /. -te, s. 
an Israelite. 

{zulnas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, adj. 
slant; slanting; oblique. ) — nai, adv. 
slantingly; obliquely; askance. 

{zulnumas, -o, sm. slant direction; ob- 
liqueness. 

Jzulus, /. -II, defin. -lusis, /. -lio|i, adj. 
insolent; disrespective; rude. | — lu- 
mas, sm. insolence; rudeness; rough- 
ness. 

Jzvalga, -os,*/. insight; fig. intelligence; 
comprehension. 

Jzvalgus,/. -gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gio|i,«#. 
quick-sighted; perspicacious; keen. 
I— gumas, sm. perspicacity; perspi- 
cuity. 

{zvelgiamas,/. -ma, defin. -roasis,/. moji, 
prt. visible; perceivable; percep- 
tible. 

Jzvelgtl (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.a.n. to peep 
into; to take a look at; to perceive. 

Jzvilgis, -io, sm. insight; perception; in- 
tellectual apprehension. 



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Jadros, -4, sf. pi. measles. 

Jaknos, -ij, */. pi. liver. 

JakSis, -io, sin. axe. [Germ. Axt]. 

JakSune, -es, */. hot. cock's head; ho- 
ney-suckle. Hrdysarum. 

Japonija, -os, sf. Japan. 

Japonilkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. Japanese. 

Jasiukle, -cs>/. hot. shave-grass; marsh- 
horsetail. Equisetum palustre. 

Jasminas, -0, sm. hot. jasmine. Jasmi- 
num. 



Jausmingas 

Jau, adv. already. Jau...jau... y now..- 
now... 

Jauda, -OS, sf. allurement; temptation; 
enticement. 

Jaudinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to allure; 
to tempt. 

Jaudus,/. -di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzioji, adj. 
alluring; tempting; attractive. | 
— dziai, adv. alluringly; attractingly. 

Jauja, -OS, sf. drying house; corn kiln. 

Jaukinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to habit- 
uate; to accustom; to tame. 

Jaukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. a. to rum- 
mage; to turn over; to confound; to 
throw into disorder. 

Jaukus,/. -ki, defin -kusis,/. -kio|i, adj. 
tame; gentle; tractable. | — k\*\ f adv. 
gently; meekly. | -kumas, sm. gen- 
tleness; tractability. 

Jaunamarte, -es, */. bride; woman newly 
married. 

Jaunas,/. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -noji, adj. 
young; — menuo, new moon. 

Jaunatis, Jaunutis, -5io, sm. new moon; 
crescent. 

Jaunavedis, -dzio, sm. bridegroom. 

Jaunybe, -es, */. quality of being young; 
youth fulness. 

Jaunikaitis, -5io, sm. youth; young man. 

Jaunikis, -io, sm. bridegroom; man a- 
bout to be married. 

Jauniklis,/. -Ie, *. the youngest one. 

Jaunylis,/. -Ie, *. the younger one; jun- 
ior. 

Jaunimas, -0, sm. youth; young persons 
(collectively); company of young 
people. 

Jaunintis (-nuos,-naus,-nsiuos), v.rfl. to 
make one's self appear young; to 
pretend to be young. 

Jaunyste, -es,*/. youth; juvenile age. 

Jaunumas, -0, sm. the quality of being 
young; youthfulness. 

Jaunumene, (Jaunuomene) -es, sf. youth; 
young people. 

Jaunutis, Jaunutelis, /. -ie, adj. pretty 
young; very young. 

Jausmas, -0, sm. feeling; sense; sensa- 
tion. 
Jausmazodis, -dzio, sm. interjection. 
Jausmingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -gofi, 
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Jausmingumas 135 

Jausmingumas, -o, sm. sensitiveness; ten- 
derness; fondness. 

Jausmininkas, Jausmazenklis, sm. mark 
of exclamation. 

Jausti (jauciu, jau&au, jausiu), v.a.n. 
to feel. | — s, v.rfl. to feel one's self ; 
to be sensible of. 

Jautiena, -os, *f. beef. 

Jautimas, -o,*m. feeling; sensation; [bu- 
dejimas] waking. 

Jautinytta, -ios, sf. ox stable. 

Jautinis,/. -ni f adj. pertai ning or belong- 
ing to an ox; ox... 

Jautis, -clo, sm. ox. 

Jautriai, adv. sensibly; sensitively. 

Jautrumas, -o, sm. sensibility. 

Jautrus,/. -ri, defln. -rusis,/. -rlo|i, adj. 
sensible; irritable; touchy; sensitive. 

Jautvede,-es,*/.Jifo\]guide strap; leash. 

Javai, -y, sm. pi corn; grain; [nenu- 
piauti] crop. 

Jetiukai, -y, sm. pi = BulvCs. 

Jega, = Jiega. 

Jagzlys, -io, sm. icht. ruff. 

Jei, Jeigu, conj. if: in case of. 

Jeib, conj. provided that. Jeib kq, what- 
ever. Jeib kada, whenever. 

Jenerolas, = Genebalas 

Jerube, -es, */. orn. hazel-hen; heath- 
cock. 

JeruzoHmas, -o, sm. Jerusalem. 

Jetininkas, -o, sm. lancer; pikeman. 

Jetis, -ies, sf. lance; spear. 

Jezavas, Jezaus lelija, s. bot. martagon 
lily; Turk's cap lily. Lilium Marta- 
gon. 

Jozuitas, -o, sm. Jesuit; — t% kUoitorius, 
convent of Jesuits. 

Jezultiskas,/. -ka,a#. Jesuitic; Jesuitic- 
al. | — kai, adv. Jesuitically. 

Ji, gen. |os, defin. Ji|e, gen. josios, pron. 
f. she. 

Jiega, -os, sf. power. 

Jiekitas, -o, sm. column; pillar; shaft. 

Jiena, -o$, sf. thill. 

Jierka, -os y sf. slit; slash; rift; cleft; | 
white leather; dressed goat skin. 

Jieskinys, -io, sm. purpose; end; aim. 

Jiesko|imas, -o, sm. seeking; searching. 

Jieskoti (-kau, -kojau, -kosiu), v. a. to 
seek ; to search ; to look for. 

Jieikotojaa,/. -ja, s. seeker, searcher. 

Jieftmas, -o, sm. spit. 



Juk 

Jieva, -os, sf bet. bird-cherry. Cerasus 

padus. 2. nom. propr. Eve. 
Jievynas, -o, sm. forest of bird-cherry 

trees. 
Jievinis, /. -ne, adj. of bird-cherry; 

made of bird-cherry wood 
Jis, gen. |o, intens. Jisai, gen. jo jo, pron. 

m. he. 
Jodinetl (-n6ju,-n€jau,-nesiu), v.n. frg. 

to ride about on horseback. 
Jodinti (-du, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to carry 

on horseback. 
Jog, conj. that. Teipjog, so that. Teip 

labai,jog... t in such a degree that... 
Jojamas, /. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -mo|i, 

prt. riding; employed to ride. 
Joks, Jokis,/. -kia, pron. no; not any; 

no one; none. 
Jokubas, -o, sm. Jacob; James. 
Jomarkas, -o, sm. fair; market. 
Jonas, -o, sm. John. Joniene, -es, */. 

John's wife. 
Joneliai, -iy, sm. pi bot. Spanish broom. 

8partium. 
Jonines, -ty, sf. Saint John the Bap- 
tist's day; Midsummer. 
Joninzoie, 4s, sf bot. hypericon; John's 

wort. Hypericum perforatum. 
Jonvabaiis, -io, sm. ent. glow-worm. 
Joti (-joju, -j°J au » -josiu), *>• n - to ride 

on horseback. 
Jotls, -5lo, sm. rider; knight; cavalier. 
Jovalas, -o, *m. swill; medley; mess; | 

disorder; confusion; chaos. 
Jovaras, -o, sm. bot. plane tree. Plata- 

nus orientalis. 
Jubilejus, -|aus, sm. jubilee. 
Jubiliatas,/. -te, *. holding a jubilee. 
Judejimas, -o, sm. motion; movement. 

RevoliucijUkas — , revolutionary 

movement. 
Judeti (-du,-d§jau,-desiu), v.n. to move, 

to be in motion. 
Judinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to move; 

to agitate. 
Judosyste, -as, sf treachery; treason. 
Judosius,-iaus, sm. Judas; fig. betrayer, 

traitor. 
Judra, -os, sf. bot. bastard-flax; cameli- 

na; gold of pleasure. Camelina. 
Judu,/. judvi, pron. dualis, you two; 

both of you. 
Juk, conj. then, [or it is not transfer- 



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Juka 

able into English] . Juk tu pats tai 
iinai, why, you know it very well. 
Juka, -os, sf. blood of a beast; broth or 
soup of blood. 

Jukdyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), t>. a. to 
make one laugh. 

JukStandis, -dzio, sm. the constellation 
Cassiopeia. 

Juktas, -o, sm. Russia-leather. 

Jule, -es, dim. -liute, sf. Julia; Juliet; 
July. 

Julius, -iaus, sm. Julius. 

Jungas, -o, sm. yoke; span; couple. 

Jungiamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -moji, 
prt. uniting; joining. Jungiamasis 
veiksma&odis, (gram.) auxiliary verb. 

Jungtl (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to yoke; 
to join; to connect. 

Jungtinis,/. -ne, adj. united; joint. 

Junkyti (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to ha- 
bituate; to accustom. 

Juo, adv. the more. Juo geriau, so much 
the better. Juo daugiau, juo geriau, 
the more the better. 

Juoba, adv. unless; so much more. 

Juodakis,/. -ke, *. black eyed one. 

Juodalksnis, -io, sm. hot. alder. 

Juodaodis,/. -de,*, black skinned one; 
negro; moor. 

Juodas,/. -da, defin. -dasis,/. -doii t adj. 
black. | — dai, adv. blackly. 

Juodberis,/. -re, *. dark bay horse. 

Juodbruvis,/. -ve, *. black browed per- 
son;/, brunette. 

Juodgalvis,/. -ve, s. black headed one. 

Juodylai, -i|, sm. pi. black dye; black 
ink. 

Juodylnyiia, -ios, sf. inkstand. 

Juodymas, -o, sm. black part; black 
place. 

Juodinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to black; 
to blacken; fig. to blacken; to de- 
fame; to slander; to vilify. 

Juodis,/. -de, *. black one (said of ani- 
mals). 

Juodkartis,/. -te, s. black maned horse. 

Juodknyge,-es,#/. black-book; conjuring 
book; | sorceress; witch. 

Juodknygyste,-es,*/. necromancy; witch- 
craft; sorcery. 

Juodknygius,/. -ge, s. necromancer; sor- 
cerer:/, sorceress, 



136 Juozapas 

Juodmargis,/. -ge, *. black checkered 

one. 
Juodmedis, -dzio, sm. hot. ebony. 
Juodnugaris, /. -re, s. one with black 

back. 
Juodokas,/. -ka, adj. somewhat black; 

blackish; pretty black. 
Juokplaukis,/ -ke, *. black haired one. 
Juodsnukis,/. -ke, s. black faced one; 

one with black muzzle. 
Juoduma, -os, sf. black place; black 

spot. 
Juodumas, -o, sm. blackness. 
Juoduoti (-duoju, : davau,-duosiu), v. n. 
to glisten or glitter black; to appear 
black. 
Juodvabalis, -io, sm. dung-beetle. 
Juodvarnis, -io, sm. orn. raven. 
Juodveidis,/. -de, s. black com plexioned 

one; negro; moor. 
Juodzemis, -io, sm. black earth ; mold or 

mould; vegetable earth. 
Juokadeja, adv. out ofsport; for fun. 
Juokas, -o, sm. laugh; laughter; laugh- 
ing; | jest; joke. 
Juokauti (-kauju,-kavau,-kausiu), Juo- 
kuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. n. 
to jest; to joke; to jeer; to fool. 
Juokdarys,/. -re,*, jester; clown; droll. 
Juokingas,/.-ga, </<?/«. -gasis,/.-go|i, adj. 
laughable; ridiculous. | — gai, adv. 
ridiculously. 
Juokingumas, -o, sm. ridiculousness. 
Juokinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to make 

one laugh. 
Juokorius,/. -re, *. jester; punster. 
Juoksmas, -o, sm. laugh; laughing; 

laughter. 
Juoktis (-kiuos,-kiaus,-ksiuos), v.rfl. to 

laugh; — is ko, to laugh at one. 
Juokuoti, see Juokauti. 
Juosmuo, -mens, sm. waist; waistband. 
Juosta, -os, sf. girdle; belt; waistband. 

Laumes — , rainbow. 
Juosti (juosiu, juosiau, juosiu), v.a. to 
gird; to girdle; to girth. | — s, *. rfl. 
to gird one's self. 
Juosti (juostu, juodau, juosiu), v.n. to 

grow black. 
Juosvas,/. -va, defin. -vasis,/. -vo|i, adj. 
somewhat black; blackish. | — vai, 
adv. blackishly. 
Juozapas,-o, abbr. Juozas,-o, sm. Joseph. 



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Juoziene 

Juoziene, -es, sf Joseph's wife. 

Jupe, -es, dim. -peld, sf jacket; bodice. 

Jurats,*/, name of one of the tributary 

streams of Nem unas (Memel). 2. sea: 

ocean. [Only in poetry and elevated 

style]. 
Juravimas, -o,*w. undulation; waviness. 
Jures, -ty, sf. pi sea; ocean. 
Jurgines, -iif, sf pi Saint George's Day. 

| hot. dahlia. 
Jurgis, -io, sm. George. Dim. -gtokas, 

-gutis, terms of endearment. Jurgie- 

ne, -es, sf George's wife. 
Jurininkas,/. -ke, *. sailor; mariner. 
Jurinis,/. -ne, adj. of the sea; sea... 
Juruoti (-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v.n. to 

wave; to undulate. 
Jus [pi o/Tu], you. 
Jusilkas,/. -lea, defin.-k*ste t f-ko\\, adj., 

— kai, adv. like yours; corresponding 

or analogous to yours. 
JusiSkis,/. -ke, *. yours. 
Justi(juntu, jutau, jusiu), v. a. to feel; 

to forebode. 
Justinas, -o, sm. Justin. Justina, -os, sf 

Justina. 
Jutimas, -o, sm. feeling; sensation. 
Jutrina, -os, */. lock. 
Jutrumas, -o, sm. sensitiveness; acute- 

ness of sensation. 
Jutrus, /. -ri, defin. -rusis, /. -riofi, adj. 

sensible; sensitive; irritable. | — riai, 

adv. sensibly; sensitively. 



K 



Kabala, -os, sf. cabala. 

Kabalda, -os, smf. (vulg.) cripple; lame 

one. 
Kabalduoti (-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v. 

n. to hang loosely; to dangle;^, to 

counterfeit the walk of a cripple 

or lame person. 
Kabaluoti and Kabaruoti (-uoju, -avau, 

-uosiu), v. n. to hang loosely; to 

dangle; to waver; to totter. 
Kabe,-es,*/. hook; stud; [knygos] clasp. 
Kabeti(-bu,-b§jau,-besiu), v.n. to hang; 

to be suspended. 
Kabinetas, -o, *m, cabinet. 



137 Kaiminka 

Kabineti (-ngju, -n§jau, -nesiu), v.frq., 
Kabinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to hang; 
to suspend; | to hook; to grapple. | 
— s, v.rfl. to hook; to grapple; | to 
embrace each other; | to hang on; 
to cling. 

Kabiys, -io, dim. -lelis, -iiukas, sm. hook; 
clasp. 

Kaboti(-bu,-bojau,-bosiu), v.n to hang; 
to be suspended. ■ 

KaSei, Kadeig, conj. although; though; 
albeit. 

Kadiarga, -os, sf oven rake; poker. 

Kadiuotis (-Siuojuos, -fciavaus, -£iuo- 
siuos), v.rfl. to kitten. 

Kafooge, see KAT.uoGfi. 

Kad, conj. if; that. Kad ne, lest. Teip 
kad, so that. 

Kada, conj. et adv. when; ever; — nors, 
whenever; at any time; kaip — , 
sometimes; at times; — kadis, long 
ago. 

Kadaise, Kadaisi, adv. in former time; 
formerly; aforetime; erst; whilom. 

Kadangi, conj. because; for; whereas 

Kadrilis, -io, sm. quadrille {dance). 

Kadugynas, -o, sm. juniper bushes. 

Kaduginis,/. -ne, adj. of juniper. 

Kadugys, -io, sm. hot. juniper; juniper 
tree. Juniperus. 

Kagala, -os, sf synagogue. 

Kai. = Kaip. 

Kailiadirbis, = Kailius. 

Kallialupis,/. -pe, s. flayer; skinner. 

Kailiniai, -ty,*m. pi fur cloak; fur jack- 
et. 

Kailiniuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, f -top, 
adj. dressed with fur cloak. 

Kaiiis, -io, sm. pelt; skin; fur. 

Kailius, -iaus, sm. furrier; dealer in furs. 

Kaimas, -0, sm. village; hamlet. Dim. 
-melis, small village; villakin. 

Kaimene, -es, sf. herd; flock. 

Kaimietis,/. -te, «. villager. 

Kaimynas, -o, sm. neighbor. 

Kaimyninis,/. -ne, adj. neighboring. 

Kaiminis,/. -ne, adj. of village; rural. 

Kaimynysti, -es, sf neighborhood; vicin- 
ity; neighborship. 

Kaimyniskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. neighbor; neighboring; vicinal. 
| —kai, adv. neighborly. 

Kaiminka, -os, sf. female neighbor. 



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Kaimiikas 

KaimiSkas, /. -ka, defin. .kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. of a vfllage; village like; rus- 
tic; rural. 

Kaina, -os, sf. price. 

Kainas,/. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i, adj. 
common; mutual. | — fiai, adv. mutu- 
ally. 

Kainoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v. n. to 
cost; to bear a price. 

Kaip, adv. et conj.. how; in what man- 
ner; in what way; | as; like. Kaip 
antai t as; for instance. Toks kaip, 
such as. 

Kaire, -es, sf. left; left hand; left side. 

Kairiarankis,/.-ke,«. left handed person. 

Kairias,/. -ria, defin.. riasis,/. -rio|i, adj. 
left. 

Kairinis,/. -ne, adj. left; being on the 
left side. 4 

Kairys,/. -re, s. left handed person. 

Kaisti (kaiciu, kai6iau, kaisiu), v. a., 
— puodq, to set the pot on the fire. 
2. — (kaistu, kaitau, kaisiu), v.n. to 
grow hot; to blush. 

Kaiftena, -os, sf. adz. 

Kailioti (-§ioju,-Siojau,-§iosiu), v.afrq. 
to thrust about. 

Kaisyti(-§au,-siau,-8ysiu), v. a. to thrust 
into; to put into; [puoiti] to adorn; 
to decorate. 

KaiSrys, -£io,*tfi. landmark. 

Kaitinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to warm; 
to heat; fig. — ham akis, to make 
one blush for shame. 

Kaitra, -os, sf. heat; summer heat. 

Kaitriai, adv. hotly. 

Kaitrumas, -o, sm. heat; hotness. 

Kaitrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rioji, adj. 
hot; giving heat. Kaitrios malkos, 
firewood that gives much heat. 

Kaka, s. indecl. dirt; filth. 

Kakalys, -io, sm. stove; oven. 

Kakinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. [= gani- 
dinti] to satisfy. 

Kaklarailtis, -Sio, Kaklaryiis, -io, sm. 
necktie; neck cloth; cravat; stock. 

Kaklas, -0, sm. neck ; [bonkos] neck. 

Kaklinis, /. -ne, adj. of the neck ; per- 
taining to the neck. 

Kakoti, v.n. tocack. 

Kakta, -os, */. forehead. 

Kaktarailtis, -Sio, sm. browband; front- 
let. 



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Kakti (kanku, kakau, kaksiu), v. n. to 
go; to wander. [Usually in comp. with 
at-, nu-, BU-, which see.] 

Kaiade, -es, sf trunk; block; log; chop- 
ping block; | clog; stocks. 

Kalakutas, -o, sm. turkey. 

Kalataile, -es, sf. signal board; kalataify 
mutti, to strike the signal board. 

Kalavija, -os, sf. glave; sword; | bot. 
sword -grass; flag-flower. Iris. 

Kalba,-os,*/' language; tongue ;| speech; 
utterance; conversation; talk. 

Kalbamokslis, -io, sm. grammar. 

Kalbazinys, -io, sm. linguist. 

Kalbaiinyste, -es, sf. science of langua- 
ges; philology; linguistics. 

Kalbesis, -io, sm. -conversation; talk; 
noise of talking. 

Kalbeti (-bu, -bejau, -besiu), v. a. to 
speak ; to talk ; to utter. | "— s, v. rfl. 
to converse; to discourse. 

Kalbetojas,/. -|a, s. speaker; orator. 

Kalbingas,/.-ga, <fc/fo.-gasis,/.-goii, adj. 
talkative; loquacious. 

Kalbingumas, -o, sm. talkativeness; lo- 
quacity. 

Kalbinimas, -o, sm. talking or speaking 
(to one); addressing. 

Kalbinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to address 
one; to speak to one; to talk to one; 
to persuade; to instigate; to ha- 
rangue. 

KalbiSkas,/. -ka,(fc/fo- -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj 
pertaining or relating to a language; 
linguistic; linguistical. 

Kalbreda, -os, */. gram, syntax; syntax- 
is. 

Kalbumas, -o, sm. loquacity; talkative- 
ness. 

Kalbus,/. -bi, defin. -busis,/. -blofi, adj. 
talkative; loquacious. 

Kaldra, -os, sf. blanket. 

Kale, -es, */. bitch. Dim. -laite, -liuke, 
young or little bitch. 

Kaledininkas, -o, sm. mendicant friar. 

Kaledos, -ij, sf. pi. Christmas. 

Kaledoti (-doju,-dojau,-dosiu), v. n. to 
po begging; to collect alms. 

Kalejimas, -o, sm. jail; prison: dungeon. 

Kalendorius, -iaus, sm. almanac; calen- 
der. 

Kalendra, -os, sf. bot. coriander. Corian- 
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Kalenti 



KalentJ (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to beat;, to 
str ke. | v.n. to clatter. 

Kaleti (-leju,-l6jau,-lesiu), v.n. to be in 
jail; to sit in prison; to be imprison- 
ed. 

Kaligrafija, -os, sf. calligraphy ; penman- 
ship. 

Kaligrafiikas,/. -ka v adj. calligraphic. | 
— kai, adv. calligraphically. 

Kaltneti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v.frq., 
Kalti (-lu,-liau,-lsiu), v. a. to beat in 
or into; to drive in or into: | to forge; 
to hammer. Pinigus kalti, to coin 
money; [kaltu] to chisel; to carve 
with a chisel. 

Kalinys,/. -ne, s. prisoner; captive. 

Kalkdegis, -io v sm. lime burner. 

Kalkes, -ty, sf. pi lime; \negesintos] 
quick-lime. 

Kalkininkas, -o, sm. lime burner; lime 
seller. 

Kalkinis,/. -ne, adj. of lime; lime... 

Kalkunas, -o, sm. turkey; turkey cock. 

Kalme, -es, sf. bot. aromatic calamus; 
acorus; sweet-flag. A cor us calamus. 

Kalmogai, -4, sm. pi. wagon; tumbrel. 

Kalmukas,/. -ke, *. Calmuck. 

Kalnakasys, -io, sm. miner. 

Kalnakasyste, -es, sf. mining; art or sci- 
ence of mining. 

Kalnas,-o, sm. mount; mountain. Dim. 
-nelis, hill; hillock. 

Kalnavertis,-£io,**n. properly: demolish- 
er of mountains; miner. 

Kalnierius, -iaus, sm. collar. 

Kalnynas, -0, sm. mountain range; 
mountain region. 

Kalningas, /. -ga, defln. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. mountainous; hilly. 

Kalninis. /. -ne, adj. of mountain: 
pertaining or belonging to a mount. 

Kalnove, -es, sf. hill; hillock; | mine. 

Kalnsarge, -es, sf. bot. milk-parsley. Se- 
linum. 

Kalnlvita, -os, sf. bot. marjoram. Origa- 
num. 

Kalnuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 
mountainous; full of mountains; 
—a Satis, mountainous country. 

Kalnuotumas, -o, sm. mountainousness. 

Kalpas, -0, sm. groom; waiter; servant; 
I knave (of cards). 

Kalpilkai, adv. servilely; slavishly. 



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Kalpokas,-o,*m. helmet; [Hampos] lamp 
globe; lamp shade. 

Kalsnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v.a.frq. 
to hammer slightly; to tap with a 
hammer. 

Kaltas, -o, sm. chisel. 

Kaltas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, adj. 
guilty; culpable; faulty; [skotingas] 
indebted; owing. 

Kalte, -es, */. guilt; crime; sin; delin- 
quency; fault; blame. 

Kalti, see KalinEti. 

Kaltybe, -es, sf. sin; trespass; fault; | 
duty; due; obligation. 

Kaltinimas, -o, sm. accusation; charge. 

Kaltininkas,/. -ke, *. offender; culprit; 
delinquent. 

Kaltinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to accuse; 
to charge. | 

Kaltlntoias,/. -Ja, s accuser. 

Kaltokas,/. -ka, adj. somewhat guilty; 
quite guilty. 

Kaltunas, -o, sm. med. plica polonica; 
trichosis plica. 

Kaltunuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -toil, 
adj. afflicted with plica polonica. 

Kaltuvas, -0, sm. rammer. 

Kalva, -os, sf. hill; hillock; rising 
ground. 

Kalve,-es^. blacksmith's shop; smithy; 
forge. 

Kalviene, -es, sf. blacksmith's wife. 

Kalviete, -es, sf. dungeon; prison; jail. 

Kalvlnas,/. -ne, s. calvinist. 

Kalvis, -Io, sm. blacksmith. 

Kalvyste, -es, sf blacksmith's trade. 

Kalvore, -es, sf bot. wild rosemary. Le- 
dum. 

Kam,pron. [dat. of Kas\ to whom. 2. 
adv. why; wherefore; for what rea- 
son. 

Kamanos, -4, sf. pi. bridle. 

Kamantai,-ij f #OT». pi horse collar; hames. 

Kamantineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. a. 
frq. to investigate; to explore; to 
search; to scrutinize. 

Kamara,-os, dim. -raite, -rele,*/*. pantry; 
larder; | cell. 

Kamarninkas, -0, sm. sheriff; [matinin- 
kas] land surveyor; [Kr.] chamber- 
lain; master of the robes. 

Kambarys,-io, sm. chamber; apartment, 
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Kamblys,-io, dim. -lelis, sm. sprout; bud; 

germ. 
Kame, pron. interr. where. 
Kameleonas, -o, mi. zool. chameleon. 
Kamendorius, -iaus, sm. vicar. 
Kamienas, -o, sm. trunk; stalk; stem. 
Kaminai, -ij, sm. pL [Kr.] moss. 
Kaminas, -o f sm. chimney; flue. 
Kaminsluostis, -5io, sm. chimney-sweep- 
er. 
Kamizelka, -os, sf. vest; waistcoat. 
Kamletas, -o, sm. camlet; camelot. 
Kampanija, -os, sf. campaign. 
Kampas, -0, sm. corner; angle; nook. 
Kampininkas,/. -ke, s. villager who has 

no arable land: cottager. 
Kampinis, /. -n6, adj. of corner; 

belonging to a corner or angle. 

Kampinis akmvo, corner stone. 
Kampuotas,/.-ta, <fc/fri.-tasis,/.-to|i, adj. 

cornered; angular. 
Kampuoti (-puoju,-pavau,-puosiu), v. a. 

to make corners or angles; to make 

cornered or angular. 
Kamsa, -os, sf. dike; dam; mound; 

\imonfy\ throng; crowd. 
KamS&atraukis, -io, sm. corkscrew. 
KamSyti (-sau,-8iau,-sysiu), v.frq. y Kim- 

Sti (kemsu, kimsau, kimsiu), v. a. to 

stuff; to fill; to cram; [bonkas, etc.] 

to stopper; to cork. 
Kamstikis, -io, sm. corkscrew. 
Kamstinis,/. -ne, adj. of a stopper; of a 

cork. Kamstinis qzuolas, cork oak ; 

cork tree; cork. Quercus suber. 
Kamstis,-fiio, sm. stopper; stopple ; cork ; 

plug. 
Kamstkisis, -io, sm. corkscrew. 
KamStmedis, -dzio, sm. hot. corktree. 
Kamune, -es, sf. hot. acorus; sweet-flag. 
Kamuolys, -io, sm. clew; ball; sphere 
Kamuoti(-muoju,-mavau,-muosiu), v. a. 

to vex; to torment; to harass: to 

weary; to fatigue; to excess. | — s, 

v.rjl. to torment one's self. 
Kamza, -os, sf. surplice. 
Kanada, -os, sf. Canada. 
Kanadietis,/. -te, s. Canadian; inhabit- 
ant of Canada. 
Kanadiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. Canadian. 
Kanakados, adv. once upon a time. 
Kanakaip, adv. in whatever manner. 



Kankinys 

Kanakoks,/. -k\a,pron. whichever one; 

whatever one; some one. 
Kanalas, -0, sm. canal; channel. 
Kanapa, -os, sf sofa. 
Kanapd, -6s, sf hemp; [grudas] hemp 

seed. 
Kanapetas,/.-ta, defin, 4as\$,f -to|l, adj. 

(said of birds) spotted ; dotted ; speck- 
led. 
Kanapiena, -os, sf hemp field. 
Kanapinis, /. -ne, adj. made of hemp; 

hempen. Katmpine virve, hempen 

cord. 
Kanarka, -os, sf orn. canary. 
Kanauninkas, -o, sf canon; dignitary of 

the church. 
Kanceliarija, -os, sf chancery; office. 
Kanftia, -ios, sf. torment; pain. 
Kan&us, -iaus, dim. -ftiukas, sm. riding 

whip; horsewhip. 
Kancveikslis,/. -le, adj. [SI.] passive. 
Kandidatas,/. -te, *. candidate. 
Kandidatura, -os, sf candidacy; candi- 

dateship. 
Kandiduoti (-duoju.-davau.-duosiu), v. 

7i. to be a candidate; to run for an 

office. 
Kandis, -ies, sf ent. moth. 
Kandis, -dzio, sni. bite; biting. 
Kanduolys,-io, sm. kernel; core; nucleus. 
Kandus,/. -d\,defin. -dusis,/. -dzio|i, adj. 

snappish: given to biting. 
Kandziojimas, -o, sm. biting;^, biting; 

taunting. 
Kandzioti (-dzioju,-dziojau,-dziosiu), v. 

frq., K|Sti(kandu, kandau, kasiu), v. 

a. to bite; fig. to bite; to nip; to 

taunt keenly. 
Kanelija, -os, sf cinnamon. Laurus cin- 

namonum. 
Kanguru, s. indecl. zool. kangaroo. 
Kaneveikti ( kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 

maltreat. 
Kanikas, -o, sm. bread box. 
Kanivoias, -0, sm. veterinary surgeon; 

farrier. 
Kankalas, -o, sm. jingle; rattle; little 

bell. * 
Kankalija, -os, sf bot. capon's feather; 

culver key. Aquilegia vulgaris. 
Kanke, = KanCia. 

Kankyne,-es, sf. torment; torture; pain. 
Kankinys,/. -ne, *. martyr. 



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KaraliSkas 



Kankinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to mar- 
tyr; to rack; to torture; to torment; 
| to fatigue; to weary. 
Kankintinis,/. -ne, *. martyr. 
Kankintojas,/. -|a, s. tormentor; execu- 
tioner. 
Kankles, -iq, */. pi. kind of harp or gui- 
tar. 
Kanklininkas,/. -ke, *. harper; harpist: 

guitar player. 
Kankliuoti(-kliuoju,-kliavau,-kliuosiu), 

v.n. to play on a harp or guitar. 
Kankorezis, -io, sm. cone (of a fir). 
Kanonada, -os, sf. cannonade. 
Kanonierius, -iaus, sm. cannonier; gun- 
* ner. 

Kanonas, -o, sm. canon. 
Kanoniikas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. canonic; canonical. KanonUkos 
tiesos, canon law. 
Kanonizacija, -os, sf canonization. 
Kanonizuoti (-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu), v. 
a. to canonize; to rank with a can- 
on. 
Kanopa, -os, sf hoof. 
Kantas, -o, sm. edge, corner; brim. 
Kan tori us, /. -re, *. chanter; chorister 

(in church). 
Kantriai, adv. patiently. 
Kantrybe, -es, sf , Kantrumas, -o, sm. pa- 
tience. 
Kantrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rio|i, adj. 

patient. 
Kantunga, -os, sf. conscription. 
Kantuoti(-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v. a. to 

make edged, cornered. 
Kanva, -os, sf canvas. 
Kapa, -os, sf. threescore; thrice twenty; 

I cope; sacerdotal cloak. 
Kapas, -o, sm. tomb; sepulcher; grave; 
| tomb; barrow. PL — pai, -4, sm. 
cemetery; burial ground; graveyard. 
Kapdiuoti (-£iuoju,-ciavau,-£iuosiu), t. 
a. to make boundary marks; to 
make hillocks. 
KapSius, -iaus, sm. boundary mark; hil- 
lock. 
Kapeika, -os, sf kopeck. 
Kapele, -es; Kapeli|a, -os, sf. orchestra; 

music band. 
Kapelninkas,/. -ke, *. player; musician. 
Kapelionas, -0, sin. chaplain. 
Kapines, -ii|, */. pi. cemetery; burial 
grounds. 



Kapinis,/.-ne, adj. belonging or pertain- 
ing to a cemetery; of a cemetery, 
burial. 
Kapitalas, -0, sm. capital; wealth. 
Kapitalistas,/.-te, s. capitalist; moneyed 

man or woman. 
Kapitalistiskas, /. -ka, defin, -kasis, /. 

•ko|i, adj. capitalistic. 
Kapitalilkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. capital; main; principal. 
Kapitalizmas, -0, sm. capitalism. 
Kapitonas, -0, sm. captain. 
Kapitula, -os, sf chapter. 
Kapituliacija, -os, sm. capitulation. 
Kapituliuoti (-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v. 

n. to capitulate. 
Kaplys, -io, sm. dull axe; fig. dullard; 

dolt. 
Kapojimas, -0, sm. chopping; cutting; 

hewing. 
Kapok le, -es, sf chopping board. 
Kapoklis, -io, sm. instrument for hew- 
ing or chopping; cleaver; chopper; 
chopping knife. 
Kapone, -es, sf carnage; slaughter; | 
chopped or minced meat; | instru- 
ment for chopping weeds. 
Kapote, -es, sf chopping board; kind 
of wooden vessel for the same pur- 
pose; chopping bowl. 
Kapoti (-poju, -pojau, -posiu), v. a. to 
chop; to hack; to hash; [malkas] to 
chop; to cleave. 
Kapstas, -0, sm. = Kapstys. 
Kapstinetl (-neju,-nejau,-neViu), v.dur., 
Kapstyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v. a. to 
dig; to rummage; to rake; to scrape. 
Kapstys, -sclo, dim. -stelis, sm. hoe; 

pickax. 
Kapsys, -io, dim. -selis, -siukas, sm. 

pouch; purse; money bag. 
Kapucinas, -0, sm. capuchin monk. 
Karabinas, -0, sm. carabine or carbine; 
gun; [kareiriska*] soldier's musket. 
Karai, -4, sm. pi. cart; dray; dray cart. 
Karakirvis, -io, sm. battle-ax. 
Karalaitis, -5io, sm. king's son; prince; 
— te>es,*/*. king's daughter; princess. 
Karaliauti(-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu), v.n. 

to reign; to govern; to rule. 
Karaliene, -es, *fi queen. 
Karalysle, -es, sf kingdom. 
KaraliSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. royal. | — kai, ado. royally. 



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Karaliunas 

Karaliunas, -o, sm. successor to the 
throne; the coming king; — ne, -es, 
sf. the coming queen. 

Karalius, -iaus, sm. king. 

Karapa, -os, dim. -pele, sf. decanter; 
carafe. 

Karas, = KarB. 

Karatas, -o, sm. cafat. 

Karavanas, -o, sm. caravan. 

Karavojas, sm. = Kakvojas. 

Karavedys, Karazygys, see Karvedys, 
Kahzygys. 

Karbas, -o, dim. -bells, sm. basket; | 
dent; notch; nick. 

Karbatkai, -ij, sm. pi. lace. 

Karbatkints,/. -ne, ad/\ lace... 

Karbatkuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), t>. 
a. to Jace; to make lace. 

Karbunkula, -0$, sf. med. carbuncle; an- 
thrax. 

Karbuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tesis,/.-to|i, adj. 
notcln d; dented; indented. 

Karbuoti (-buoju,-bavau,-buosiu), v. a. 
to knotch; to dent; to indent. 

Kartiai, -(j,m. pi. mane. 

Kar&ai, adv. bitterly. 

Kartiama, -os, sf. inn; rural pothouse; 
mughouse; hostlery; beerhall; sa- 
loon. 

Karciaminis,/. -ne, ad;, of a hostlery; of 
an inn; — niai iodziai, obscene 
words; words that may be heard in 
a pothouse. 

Kar&aminlnkas,/. -ke, s. pothouse keep- 
er; saloon keeper. 

Kardas, -0, sm. sword. 

Kardazole, -es, */. bot. cotton thistle. 
Onopordon acanthi um. 

Kardelis, -lo, sm. (dim. of Kardas) lit- 
tle sword; cutlass. 

Kardeiius, -laus, sm. [Kr.] rope; cable. 

Kardininkas,-o,«m. knight of the sword. 
Kardinink% zokonas, Orderof Knights 
of the Sword. 

Kardinolas, -0, sm. cardinal. 

Kardzuvis, -lo, sm. icht. swordfish. 

Kare, -es, sf wtxr; fig. conflict; strife. 
Naminekare, civil war. 

Kareivis, -lo, sm. soldier. 

Kareivyste, -es, */. military service. 

Kareivi§kas,/. -ka, defin. -kasls,/. -ko|i, 
adj. military. | — kai, adv. militari- 
ly; after the manner of a soldier; 
soldierly. 



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Kariauna, -os, sf army; troops; forces. 
Kariauti (-riauju,-riavau,-riausiu), t>.n. 

to wage war; to war; to struggle. 
Kariautojas,/. -|a, *. one who is engaged 

in war; warrior; struggles 
Kariavimas, -0, sm. carrying on war; 

fighting; struggling. 
Karidorius, -iaus, sm. corridor. 
Karieliai, -ty, */. pi. necklace; string of 

beads. 
Karielis, -lo, sm. bead. 
Karieta, -os, sf coach; carriage. 
Karikatura, -os, sf caricature. 
Karingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. warlike; warfaring; valiant. | 
-gal, adv. warlikely. | -gumas, sm. 
warlikeness. 
Karione, -es, sf. war; long war. 
Karlskas,/.-ka, defin. -kasls,/. -ko|l, adj. 
warlike; military. | -kal, adv. mil- 
itarily. 
Kariumene, = Kariauna. 
Karka, -os, sf part of a hog's leg from 

hoof to knee. 
Karkinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to. make 

one croak ar caw. 
Karkias, -0, sm. bot. osier; long leaved 

willow. 
Karklavija, -os, sf. bot. woody night- 
shade; bittersweet. Solanum du lea- 
rn are. 
Karkles, -ty, sf. pi. gate; turnpike. 
Karklynas, -0, sm. willow plot. 
Karklinis, /. -ne, adj. of willow; 

made of willow. 
Karklote, = KautoklE. 
Karkluba,-os, sf wagon rack; cart rack. 
Karksenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Karkseti 
(-siu, -sejau, -sesiu), v.frq., Karkti 
(-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.n. to croak; to 
caw. 
Karkvabalis, -lo,*m. ent. cock-chafer; 

May-bug. 
Karla, -os, sf dwarf; pigmy. 
Karlauka, -os, sf. [Kr.] fir; fir tree. 
Karmazinas, -0, sm. crimson. 
Karmelitas, -0, sm. carmelite; white 
friar. Karmelitii zokonas, Order of 
Carmelites. 
Kama, -os, dim. -nele, sf bast; inner 

bark. 
Karnavalas, -0, sm. carnival. 
Karninis,/. -ne, adj. of bast. 



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Karolina, -OS, sf. Caroline ;Lina; Carrie. 
Karolls, -io v sm. Charles; Charley. 
Karona, -es, sf see Karionb; | penden- 
cy; pendant. 
Karonis, -ies, smf. hanged man or wom- 
an;^, hempen rogue. 
Karosas, -o, sm. icht. crucian. 
Karoti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v. n. to 

hang; to be suspended. 
Karpa, -ot, */. wart; [kruties] nipple; | 

bot. spurge. Euphorbia. 
Karpas, -o, sm. snip; notch; indentation. 
Karpe, -es, */. icht. carp. 
Karpis, -io, sm. bot. privet. Ligustrum 

vulgare. 

Karpyti (-pau,-piau,-pysiu), v Jrq., Kirp- 

ti (kerpu, kirpau, kirpsiu), v. a. to 

shear; to clip; to cut with shears or 

scissors. 

Karpodius, -iaus, sm. warty person. 

Karpotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis,/. -to|l, adj. 

warty; full of warts; verrucose. 
Karpuni, -es, sf. bot. lichen; genus Ver- 

rucaria. 
Karpiole.-es,*/". bot. purple spurge. Eu- 
phorbia peplis. 
Karstas, -o, sm. coffin; | grave; tomb. 
Karstelejes,/. -|iisl, prt. having a some- 
what bitter taste. 
Karsti (-rstu, -rtau, -rsiu), v.n. to grow 

bitter; to become bitter. 
KarstyU (-stau, -sfciau, -slysiu), v.frq., 
Karti (kariu, koriau, karsiu), v. a. to 
hang; to suspend. £ydq karti, to 
make ducks and drakes. 
Karlatis, -las, sf. aged years; decrep- 
itude. 
Karttiavimas, -0, sm. feverish behavior; 

fervency; fit of anger. 
Karttiuoti (-ciuoju,-ciavau l -c'iuosiu), v. 
n. to be ill of a, fever; to have an at- 
tack of fever; fig. to become hot; to 
be angry; to speak deliriously. 
Karse, -es, sf. [= karSatis] decrepi- 
tude; craziness; weakness because 
of old age. 
Kariejas,/. -|a, *. carder. 
Karti mas, -o, sm. getting old; aged life; 
[Svkavimas] carding; hatchelling. 
Kariinimas, -o, sm. care and sustenance 
of one in his old age; [kvarsHnimas] 
irritation; vexation. 
Kariinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to take 



care, to sustain one in his old age; 

[kvarSinti] to irritate; to annoy; to 

vex; to trouble; to tease. 
Karstagalvis,/.-ve,« enthusiast; zealot; 

madman 
Karstas, /. -ta, defin- -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

hot; fig. ardent; fiery; passionate. | 

-tai,arf«?. hotly; ardently; vehement- 

Karitauti (-tauju, -tavau, -tausiu), v.n. 
to wax warm; to fall into a passion. 
Karsti ([kar'sti] -siu,-siau,-&iu), v.a. to 
comb; to card; [linus] to hatchel 
2.— [ka'rsti], r./». to be in one's 
aged years; to bo decrepit. • 
KarityW, -es, */. heat; hotness. 
Karitymetis, -Sio, sm. heat (in summers. 
Karstyn, adv., — eiti, to grow hot. 
Karstine, = KakStligE. 
Karitis, -Sio, sm. heat; | fever. 
Karitlige, -is.sf.med. burning fever; 

nervous fever; typhus. 
Karitokas,/. -lea, adj. somewhat hot. 
Kaiitumas, -o, sm. hotness; heat; ardor; 

fervency. 
Karstuvai, -i|, sm. pi comb; hatchel; 

card. 
Karituve, -es, */. carding shop. 
Kart [abbr. o/Kartab], one time; once. 
| Kart, Kartu, [=drauge] together 
altogether; in all. 
Karta,-os,*/. [=ge?itkarte] generation; 

[sluogsnis] layer; bed; stratum. 
Kartace, -es, sf. cartouch; cartridge. 
Kartais, adv. sometimes; at times; from 

time to time. 
Kartas, -o, sm. time; bout. 
Kartela, -es, sf. bot. bitier-wort;felwort; 

gentian. Qentiana. 
Kartenimas, -o,*m. tacking about. 
Kartenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.n. to tack 

about. 
Karti, see Karstyti. 
Kartybe, -es, */. bitterness. 
Kartinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu) f v. a. to make 

bitter; to embitter. 
Kartis [ka'rtis],-ies,*/. pole; perch. 
Kartis [ka'rtis],-5io,«m. a dry meas- 
ure: LietuvUkasis k. equal to 1. 8€ 
bushel, and VarSavinis k. =2. 72 
bushel. 
Kartis [Uar'tis],-c1o, usually in the pi 
Kariiai, -ii|,«m. mane; I [kartumas] 
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Kartkar&ais, adv. from time to time. 

Kartokas, /. -ka, adj. bitterish; some- 
what bitter. 

Kartokle, -es, */. mold-board. 

Kartoti (-toju,-tojau,-tosiu), v. a', tore- 
peat; — dirrq, to plough once more; 
to repeat ploughing. 

Kartumas, -o f sm. bitterness. 

Kartumynai, -ij, sm. pi. bitter things or 
preparations; bitters. 

Kartunas, -o, sm. cotton; calico. 

Kartuninis,/. -ne, adj. made of cotton or 
calico. 

Kartunta, adv. some day hereafter; 
some day or other. 

Kartus,/.-ti, ntr.-\u f dejin. -tusis,/.-£lo)i, 
adj. bitter. | — 6iai v adv. bitterly. 

Kartuves, -iij, sf. pi. gallows; gibbet. 

Karuliai, -ii| f sm. pi. fringe: | icicle. 

Karuna, -os, dim. -nele, sf [vainikas] 
crown; coronet; [vieUava] standard; 
flag. 

Karunavimas, -o, sm. coronation; crown- 
ing. 

KaruniniSj/.-ne/frf/. of a crown; crown... 

Karunuoti (nuoju,-navau,-nuosiu), v. a. 
to crown. 

Karus, /. -ri, dejin. -rusis, /. -rio|i, adj. 
hanging; slack; flaccid. | —rial, adv. 
flaccidly. 

Karutis, -£io, sm. barrow; wheel-bar- 
row. 

Karuzas, -o, sm. standard bearer [? Pol. 
CHORazY, standard bearer]. 

Karuze, -es, sf. [in poetry] war. 

Karvazole, = KarvzolE. 

Karve, -es, dim. -vaite, -vele, -vyte, -vute, 
sf. cow. 

Karvedys, -dzio, sm. leader of an army; 
commander-in-chief. 

Karveliautl (-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu), v. 
n. to catch pigeons. 

Karvelycla, -ios, sf. hen pigeon. 

Karvdfinyc'ia,-los,*/'. pigeon house; dove- 
cot. 

Karvelininkas,/. -k§, *. pigeon fancier; 
[vmagas] pigeon hawk; goshawk. 

Karvelinis, /. -n«, adj. of pigeon; of 
dove; dove.... 

Karvelis,-io, sm. dove; pigeon. Laukinis 
— , wild pigeon ; st ook-dove; | month 
of April. 

Karvide, -es, sf. cow house. 



Kasmena 



Karviena, -os, sf. cow beef. 

Karviete, Kariaviete, -es, */. battle field. 

Karvftius,/. -se, *. (vulg.) cow tender. 

Ka.rvojus, -aus, sm. wedding cake. 

KarvoSius, -iaus, sm. cow dung. 

Karvzole, -es, */. bot. meadow bouts; 
common marsh-marigold. Caltha 
palustris; | crow's foot: great white 
ox-eye; moon-flower. Bell is praton- 
sis v . Leucanthomum vulgare. 

Karzygys,-io, sm. expedition; campaign; 
march; [Kr.] warrior; champion; 
hero. 

Karzygyste, -es, */. the art or science of 
directing great military forces or 
movements; strategy. 

Karzygiskas,/. -ka, dejin. .kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. strategic; strategical; | belong- 
ing (or pertaining) to an expedition 
or campaign; | [Kr.\ heroic; heroic- 
al. | — kai, adv. heroically. 

Kas, pron. who? what? Kas tent who 
is there? Kas taif what is it? | some 
one; somebody. Man taikas pasake. 
some one told me that. Kas diena; 
kassykis, every day; every time. 

Kasa, -OS, sf. braid; tress of hair: plait; 
| money chest; money box; treasury. 

Kasdien, adv. daily; every d;iy. 

Kasdieninis,/. -ne, adj. daily; diurnal. 

Kasdieniskas,/. -ka, dejin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. daily; diurnal; | ordinary; com- 
monplace. 

Kasejas,/. -|a, s. digger. 

Kasgi, pron. who: who then ; what then. 

Kasierius, -iaus, sm. cashier; cash keep- 
er; treasurer. 

Kas i kas,/. -ke, s. digger. 

Kasykia, -os, sf. mine; quarry; pit. 

Kasimas, -o, sm. digging; mining. 

Kasymas, -0, sm. scratching. 

Kasineti (-neju,-nejau,-n6siu), v.a.frq. 
to dig about; to rake about. 

Kasyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. a. to 
scratch; to rub; — galrq f to scratch 
one's head. | —a, v. rfl. to scratch 
one's sell 

Kaskart, adv. every timet still; more 
and more. 

Kaslink, adv. as to-, as for; with regard 
to; with respect to. 

Kasmena, -os, sf. fossil. 



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Kasmet, Kasmetai, adv. every year; an- 
nually. 
Kasmetinis,/. -ne, adj. yearly; of every 

year; annual. 
Kasnakt, adv. every night; nightly. 
Kasnedel, adv. weekly; every week. 
Kasnedelinis,/. -ne, adj. of every week; 

weekly. 
Kasninkas, -o, dim. -kelis, sm. hair lace; 

ribbon. 
Kasnis, -io, dim. -nelis, sm. mouthful; 

piece; bit; morsel. 
Kasnors, pron. somebody; some one; 

any one. 
Kasnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v. a.frq. 

to eat leisurely; to masticate. 
Kaspinas, -o, dim. -nelis, am. band; rib- 
bon. 
Kaspinele, -es, */. bot. bur-reed. Spar- 

ganium. 
Kasryt, Kasryts, adv. every morning. 
Kassyk, adv. every time; always; more 

and more. 
Kasti(-su, -siau, -siu), v. a. to dig; to 

ditch ; to trench. 
Kasti (kandu, kandau, kasiu), v. a. to 

bite; colloq. to eat. 
Kastyne, usually in tlie pi. -nes, -ii|, sf. 

mine; quarry. 
Kastinis,/. -ne, adj. made by digging; 

[sviestas] rank butter; strong butter. 
Kastuvas, -0> sm. scraper; scraping iron. 
KaSe, -es, dim. -Sale, sf. basket; dosser; 

pannier; [malune] hopper; mill hop- 
per. 
Kaselninkas, /. -ke, sm. basket maker; 

basket seller. 
Kaska, -os, sf. wooden hook or hinge 

of a door. 
Kaskietas, -o, sm. cap. 
Kasmeras, -o,sm. cassimere. 
Kastanas,-o, sm.bot. chestnut; chestnut 

tree. Aesculus hippocastanum. | 

[arklys] chestnut horse. 
Kasteninis,/.-ne, adj. of chestnut, made 

of chestnut wood; chestnut... 
Kastas, -o, sm. cost; expense; charge. 
Kastaunas,/.-na, d<$n.-nasIs,/.-no|i, adj. 

expensive; costly. 
Kastaunumas, -0, sm. expensiveness; 

costliness. 
Kaitelionas, -o, sm. castellan. 



Kauburys 

Kastuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v.n. to 
cost; to stand one in for; to bear the 
price. I — s, v. rfl. to spend or give 
out money; to expend. 

Kasuba, -o, sm. inhabitant of Little 
Pomerania. 

Katafalkas, -o, sm. catafaloo. 

Katakomba, -os, */. catacomb. 

Katalikas,/. -ke, *. catholic. 

Katalikyste, -es, */. Catholicism. 

Katalikiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. catholic; catholical. | — kai, adt>. 
catholicly ; in a catholic manner. 

Katalogas, -o, sm. catalogue. 

Kataraktas, -o, sm. cataract. 

Katastrofa, -os, sf catastrophe. 

Kate, -es, sf cat. 

Katedra, -os, sf cathedral ; | lecturer's 
or professor's desk ; cathedra. 

Kategorija, -os, sf. category. 

Kategoriskas,/. -ka, adj. categorical. | 
— kai, adv. categorically. 

Katekizmas, -o, sm. catechism. 

Katilas, -o, dim. -lelis, sm. caldron; ket- 
tle; copper; boiler. 

Katiliukai,-i|, sm.pl.bot. capon's feather; 
culver key; columbine. Aquilegia 
vulgaris. 

Katilius, -iaus, sm. brazier; copper- 
smith. 

Katinas, -0, sm. male cat; he cat; tom- 
cat. 

Katinpau&al, -iij, sm. pi. species of ber- 
ries. 

Katpede, -es, sf. hot. cudweed; everlast- 
ing; cat's foot; chaste- weed. Gna- 
phalium dioicum. 

Katraip, adv. in what manner. 

Katras,/. •x^pron. which; which one; 
| each. 

Katryna, -os, */., abbr. Katre, dim. -riuke, 
-ryte, */. Catharine; Kate. 

Katrul, adv. which way; what way; 
whither. 

Katuoge, -es, sf. bot. bearberry; bear- 
grape. Arbutus uva ursi. 

Katuriuotl (-riuoju,-riavau,-riuosiu), v. 
a. to tickle; to titillate. 

Ratio I e, -€s, sf. bot. catnip; catmint. 
Nepeta cataria. 

Kauburys, -io, dim. -relis, sm. boss; pro- 
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Kauclja, -o$, sf. bail; security; surety. 
Uistatyti kaucyq, to give bail; to 
give bond. 

Kautukas, -o, sm. caoutchouc; India 
rubber. 

Kauge, see KiaugE. 

Kaukale, -es, sf. [Kr.] species of sea 
bird. 

Kaukara, -os, sf. crag: hill; hillock. 

Kaukarotas,/.-ta, <&/?/*. -tasis,/.-to|i, adj. 
craggy; hilly. 

Kaukas, -o, sm. goblin; gnome. 

Kaukazas, -o, sm. Caucasus. 

Kaukaziskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. Caucasian. 

Kauke, -is, sf. mask; masque. 

Kaukimas, -o, sm. howling; howl. 

Kaukole, -es, sf. skull; brainpan; cra- 
nium. 

Kauksmas, -o, sm. howling. 

Kaukos, -ij, sf. pi. vet strangles. 

Kaukspenis, -io, sm. thunderbolt; thun- 
der-stone. 

Kaukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to howl; 
to yell ; [apie audrq] to howl; to roar. 

Kauiapleve, -es, sf. periosteum 

Kaulas, -o, sm. bone. Slapio — , ivory. 

Kaulavaisis, -io, sm. drupe. 

Kaulaviete, -es, sf. ossuary. 

Kaulazole,-es, sf.bot. touch-me-not; bal- 
samine; eagle-flower. Impatiens. 

Kaulelis, -io, [dim. of Kaulas] , sm. a 
small bone; [vaisiaus] stone; [tais- 
mes] die, pi. dice. 

Kaulingas,/.-ga,cte/?n.-gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 
full of bones; osseous; bony. 

Kauliny&a, -ios,/. charnel house; ossu- 
ary. 

Kaulininkas, /. -ke, s. bone gatherer; 
bone buyer. 

Kaulinis,/. -no, adj. of a bone; made of 
bone. 

Kaulyti (-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v.a. (vulg.) 
to ask, to demand earnestly. 

Kauluotas,/. -ta f defin. -tasls,/. -tofi, adj. 
bony ; osseous. 

Kaunas, -o, sm. (city) Kovno. 

Kaupas, -o, sm. heap; pile; [saiko] ex- 
cess; over measure. 

Kaupuoti (-puoju, -pavau, -puosiu), 
Kaupti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to 
heap; to pile; [bulves] to hill. 

Kauras, -o, dim. -relis, sm. carpet; tap- 
estry; rug. | 



Keiksmfnfnkas 

Kaurininkas,/. -kg, *. carpet manufac- 
turer; carpet weaver; carpet seller. 

Kaustyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), v. a. to 
bind with iron; [arklf] to shoe. 

KauSas, -o, dim. -Selis, sm. scoop; ladle; 
(vulg.) dullard; blockhead. 

Kautas, -o, sm. ent. grasshopper. 

Kautis (kaujuos, koviaus, kausiuos), v. 
rfl. to combat; to fight; to wrestle. 

Kauzurai, -q, sm. pi. (vulg.) h^ir; locks; 
curls. 

Kava, -os, sf. coffee. 

Kavalerija, -os, sf. cavalry. 

Kavalierius, -iaus, sm. a single man; 
bachelor. 

Kavone, -es, sf. place of concealment; 
lurking place; ambuscade. 

Kavoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v. a. to 
hide; to conceal ; [numirelj] to bury. 
I _$ f v ,rfl. to hide or conceal one's 
self. 

Kaza, -os, */. jail; lockup. 

Kazarme, -es, sf. barrack. 

Kazelekas, -0, sm. butter mushroom. 

Kazemekas, -0, sm. tanner; leather dres- 
ser. 

Kazikas, [o/kaa £ino kas] who knows 
who; some one; somebody. 

Kazokas,/. -W, *. cossack ; \bot. ama- 
ranth! flower-amour. Amaranthus. 

Kazuaras, -0, sm. orn. cassowary. 

Kebeklls, -Io, Kebenekas, -0, sm. hook; 
crampoon. 

Keblineti (-n6ju,-n§jau,-n§siu), v.n.frq. 
to rove, to ramble about. 

Keblumas,-o, sm. difficulty; perplexity; 
embarrassment; trouble. 

Keblus,/. -li, nfr.-lu, defin -lusis,/. -lio|i, 
adj. difficult; hard. Keblus keUas, a 
difficult road. Keblus dalyku. stovis, 
perplexed state of affairs. 

Kede, -es, sf. bench; stool. 

Kedelis, -io, sm. petticoat. 

Kedenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to pull; 
to tug; to pluck; — vUnas, to pick 
wool. - 

Keikejas,/. -|a, s. cursor. 

Keikestis, -*io, Keikimas, -0, Keiksmas, -0, 
sm. cursing; curse. 

Keiksmingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|l, 
adj. containing a curse; blasphe- 
mous; calumnious. 

Keiksmininkas,/. -ke, s. curser. 



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Keikti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. a. to curse; 
to execrate. | — $, v.rfl. to curse one's 
self. 

Keistai, ade. singularly; oddly; strange- 
ly. 

Keistas, /. -fa, defin. -tasis, /. -tofi, adj. 
strange; odd; queer; curious; singu- 
lar; peculiar. 

Keisti (keiciu, keiSiau, keisiu), v. a. to 
change; to exchange. 

Keistybe,-es,«f. oddity; wondrous thing; 
prodigy. 

Reistumas, -o, sm. strangeness; oddity; 
singularity. 

Keke, -es, *f. bunch; cluster. 

Keketas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to(i, adj. 
bunchy; clustery. 

Kekiauti (-sauju, -savau, -sausiu), v. n. 
frq. to whore; to practice lewdness. 

Kekiavimas, -o, sm. prostitution. 

Kekie, -es, sf. courtesan; prostitute. 

Kekiepirslis,/. -le, *. pander; procurer; 
pimp. 

KekSininkas, /. -ke, *. person given to 
lewdness; whoremaster; prostitute. 

Kekiinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to call 
one a prostitute. 

Kekiyste, -es, sf. prostitution; fornica- 
tion; adultery. 

Kekitas, -o, sm. orn. woodpecker. 

Keksuoge, -es, sf. hot. one-berry; true 
love. Paris. 

Kelda, -os,*/. feast; festival. 

Keleivis,/. -ve, s. traveler; tourist; pas- 
senger; wanderer. 

Keleriopas,/. -pa, adj. of many kinds or 
sorts; various; multifarious; diverse. 

Keletas, -0, num. some; few; several; 
sundry [not exceeding ten]. 

Keli,/. -lios, num. indtf. some; few; se- 
veral [more than two or three but 
not exceeding ten] ; | num. interr. 
how many? 

Keliaraistis, -Jio,*m. garter; knee string. 

Keliarodis,/. -de,*, guide; guide post. 

Kelias, -io, dim. -leiis, sm. road; way. 

Keliauninkas,/. -ke, *. traveler; tourist ; 
journeyer. 

Keliauti (-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu), v. n. 
to travel; to journey. 

Keliauto}as,/. -|a, «. traveler. 

Keliavimas, -o, sm. traveling. 
Kelines, -ty, sf. pi. trousers; breeches; 
[apatmes] drawers. 



Kenksmingas 

Kelinetas,/. -ta, adj. having trousers or 
breeches on. 

Kelintas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -top, num. 
interr. what in number; which in 
the line; [Latin quotus]. Kelinta 
valandat what o'clock is it? | num. 
indef. not one; several; sundry. 

Keliolika, -os, num. several [more than 
ten but not exceeding twenty.] 

Kelione, -es, sf. [sausiemiu] journey; 
[vandeniu, juremis] voyage; [trumpa 
k.] trip; tour; excursion. 

Kellonplnigiai, -iq, sm. pi. money for 
traveling. 

Kelys, -io, sm. knee; [augalo] knot; 
joint. 

Keimas, -o, dim.*me\\%,sm. stump; stub. 

Kelmyne,-es,#/. a stumpy piece of land; 
a place abounding with stubs. 

Kelmingas,/-ga, defin.-qn%\s 9 f-qo\l,adj. 
stump; full of stumps. 

Kelmute, -es, sf kind of mushroom. 

Kelne, -es, */. trowel. 

Kelnes, = KelinEs. 

Keinore, -es, sf. cellar. 

Kelra litis, -Cio, sm. garter. 

Keltl (-liu,-liau,-lsiu), v.a. to raise; to 
lift; [iSmiegu] to waken; to rouse; 
— pietus, to give a dinner; — baity, 
to arrange a ball. | — s, v.rfl. to rise; 
[is miegu] to rise; to get up. 

Keltuva, -os, sf. neat; cow. 

Keltuvas, -0, sm. [buomatt] lever; [kelia- 
moji matina] hoisting machine; 
hoist; lift; elevator. 

Keltuve, -es, sf. handle of a flail. 

Keltuves,-iij, sf. pi ceremony of rousing 
of the bridal couple. 

Kelviete, -es, sf. trace of an old road. 

Kemerai, -ij, sm. pi. hot. tripartite; bur- 
marigold. Bidens tripartita. 

Kemerys, -io, sm. double nut. 

Kemija, see Chemija. 

Kempe,Kempine, -es, sf. sponge: fungus. 

Kempetas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /.-toil, &dj- 
spongy. 

Kenge, -es, sf. hook (in a wall). 

Kenksmingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/ -goji, 
adj. harmful; hurtful; noxious; in- 
jurious. | — gai, adv. harmfully; 
noxiously; injuriously. | — gumas, 
sm. hurtfulness; injuriousness; nox- 
iousness; noisomeness. 



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Kenkti 

Ken Ml (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to wrong; 
to harm; to hurt; to injure; to dam- 
age; 1 to ail; to pain. lias tan ken- 
kia? what ails you? 

Keno, [gen. of Kas] whose. 

Kentejimas, -o, sm. suffering; suffer- 
ance. 

Kenteti (kentfiu, -tejau, -tesiu), v.a. to 
suffer; to bear; to endure pain. 

Kepalas, -o, dim. -lelis, sm. loaf. 

Kepe|as,/. -|a, s. baker. 

Kepeninis,/. -ne, adj. of the liver; he- 
patic, hepatical. Kepenine desra, 
liver pudding. 

Kepenys, -ii|, sf pi. liver. 

Keperza, -os, smf dandiprat; dwarf. 

Kepimas, -o, sm. baking; roasting; fry- 
ing. 

Kepinys, -io, sm. batch ; | roast. 

Kepinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to broil; 
to bake; to roast; to fry. 

Kepsnys, -io, sm. roast; roast meat. 

Kepstereti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. a. to 
hit or strike slightly; to tap. 

Keptas,/. -ta,pr*. roast; fried; baked. 

Kepti (-pu,-piau,-psiu), v.a.n. to bake; 
to fry: to roast; to broil. 

Keptuve, -es, sf. bakery; baking house. 

Kepure, -es, dim. -raite, -rele, sf. cap. 

Kepurninkas,/. -ke, s. cap maker; cap 
seller. 

Kerai.-uym. pi. charm; spell; witchery; 
sorcery. 

Keras, -o, sm. shrub; bush. 

Kertta, -ios, sf. [= krikttasuolc] place 
of honor at table; | corner; angle. # 

Kerdziauti (-dziauju, -dziavau, -d/.iau- 
siu), v. n. to serve as a herdsman; 
to be herdsman. 

Kerdzius, -iaus, sm. herdsman. 

Kerdziuviene, -es, sf wife of herdsman. 

Kerepla, -OS, sf. kind of play; | dandi- 
prat; runt. 

Kereti(- riu, -rejau, -resiu), v.a. to witch; 
to practice sorcery; to fascinate; to 
enchant. 

Kerezis, -io, sm. hot. rhizomorpha; | 
dwarf-shrub. 

Kergti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to join; 
to annex; to affix. 

Kerydios, -ty, sf. pi. charms. 

Kermosinis,/. -ne, adj. market...; of a 
market. 



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Kermosius, -iaus, sm. kirmess; fair; 
market. 

Kerosinas, -o, sm. petroleum; coal oil. 

Kerosininls,/. -ne, adj. of coal oil. 

Keroti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v. n. to 
grow in the manner of a dwarfish 
shrub; to be stunted. 

Kerpe, -es, sf. bot. lungwort. Pulmona- 
ria; | crown of a bulbous root; | 
pi. Kerpes, -ii|, sf. lichen; rock moss; 
tree moss. 

Kerpetas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|l, adj. 
overgrown with lichen or rock 
moss 

Kerpeti (-peju,-p€jau,-pesiu), v.jn. to 
grow over with lichen or moss. 

Kerpleias, -o, sm. an eradicated tree or 
shrub. 

Kesetis {-sejuos, -sSjaus, -sesiuos), Ke- 
sintis(-nuos/-naus,-nsiuos), v. rfl. to 
attempt; to make an attempt. 

Kersteklis, -io, sm. holing-axe; j lancet; 
fleam. 

Kersas, /. -sa, defin. -sasis,/. 4o|i, adj. 
party-colored; checked. 

Kerittius, -£iaus, sm. threatener. 

Kersijimas, -o, sm. threatening to re- 
venge. 

Kersis,/. -$e, *. party-colored or spot- 
ted animal. 

Kersyti (-siju, -sijau, -Sysiu), v. n. to 
threaten; to menace; to threaten re- 
venge. 

Keritas, -o, sm. threatening; threats to 
revenge; desire for revenge. 

Keritauti (-tauju,-tavau,-tausiu),t> n. to 
threaten revenge. 

KerStingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goii, 
adj. threatening to revenge; vindic- 
tive; revengeful. | — gai, adv. vindic- 
tively: revengefully. 

KerStingumas, -o, sm. vindictiveness; 
revengefulness. 

Kerstininkas,/. -ke\ *. one who threat- 
ens or menaces revenge; a vindictive 
person. 

Kersutis, -5io, sm. ringdove; cushat. 

Kerte, -es, sf corner; angle. 

Kertinis,/. -ne, adj. of a corner; placed 
in a corner; pertaining or belonging 
to a corner. 

Kertukas, -o, sm. zool. ranny; shrew- 
mouse. 



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Kertuotas,/. -ta, de/fo.-tasis,/. 4o\\,adj. 
cornered; | quadrate; quadratic. 

Kesmas, -o, sm. suffering. 

Kesti (ken&u, ken&au, kesiu), v. a. to 
suffer; to bear; to endure; | to bear; 
to tolerate; to allow. 

Kettios, -lq, */. pi bier; handbarrow. 

Ketera, -o$, */. withers; [kalny] ridge. 

Keteti (-tu,-tejau,-tesiu), = Kbtinti. 

Ketinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.n. to intend; 
to purpose; to promise. 

Keturake, -es, */. four (of cards). 

Keturdienis, -io, sm. period of four days. 

Keturgalvis, /. -ve, s. & adj. one with 
four heads; four-headed. 

Keturi,/. -los, num. card. four. 

Keturias-desimtas,/. -la, num. ord. for- 
tieth. 

Keturiese, adv. four. 

Keturiolika, num. card, fourteen. 

Keturiolikis, Keturiolikintas, = Keturio- 

LIKTAS. 

Keturioliktas,/. -ta, dcfin. -tasis, /. -toil, 

num. ord. fourteenth. 

Keturios-desimtys, ntm. card, forty. 

Keturkampinis,/-ne, adj. quadrangular; 
square. 

Keturkampis, -io, sm. quadrangle. 

Keturkoiis,/. -|e,#. & adj. four footed 
one; quadruped. 

Keturlinkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. fourfold; quadruple. 

Keturpesta, Keturpestoms, adv. on all 
fours. 

Keturrankis,/. -ke,«. db adj. four hand- 
ed one; quadrumane. 

Ketvergas,-o, sm. Thursday. Didysis — , 
Maundy Thursday. 

Ketvergis, /. -ge, *. animal four years 
old. 

Ketveri, /. -rios, num. card, four (used 
with plural nouns). 

Ketverinis,/. -ne, adj.,—vctimas % car- 
riage drawn by four horses; — na~ 
mas, four storied building. 

Ketveriopas, /. -pa, defin. -pasis,/. -poll, 
adj. of four kinds or sorts; quadru- 
ple. 

Ketvertas, -o, sm. four (as a unity). 

Ketvirtadienis, -io, sm. Thursday. 
Ketvirtainis, /. -ne, adj. square; quad- 
rate; quadratic. 
Ketvtrtas,/.-ta, de/U.. tasis,/. -to|i,nwm. 
ord. fourth. 



Klaurmedis 

Ketvirtis, -*io, sm. dry measure contain- 
ing 0. 68 of a bushel; I piece of til- 
lable ground equal to 10. 8 acres. 
Ketvirtuotl (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v.a. 
to divide into four parts; to quarter. 
Kevalas, "0,sm. shell; husk. 
Kevaluotas,/.-ta, cfc/Sn. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

shelly; husky. 
Keve, -es, sf. bad mare; jade. 
Kevekstys,/. -te, s. [Kr.] bastard. 
Kevinas, -o, sm. bad horse; jade. 
Kiauge, -es, dim. -gele, sf. cock; rick (of 

hay or straw); heap; pile. 
Kiaukseti (-siu, -sgjau, -sesiu), v. n. to 

bark. 

Kiaule,-es, dim. -laite, -leli, -lyti, sf. sow; 

pig; hog. JMari% — , porpoise; sea 

hog. 

Kiaulgrybis, -Io, sm. kind of mushroom. 

Kiaulgruie, -es, sf. wild pear; wUd pear 

tree. 
Kiaulide, -es, */. pig sty; hog pen. 
Kiauliena, -os, sf. pork. 
Kiaulininkas,/. -ke, s. swineherd; swine 

tender; hog keeper. 
Kiaulinis,/. -ne, adj. of a hog. 
Kiaulyste, -is, sf. swinishness; hoggish- 

ness. 
Kiaulisius,/. -Se,*. (in cont.) swineherd. 
Kiauliskas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 
hoggish; swinish; swine like. | — kai, 
adv. hoggishly; swinishly. 
Kiauliskumas, -o, sm. hoggishness. 
Kiaulpiene, -es, */. hot. spurge; milk- 
wort. Euphorbia. 
Kiaultvartis, -fiio, sm. pig sty. 
Kiauluoge, -es, */. hot. hourftl -berry; 
nightshade; bittersweet. Salanum 
nigrum. 
Kiaulute,-es, [dim. o/KiaulE], sf. little 
pig. Juri% — , Guinea pig. Kiauluty 
muSti; — dvaran varyti, a kind of 
play. 
Kiaune, -es, */. tool, marten. 
Kiauras,/. -ra, defin. -rasis,/. -ro|i, adj. 
hollow; having a hole; leaky; per- 
forated. | -rai, adv. through. 
Kiaurinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to hol- 
low; to perforate; to punch. 
Kiaurmedis,-dzio,*w. bot. elder tree, ge- 
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Kiauroja, -sios, #/. (coUoq.) abyss; bell. 

Kiaurroze, -es, sf. bot. hollyhock; rose- 
mallow. Althaea rosea. 

KIauSas,-0, sm. [= kaukole] skull ; cra- 
nium; [MavMnio] shell. 

Kiauiinauti (-nauju,-navau,-nausiu), v. 
n. to gather eggs; to collect eggs. 

Kiauiiniene,-es, sf. beaten eggs; omelet; 
custard. 

Kiausinis, Kiauiis, -io, sm. egg. 

Kiauiytl (-§iju f -Sijau, -§ysiu), v.n. (col- 
loq.) to go. 

Kibeklas, -o, sm. = Kbbbklis. 

Kibyklas, -o, sm. coupling; joint; junc- 
ture. 

Kibinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to touch; 
to tickle. 

Klbiras, -o, sm. pail; bucket. 

Kibirkstis, -ies, dim. -tele, sf. spark; 
sparkle. 

KibirkStytl ( tiju, -tijau, -tysiu), v.a. to 
cause to sparkle; to make sparkling. 

Kibirninkas,/. -ke, s. pail maker; pail 
seller. 

Kibis, -io, sm. [Mi.] porcupine. 

Kiboti (-bu,-bojau,-bosiu), v.n. to hang; 
to be suspended. 

Kibti (kimbu, kibau, kibsiu), v. n. to 
hang on; to stick to; to cling to; 
[ant metikeres] to catch; — kam\ 
plaukus, to seize or gripe one by the 
hair. 

Kiburuoti (-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v. n. 
to sparkle; to emit sparkles. | v. a. 
to make sparkling. 

Kibzdeti (-du, -dejau, -d§siu) f v. n. to 
swarm. 

Kiek, adv. how much? how many? 
Kiek norif how much or many do you 
1 want? OausiBek norm? you shall 
get-as much or many as you like. 

Kiekybe, -as, */. quantity. 

Kiekybinis,/.-ne, Kiekybi*kas,/.-ka, defln. 
-kasis,/. -koii, adj. quantitative. 

Kieksyk, adv. how many times; as 
often as. 

Kiekvienas,/. -na, adj. every one; each 
one. 

Kiele, -es, sf. orn. water wagtail. 

Kielikas, -o, sm. chalice; calice; com- 
munion cup. 

Kiemas, -o, dim. -metis, sm. yard; court; 
| farm, {kiemus eiti, to go on a visit; 
to go to see. 



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Kiemineti (-n5ju,-nejau,-n§siu), t?.n.,— s, 
v. rfl. to be a guest. 

Kiemionis, -io, sm. peasant; farmer. 

Kietas,/. -ta, defin . -tasis,/ -toH, adj. hard. 

Kieteti (-tgju, -t€jau f -tesiu), v. n. to 
grow hard ; to harden. 

Kietgalvis, /. -ve, s. <& adj. thickskull; 
dull person. 

Kietinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to make 
hard; to harden; to indurate. 

Kietis, -clo, sm. bot. wormwood; mug- 
wort. Artemisia vulgaris. 

Kletnasrls,/. -re, s. d adj. hard mouth- 
ed one. 

Kietokas,/. -ka, adj. pretty hard. 

Kietsprandis,/.-de,«. <ft adj. stiffnecked 
one; headstrong; stubborn; obsti- 
nate. 

Kietsprandyste, -es, sf. stubbornness; ob- 
stinacy. 

Kiefcirdis,/. -di, s. & adj. hard hearted 
one ; pitiless. 

Kietumas, -o, sm. hardness. 

Kietzandis,/. -de, s. & adj. hard mouth- 
ed one. 

Kietzemis, -io, sm. continent. 

Kygzdyti (-zdau,-zdziau,-zdysiu), v.a. to 
irritate ; to anger ; to provoke to anger. 

Kykas, -o, sm. hood. 

Kikilis, -io, sm. orn. goldfinch. 

Kiklikas, -o, sm. waist; bodice. 

Kyla, -OS, */. rupture; hernia. 

Kyleti (-leju, -lejau, -lesiu), v.a. to lift 
slightly; to raise; to elevate. 

Kilimas, -0, sm. rising; rise; origin; | el- 
evation; elevated ground; rising 
ground; carpet; rug. 

Kylys, -io, sm. wedge; quoin; | gore; 
gusset. 

Kyliuoti (-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v. a. 
to wedge. 

Kilme, -es, */. Kiltis. 

Kilnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v.ajrq. to 
lift; to raise; | to move from one 
place to another; to remove. | — s, 
v.rfl. to move from one place to 
another; to wander. 

Kilnus, /. -n\,dcjin. -nusis, /. -nioji, adj. 
stately. = Prakilnits. 

Kilpa,-os, sf. noose; running knot; [bat- 
no] stirrup. 

Kilpine, -es, */. sling; lasso; | bow; 
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Kilpininkas,/. -ke, *. bow maker; bow- 
man; archer. 
Kilpinls, -lo 9 sm. bow. 
Kiipsaitis, -cio, sm. stirrup leather. 
Kiltas, /. -ta f defin. -tasis, /. -toil, adj. 
stately; noble; illustrious. Kiltas vy- 
ras, illustrious man; | coarse; thick 
(said of cloth). 
Kilti (kjlu, kilau, kilsiu), v. n. to rise; 

to arise; to originate. 
Kiltininkas, -o, sm. gram, genitive case. 
Kiltis, -let, sf. origin; rise. 
KiHumas, -o, sm. nobleness. 
Kimbus,/. -bi f defin. -busis,/. -bio|I, adj. 

captious; apt to cavil; insidious. 
Kiminai, -ty, sm. pi moss. 
Klmontas, -o, sm. cement. 
Kimpe, Kimpine,-es, sf. sponge. = Krm- 

pE. 
Klmsa, -os, sf. overfilled or overcrowd- 
ed place; | crowd; jam; throng. 
Kimiti (kemsu, kimsau, kimsiu), v. a. 
to stuff ; to cram. | — %,v.rfl. to thrust 
one's self; to intrude. 
Kimti (-mstu,-mau,-msiu), v.n. to grow 

hoarse. 
Kimulys, -Io, sm. hoarseness. 
Kimus,/. -mi, defin. -musls./.-mloJI, adj. 
hoarse; | deaf; dull. | -mial, adv. 
hoarsely; deafly. 
Kindziukas, -o, sm. meat pudding; hog's 

head cheese. = Skylandis. 
Kinka, -0$, sf. bend of the knee;|thigh; 

femur. 
Kinkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
tackle ; to hitch the horse to the wag- 
on. 
Kinkle, -os, sf. bend of the knee. 
Kinknoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v.n.frq. 

to hobble; to limp; {galvq] to nod. 
Kiotys, -flo, sm. kind of basket. 
Kypa, -os, if. fifteen in number. 
Kirbas, -o, sm. piece of fur. 
Klrbyne,-es, dim. -nolo,*/. flle;line;row; 

[paukmu] flock; flight. 
Kirka, -os, sf. mattock; pick. 
KirkinU (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 
one cackle (as a goose); fig. to tease; 
to annoy. 
Kirksiti (-ksiu,-ks€jau,-ksesiu), v.n to 

cackle. 
Kirkinis,-ies,0f. anat. groin. 
Klrkti(-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to creak; 
to screak. 



Kilkisna 

Kirlys, -Io, sm. orn. vulture. 

Kirmele, -os, sf. worm; reptile; vermin; 

maggot. 
Kirmelyne, -os, sf. place invaded by 

worms or reptiles; (bibl.) the day of 

Worms (25-th of January). 
Kirminas, -o, sm. worm ; reptile. 
Kirmyti (-myju,-mijau,-mysiu) f v.n. to 

putrefy; to rot. 
Kirmvarpa, -os, */., Klrmvarpla, -Io, sm. 

cankerworm. 
Kirna, -os, sf. osier band. 
Kirografas, -o, sm. one's own hand- 
writing; chirograph. 
Klrpejas,/. -|a, Klrpikas,/. -ke, >. shear- 
er; cutter. 
Kirpimas, -o, sm. shearing; cutting. 
Kirpti (kerpu, kirpau, kirpsiu), v.a. to 

shear; to clip; to cut. 
Klrptuve, -os, sf. shearman's shop; 

barber shop. 
Kirsna, -os, */. tributary of SheshupS. 
Kkstelis, -io, sm. lancet; scarificator; 

scarifier. 
Kirsti (kertu, kirtau, kirsiu), v. a. to 

cut; to hew; to chop; [javus] to 

reap; [kqsti\ to bite; (coUoq.) to eat 

heartily; (coUoq.) to go fast; to run. 

| _s f v. rfi. to cut for one's self; 

(fig.) to fight. 
KlniynH, -\\i, sf.pl fight. 
Kirstukas, -o, sm. lancet; fleam. 
Kirsinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),*>.a. to irritate; 

to exasperate; to stir up; to touse. 
Kirtejas,/. -|a,«. cutter; hewer; reaper. 
Kirtis, -5io, sm. cut; stroke; | accent. 
Kirvakotis, -Sio, sm. helve or handle of 

an ax; ax helve. 
Kirvarpa, = Kirmvarpa. 
Kirvelninkas, -o, sm. [Kr.] halberdier. 
Kirvininkas, -o, sm. axman. 
Kirvis, -Io, sm. ax, axe. Dim. -veils, -vu- 

kas, hatchet. 
Kisielius, -iaus, sm. oatmeal pap; pulp; 

jelly. 
Kileninis,/. -no, adj. pocket. . . . 
Kiienius, -iaus, sm. pocket. 
Kylys, -Io, sm. tip; by-profit; bribe. 
Kiika, usually in the pi Kiikos, -4, sf. 

groins. 
Kiikiagrikis, -Io, sm. glow-worm -grass 

Luzula campestris. 
Kiskiena, -os, */. hare meat. 



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Kiikis, -lo, sm. hare. KiSkio rugStyne, 

kopu8tai, (bot.) wood -sorrel. 
Kyioti (-§au,-sojau,-sosiu), v.n. to stick 

out; to jut out; to protrude; to beetle. 
Kisti (-§u,-§au,-§iu), v. a. to thrust; to 

stick (in, into). ||— s, v. rfl. to thrust 

one's self; to intrude. 
KHada, Kitados, adv. once; sometimes; 

formerly; erstwhile. 
KHaip, adv. otherwise; else; in another 

manner. 
Kitas,/. t&,pron. other; another. Ka$ 

kitas, some one else; something else. 

Niekas kitas, nobody else; nothing 

else. 
Kitas, -o, sm. putty. 
Kitasyk, adv. another time; next time; 

I afore time; formerly; once upon a 

time. 
Kitiskas,/. -ka, = KitoniSkas. 
Kitkis, .Q,pron. something else; some- 
thing of another kind. Tax visai kit- 

kas, [=kitas dalykas] , that is quite a 

different thing. Tarp kitko, among 

other things. 
Kitoks, /. -kia, pron. of another kind ; 

else. 
KitoniJkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasls, /. -koji, 

pron. of another kind. | — kai, adv. 

otherwise; else; in another way or 

manner. 
Kytras, /. -ra, defin. -rasis, /. -ro|i, adj. 

crafty; cunning. | — rai, adv. cunning- 
ly; craftily. 
Kytrumas, -o, sm. craftiness; cunning- 

ness. 
Kytruolls,/. -Ii,«. crafty man or woman. 
Kituoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v. a. to 

putty. 
Kliur, adv. elsewhere;— kur, elsewhere; 

somewhere else; in another place; — 

link, in another direction. 
Kiugnus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -nio|i, adj. 

soft; not compressed; loose. Kiugni 

ieme, soft earth. | — niai, adv. soft; 

softly; loosely. 
Kiugzdeti (-du,-d$jau,-desiu), v. a. to 

chirp; to twitter; to warble. 
Kiuocis, -io, sm. a basket. 
Kiurinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to hole; 

to make a hole; to perforate. 
Kiurksoti (-sau,-sojau,-sosiu), v. n. to 

sit shrunken. 



Klaikus 



Kiurtl (-rstu,-rau,-rsiu), v. n. to get 
holes; to become perforated. 

Kiusti (kiustu, kiutau, kiusiu), v. n. to 
die away; to perish gradually. 

Kiutinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.n. (coUoq.)u> 
go or walk slowly. 

Kiuzas,/. -za, defin. -zasis, /. -zo|i, adj. 
brpken; unsound. 

Kiuzys, /. -ze, s. anything broken; — 
kiauSinis, puodas, broken egg, 
broken pot. 

Kivynas, -o, sm. any microscopic ani- 
mal living in water; infusory. 

Kivinkliuotis (-liuojuos, -liavaus, -liuo- 
siuos), v. rfl. to develop one's self. 

Kivirdytis (-cijuos, -Sijaus, -cysiuos), v. 
rfl. to quarrel; to dispute; to wrangle. 

Klze, -es, sf. hut; cottage. 

Klabatas, -o, sm. thumblatch. 

Klabeti, = KlebEti. 

Klabinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to clat- 
ter; to clapper; to rap; to tap. 

Klaida, -08, sf. error; blunder; mistake; 
fault. 

Klaidineti (-n?ju, -ngjau, -nesiu), Klai- 
dzioti (-dzioju,-dziojau,-dziosiu), v.n. 
frq. to err; to wander about; to 
ramble. 

Klaidingas,/.-ga,<te/to. -gasis/.-go|i, adj. 
erroneous; false; mistaken. | — gai, 
adv. erroneously. 

Klaidingumas, -o, sm. erroneousness. 

Klaidinimas, -o, sm. misguiding; mis- 
leading. 

Klaidinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to mis- 
guide; lo mislead; to guide into er- 
ror; to confound a person. 

Klaidintojas,/. -ja, *. misleader. 

Klaidunas, /. -ne, *. vagabond; rover; 
rambler; (tikejime) heretic. 

Klaidus,/. -61, defin. -dusis,/. -dzio|i, adj. 
leading into error; misleading; mis- 
guiding; erroneous. | — dziai, adv. er- 
roneously; falsely. 

Klaidziojimas, -o, sm. wandering about. 

Klaidzioti, see KlaidinEti. 

Klaikiai, adv. gloomily; dismally; drea- 
rily; horridly. 

Klaikumas, -o,*m. darkness; gloominess; 
dreariness; dismalness; horridness. 

Klaikus, /. -ki, ntr. -ku, defin. -kusis,/. 
•k\o\\,aaj. dark; depressing; gloomy; 
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Klaipeda, -os, sf. (city) Memel. 

Klaipyti (-pau, -piau, -pysiu), v. frq. t 
Kleipti(-piu,-piau,-psiu), t.a. to make 
wry by wearing. 

Klajojimas, -o, sm. wandering about; 
aberration. 

Klajone, -e$, sf. wandering about ; | reve- 
rie; delirium ; | dreams; fancy. 

Kla|oti(-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v.n. to err; 
to rave; to be delirious; to wander 
in mind; to dream. 

Klajotofas, /. -Ja, s. rover; | delirious 
person; | dreamer. 

Klampyne,-6S,/. swamp; morass; slough. 

Klampoti (-poju,-pojau,-posiu), v. n. to 
wade( through swamp, mud or snow). 

Klampumas, -o, sm. swampiness. 

Klampus,/. -pi, ntr. -pu, defin. -pusis,/. 
-piofi, acZ;. swampy; boggy. 

Klanas, -o, sm. pool; puddle. 

Klapas, -o y dim. -pelis, sm. lid; stop; 
valve. 

Klapate, -es, sf. holdfast of handle of 
the quern. 

Klap£lus, -laus,*m. errand boy; servant. 

Klarnetas, -o, sm. clarinet; clarionet. 

Klaslkas, -o, sm. classic; classic author. 

Klasiikas, /. -ka v defin. -kasls,/. -ko|i, 
adj. classic; classical. | r-kal, adv. 
classically. * 

Klasta, -os, sf. intrigue; machination; 
fraud; deceit; trick; stratagem. 

Klastadarys, /. -re, *. = Klastininxas. 

Klastautl, = Klastuoti. 

Klastykie, -os, sf. besom (for particular 
use in barn). 

Klastymas, -o, sm. parting (of the hair). 

Klastingas, /. -ga, defin. -gas is,/. -go|i, 
adj. fraudful; trickish; treacherous. 
I — tiai, a dv- trickishly ; treacherous- 
ly. 

Klastingumas,-o,*m. fraudulence; trick- 
ish ness; treacherousness. 

Klastininkas,/. -ke,*. intriguer; trikish, 
fraudulent person. 

Klastoryste, -es, sf. treachery; fraudu- 
lence; imposture. 

Klastorius,/. -re, a. = Klastininkas. 

Klastuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v. n. 
to intrigue; to practice tricks; to 
use shifts; to act fraudulently. 

Klmupti (-piu,-piau,-psiu),t>./i., -8,t>.r/f. 
to kneel down. 



Kletkinls 



Klausa, -os, sf. obedience. = Paklus- 

NUMAS. 

Klausykla, -os, sf. confessional. 
Klausimas, -o, sm. question; query. 

Kiausymas, -o, sm. hearkening; listen- 
ing; | obedience; duti fulness. 

Klaii8iite|imas, -o, sm. asking; inquiring: 
questioning. 

Klausinetl (-n€ju t -nejau,-nesiu), v.ajrq. 
to inquire about; to question; to in- 
terrogate. 

Klausyti( -sau,-siau,-sy si u),c.n. to heark- 
en; to listen;— Ukcij%, to attend lec- 
tures; | to obey; to be obedient to. 

Klausy tofas,/. -Ja, s. listener; auditor. 

Klaustl (-siu,-siau,-siu),£.a. to question; 
to ask; to query. 

Klebejimas, -o, sm. clattering; clapper- 
ing; rattling. 

Klebeti (-bu,-bejau,-bSsiu), v.n. to clat- 
ter; to clapper; to rattle. 

Klebonas, -o, sm. parish priest; parson; 
curate; rector. 

Klebonija, -os, sf. parsonage; rectory. 

Klebonyste, -6s, sf. parsonship. 

Kleclus, -laus* 8m - juggler; conjurer; 
deceiver; cheat. 

Kiegejimas, -o, Klegesit, -io, sm. noise; 
clatter; bustle; fuss. 

Klegeti(-gu,-g8jau,-gesiu), v.n. to make 
a noise; to clatter. 

Kleiptl, see Klaepyti. 

Klefai, KlejuoU, = Klijai, Kluuoti. 

Klejotl (-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v. n. to be 
delirious; to rave. 

Klekti (klenku,klekau,kleksiu), v.n. to 
coagulate. 

Klepftial, -ty, sm. pi. mouse trap. 

Klerikalas, -o, sm. clergy; churchman. 

Klerikallikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasls,/. -ko|i, 
adj. clerical. 

Klestetl (-stu,-st6jau,-stesiu), v. n. to 
flourish ; to be in a prosperous state. 

Kletas, pi -tal, -q, sm. magic art; jug- 
glery; trickery. 

Kletis, -ies, sf. store house; store room. 

Kletytl (-tiju, -tijau, -tysiu), v. a. n. to 
practice magic; to conjure; to jug- 
gle. 

Kletka, -os, dim. -kele, sf. cage; bird- 
cage; | square stripe; plaid; check. 

Kletkinls,/. -ne, adj. of cage; | square 
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Kloti 



Kletkuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -io\\,adj. 
chekered; square striped. 

Klezdejimas, -0, sm. blooming; flourish- 
ing. 

Klezdeti (-du, -dgjau, -desiu), v. n. to 
bloom; to flourish. 

Kliasa, -os, sf. class. 

Kliaude,-es, Kliautis,-ies, sf. fault; defect; 
error; blunder. 

Kliaudingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. faulty; defective. | — gai, adv. 
faultily; defectively. 

Kliavas, -0, sm. maple; maple tree. 

Kliavynas, -o, sm. maple tree forest. 

Kliavinis, /. -ne, adj. of maple tree; 
maple... 

Klibas,/. -ba, adj. bandy legged; bow- 
legged. 

Klibeti(-bu,-bejau,-b&5iu), v.n. to shake; 

to rattle. 
Klibinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to shake; 

to wag. 
Klydineti, = KlaidinEti. 
Klientas, -o, sm. client. 
Klierikas, -o,s?n. seminarist; theological 

student. 
Kli|ai, -i|, sm. pi. glue. 
Klijuoti (-juoju,-javau,-juosiu), v.a. to 

glue. ' 

Klykauti (-kauju,-kavau,-kausiu), fl/rgr. 
Klykti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to cry; 
to shriek; to scroech; to screak; to 
scream. 
Klykavimas, Klykimas, Kliksmas, -o, sm. 

cry; shriek; scream. 
Klyksnys, -io, sm. exlamation. 
Klimatas, -0, sm. climate; clime. 
Klimatiskas,/. -ka, adj. climatic, clima- 

tical. 
Klimpti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu), v.n. to sink 
into the mud or swamp; to be 
swamped. 
Klynas, -o, sm. wedge; [drabutyje] gus- 
set; gore; (vitlg.) buttock, bum. 
Klynazole, Klynzole, -es, */. hot. great 
golden maidenhair. Polythrichium 
commune. 
Klynes, -iq, */. pi. bran; pollard. 
Klingis, -io, sm. latch ; door latch. 
Kliosas, -o, sm. cover; lid. 
KlioStorius, -iaus, sm. convent; cloister; 
m o n as tery ; \minykiy[\ n u n ne ry . ptoti 
I klio8tori% y to turn monk; [apie 
moteris] to take the veil. 



Klipituotl (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v. n. 
to go in the manner of a bandy leg- 
ged one. 
Klypti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu), v. n. to grow 

bandy legged. 
Klysti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v. n. to err; to 
mistake; to lose the way; to go 
astray. 
Klystkeiis, -io, sm. misguiding road or 

way. 
Kiystugnis, -ies, */. Will-o'-the-wisp; 

Jack-with-a lantern; ignis fatuus. 
Klystzvaigzde, -es, sf. planet; wandering 

star. 
Klisas,/. -sa, defin. -sasis,/. -soji, adj. 

bandy legged. 
KliSe, -es, sf. claw {of a crab); | cut or 
stamp (on which a picture is carved); 
— S, 8. pi. clamp; pinchers. 
KliSis,/. -5e, s. bandy legged person. 
Kliudyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
hook; to catch [deify] to nick; to 
meet. 
Kliuga, -os, sf. willow twig; withe; 

osier. 
Kliugeti (-gu, -ggjau, -gSsiu), v. n. to 

shake. 
Klioginis, /. -ne, adj. made of willow 

twigs or osiers; wicker. 
Kliukseti (-siu, -sejau, -sesiu), v. n. to 

jumble; to shake. 
Kliurka, -os, */. slut; strumpet. 
Kliurkseti (-si u,-sejau, -sesiu), v. n. to 

croak. 
Kliuti (kliuvu, kliuvau, kliusiu), v. n. 
to catch; to hook; to grapple; — kam 
l nagus, to fall into one's hands. 
Kliutis, -ies, sf. hinderance; impedi- 
ment; obstacle; obstruction. 
Klodas, -0, sm. layer; bed; stratum; fig. 

sphere; rank. 
Klojimas, -o, sm. spreading; [dengimas] 
covering; | thrashing {or threshing) 
floor; barh floor. 
Klonis, -io, sm. dale; vale; valley. 
Klostyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v. a. frq. 

to spread over; to cover. 
Klote, -es, sf. cover; bed cover; (vilno- 

ne) blanket. 
Kloti (-oju,-ojau,-osiu), v.a. to spread; 
[dengti] to spread over; to cover. | 
— s, v. rfl. to spread itself; to cover 
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Klotis (-ojas,-ojos,-osis), v. impers. to 
fare; to be in good or bad state; to 
feel well or ill. Kaip tau klojasf how 
are you ? how do you feel ? how are 
you getting along? 

Klotis, -ies, sf. good or bad success; 
luck. Kam geros kloties linheti, to 
wish one good luck. 

Klubas, -o, sm. hip. 

Kluikti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to be- 
come weak-minded, silly. 

Klumpe, -es, sf. sabot; clog; wooden 
shoe. 

KHumpius,/. -pe, *. one who wears clogs 
or shoes made of wood. 

Kluonas, -o, sm. barn; | barnyard. 

Klupdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
make one kneel. 

Klupykla, -os, sm. praying desk. 

Klupineti (-neju,-n6jau,-nesiu), Klupoti 
(-pau,-pojau,-posiu), v. n. frq. to 
kneel; to implore at one's fe t; to 
humble one's self. 

Klu poms, adv. kneelingly. 

Klupti (klumpu, klupau, klupsiu), v.n. 
to stumble: to trip; | to err; to mis- 
take. 

Klu pus,/, -pi, adj. rough, [so as to occa- 
sion stumbling] ; stumbling; trip- 
ping. 

Klusus,/. -sf, adj. -susis. / -sloji, adj. 
attentive; obedient. | — sumas, sm. 
attentiveness; obedience. 

Kmynas, -o, sm. bot. caraway; cumin. 
Carum. 

Knablys, -lo, sm. nib; bill; beak. 

Knaibineti, = KnebinEti. 

Knaisineti (-neju,-n§jau,-ngsiu), Knai- 
sioti (-sioju,-siojau,-siosiu), Knaisyti 
(-sau,-siau,sysiu), v. frq. to root; to 
rake, to turn up with the snout. 

Knapumas, -o, sm. tightness; narrow- 
ness; spareness; scantiness. 

Knapus,/. -pi, ntr. -pu, defln. -pusis,/. 
•pioji, adj. tight; narrow; spare; 
scanty; poor | — piai, adv. tightly; 
scantily. 

Knarkimas, -o, sm. snoring. 

Knarklys,/. At.s. snorer. 

Knarkseti (-siu,-sejau,-sesiu), v. n.frq. 
to croak. 

Knarkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),tJ.n. to snore; 
to snort. 



Kniuptfotl 



Knatas, -o, sm. wick. 

KnebenH (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),Knebineti (-ne- 

ju,-nejau,-nesiu), t>. a. frq. to pick; 

to cull; to crum; to crumb. 
Knebus,/. -bl 9 dejin. -busis,/. -bioii, adj. 

difficult; perplexed. 
Knerkinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to make 

one mewl. 
Knerkti(-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to mewl 

to cry; to grumble. 
Kniaubtis(-biuos,-biaus,-bsiuos), v. rfl 

to lay one's self with the face down- 
ward; to bury one's face. 
Kniauka, -os, smf. mewlcr. 
Kniaukimas, Kniauksmas,-o, sm. mewing. 
Kniaukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to mew; 

to waul; to caterwaul. 
Knibineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), Knibu- 

riuoti (-riuoju^riavau^-riuosiu), v. 

frq. to meddle with a thing; to do; 

to labor. 
Kniesti (-sta, knieto, knies), Knleteti(-ta, 

-tejo,-t6s), v. impers. to itch; to feel 

a slight pain. 
Knyga, -os, dim. -gele, -gute, sf. book; 

[pas atrajuoHus] many pi ies; \raSo- 

mospopieros] quire; maldy — , prayer 

book; uiraty — , note book. 
Knygapedis, -dzio, sm. volume. 
KuygariSys,/. -so, *. bookbinder. 
Knygaspaudyste, -es, sf typography; 

art of printing. 
Knygynas, -o, sm. library. 
Knyginyiia, -ios, sf bookseller's shop; 

bookstore. 
Knygininkas, /. -ke, s. bookseller; book 

maker; book-keeper. 
Knyginis,/.-ne>rf/ of a book; pertaining 

to a book. 
Knygius, -iaus, sm. librarian; book- 
keeper. 
Knipelis, -lo, sm. cudgel; club; stick. 
Knypkis, -io, sm. button; knob. = Saga. 
Knisykle, -es, sf. ditch (made by turning 

up ground with the snout). 
Knysys, -io, sm. pig's snout. 
Knisius,/. -se, *. (vulg.) rummager. 
Knisti (-su,-sau,-siu), v. a. to root; to 

grub ; to turn up the ground with the 

snout. | — s, v. rfl. to rummage. 
Kniup5ioti^&oju,-&ojau,-ciosiu),fl./rg'., 

KniupH (kniumpu, kniupau, kniup- 

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Kniupsoti (-sau,-sojau,-sosiu), «. n. to 

lie or stay with the face downward. 
Kniupttias,/. -tia, defin. -5iasis,/. -£io|i, 

adj. prone on one's face; lying with 

the face downward; procumbent. 
Ko [gen. of Kas] whose; what. Ko 

tiurif what are you looking for? Ko 

norif what do you want? [=kode7] 

why. 
Kocelas, Koiiolas, -o, sm. calender roll; 

roller of a mangle; pL -lai, -q, man- 
gle. 
Kodioti (-£ioju,-£iojau,-£iosiu), v.a. to 

calender; to mangle. 
Kodel, interr. why? wherefore? on 

what account? 
Kodelis, = Kuodklis. 
Kodylas, -o, sm. incense; frankincense. 
Kodyinytia, -ios, sf. censer. 
Kodis, -dzio, sm. water pot; pitcher. 
Koja, -OS, sf. foot, {pi. feet); leg; [stik- 

lelio] stem; (arch.) pedestal; socle. 
Kojalige, -is, sf. med. podagra; gout. 
Kokavas, -o, sm. bot^ cocoa tree. 
Kokavinis, f. -ne, adj. made of cocoa 

wood. 
Kokybe, -as, sf quality. 
Kokybinis,/. -na, Kokybiskas J. -ka, defin. 

-kasis,/. -kofi, adj. qualitative. 
Kokie, -os, */. Dutch tile. 
Kokliuiai, -q, sm. pL med. chincough; 

hooping cough. 
Koks,/. -k\*,pron. what; of what kind 

or sort. [Latin Qualis] . 
Koktai, pron. rel. who; which; that. 
Koktumas, -o, sm. disgustfulness; nau- 

seousness. 
Koktus,/. -ti, ntr. -hi, adj. disgusting; 

disgustful; nauseous; repugnant. 
Kol, Kolaik, Kolel, adv. rel. how long; as 

long as; so long as; until; while. 
Kolegija, -os, */. college. 
Kolera, see Cholera. 
Kofyfiius, -iaus, sm. pickpocket. 
Koliojimas, -o, sm. scolding. 
Kolione, -es, sf. scolding; chiding. 
KoMonija, -OS, sf. colony ; settlement. 
Kiolionistas,/. -ta, s. colonist. 
Kolionizacija, -os, sf. colonization. 
Kolionlzuoti(-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu), v.a. 

to colonize. 
Koiiosaliikas,/. -ka, defin- -kasis, /. -ko jl, 

adj colossal; gigantic. 



Konfedaratiikas 

Koiloti (-lioju,-liojau,-liosiu), v. a. to 
scold; to chide; to reproach. 

Kolis, -io, sm. bot. turnip. Brassica cam- 
pestris. 

Kolyta, -ot, sf. purso; pocket-book; 
money bag. 

Kolumblja, -os, sf. Columbia. 

Komedija, -os, sf comedy; play. 

Komerctya, -os, sf. commerce. 

Komercijinis,/. -ne, Komarcijiskas,/. -ka, 

„ defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. commercial. 

Komata, -os, sm. comet 

Komi kas, -o, sm. comic actor or writer. 

Komisija, -os, sf. comission; board. 

Komiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. kofi, 
adj. comic, comical. | — kai, adv. 
comically. 

Kompanas, -o, sm. stockholder; share- 
holder (in a company). 

Kompanlja, -os, sf. company. 

Komparas, -o, sm. camphor. 

Komparvosas, = Euporosas. 

Kompatenoi|a, -os, sf. competence, com- 
petency. 

Kompatentiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
-ko|i, adj. competent. 

Komstyne, -es, sf. bot. Carthusian pink. 

Komuna, -os, sf. commune. 

Komunlja, -os, «/*. communion. 

Komunikacija, -os, sf. communication. 

Komunikuotis (-kuojuos, -kavaus, -kuo- 
siuos), v. rfl. to communicate; to 
have communication; to have in- 
tercourse ; [komunjjq priimti] to com- 
municate; to commune; to partake 
of the sacrament. 

Komunistas,/. -te, s. communist. 

Komunistiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
•koji, adj. communistic. 

Komunizmas, -o, sm. communism. 

Koncantraci|a, -os, sf. concentration. 

Koncentruoti (-truoju,-travau,-truosiu), 
v.a. to concentrate. 

Konoertas, -o, sm. concert. 

Koncertina, -os, sf. concertina, 

Kone, adv. almost; nearly. Konetiekjau 
kiek...., almost as many or much 
as. .. . 

Konfederacija, -os, sf confederacy; con- 
federation. 

Konfederatiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
-koji, adj. confederate; united; al- 
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Konfl$kaci|m, -os, sf. confiscation. 
Konfiskuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. 

a. to confiscate. 
Kongregacija, -os, sf. congregation. 
Kongreaas, -o, sm. congress. 
Konkurencija, -os, sf. competition. 
Konkurantaa,/. -te, s. competitor. 
Konkuruoti (-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v.n. 

to compete. 
Konkursas, -o, sm. competition. 
Konaarvativiakas,/. -ka v defin. -kaais, /. 

-ko|i, adj. conservative. 
Konservatizmaa, -o, sm. conservatism. 
Konsistorija, -os, sf. consistory. 
Konapiraoi|a, -os, sf. conspiracy; plot. 
Konatantinaa, -o, sm. Constantino. 
Konsteliacija, -os, sf. constellation. 
Konstitucija, -oa, sf. constitution. 
Konauiia, Ao,sm. consul. 
Kontinentaa, -o, sm. continent. 
Kontora, -os, *. office. 
Kontrabanda, -oa, sf. contraband. 
Kontraktas, •©, sm. contract; agreement. 
Kontraktoriua, -iaus, sm. contractor. 
Kontribucija, -os, sf. contribution. 
Kontrole, -as, sf. control; authority; 

command. 
Kontroliuoti (-liuoju,-liavau,»liuosiu), v. 

a. to control. 
Konvalija, -oa, sf. hot. lily of the valley; 

May-flower. Convallaria maialis. 
Konvartaa, -o, sm. envelope. 
Konvulsija, -oa, sf. convulsion. 
Kooperacija, -oa, sf. co-operation. 
Kooperativiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kaaia,/. 

-ko)i, adj. co-operative. 
Kopedios, -ii|, sf. pi. ladder. 
Kopija, -oa, */. copy. 
Kopijuoti (-juoju f -javau,-juosiu), v. a. 

to copy; to transcribe. 
Kopinati (-neju f -nejau,-nesiu), v.frq., 

Kopti(-piu,-piau,-psiu),t>.n. to climb; 

to clamber. 
Kopiravimaa, -o, sm. copying. 
Kopiruoti (-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v. a. 

to copy. 
Koplyftia, -ioa, dim. -lytala, sf. chappel. 
Kopos, -4, sf. pi. downs; dunes. 
Kopti, *ei KopinEti. 
Kopturaa, -o, sm. monk's hood; cowl. 
Kopuliaci}a, -oa, sf. copulation; coition. 
Kopuataa,-o, sm. hot, cabbage. Brassica. 

Ktfkio or Zutkio kopusiai, (bot.) cuck- 



oo-meat; cuckoo sorrell; shamrock. 
Oxalis acetosella. 

Kopustgalvis, -io, sm. head of cabbage; 
fig. a cabbage head; a thoughtless 
or silly person. 

Kopustinis,/. -na,«(#. cabbage • 

Kopostlapis, -io, sm. cabbage leaf. 

Kora,-oa,^. punishment; penalty; fine. 

Koralaa, -o,«m. coral. 

Koraiinis,/. -nS, adj. coral; coralline. 

Koragavimaa, -o, sm. proof-read ing. 

Koraguoti (-guoju,-gavau,-guosiu), v.a. 
to correct; to read proofs. 

Koraktorius, /. -ra, *. corrector; proof- 
-reader. 

Koraktura, -oa, sf. reading; correcting; 
proof; proof sheet. 

Korespondenci|a,-os,*/. correspondence. 

Koraspondantas, -o, sm. correspondent. 

Korytfa, -ioa, sf. [= kuoras] tower; 
steeple; spire. 

Korikas,/. -ke,«. hangman; public exe- 
cutioner. 

Korimas, -o, sm. hanging; suspending. 

Korya, -io, sm. honeycomb. 

Korkas, -o, sm. cork. 

Korone, -aa, sf. punishment; chastise- 
ment. 

Koroti (-roju,-rojau,-rosiu), v.a. to pun- 
ish; to chastise; to castigate. 

Korpija, -oa, sf. lint. 

Korporacija, -oa, */. corporation. 

Korta, -oa, sf. card. 

Kortina, -oa, sf. curtain. 

Kortininkas,/. -ka, *. card maker; card 
player. 

Kosejimas, -o, sm. coughing. 

Kosare, -as, sf anat. windpipe; (vulg.) 
gullet. 

Kosati (-siu,-s6jau,-s6siu),».n.to cough. 

Koamopolitaa, -o, *. cosmopolitan; cos- 
mopolite. 

Kosulingaa,/. -ga, defin. -gaaia, /. -go|i, 
adj. afflicted with cough. 

Kosulys, -io, sm. cough. 

Kose, -as, sf. gruel; pap; fig. hodge- 
-podge. 

Koieliana, -oa, sf. gelatine; jelly; hogs- 
head cheese. 

Kotimas, -o, sm. straining; filtration. 

Kosti (-Siu,-siau,-siu), v.a. to strain; to 
filter. 

Kostuvas, -o, sm. strainer; filter; colan- 
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Kolas 

Kotas, -o, dim. -telis, *m. handle; haft; 
[kirrio] helve; [sluotos] stick; bot. 
stalk; stem. 

Kova, -OS,*/, battle; combat; conflict; 
flght; contest; struggle; — ut bur^ 
struggle for existence. 

Kovagaidis, -dzio, sm. gamecock. 

Kovas, -o, sm. (menuo) March; myth. 
god of war: om. jackdaw. 

Kovaviete, -es, sf. battlefield. 

Kovinis,/. -ne, adj. of March: March.... 

Kovoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v. n. to 
combat; to fight; to wrestle; to 
struggle. 

Kozyra, -os, sf. trump; card. 

Kozyroti (-roju,-rojau,-rosiu), v. a. n. 
to trump; to play at curds. 

Koznas,/. -na, pron. every one; each 
one. 

Krabe, -es, sf. a basket. 

Krabzdetl (-du,-dejau,-desiu), v. n. to 
rustle. 

Kragas,-o, sm. pitcher; mug; jug; tank- 
ard [Germ. KruoJ. 

Kraigas, -o, sm. = Kraikas. 

Kraikai, -i|, sm. pi. litter; straw. 

Kraikas, -o, sin. summit of a roof; ridge; 
gable-end. 

Kraikyti (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v. a.frq. 
to strew; to scatter; to spread. 

Kraipyti (-pau,-piau,-pysiu), v.frq. to 
turn about; to wag. 

Kraitele, -es, sf. a basket made of 
splinters or bast. 

Kraitis, -iio, sm. dowry; portion; trous- 
seau. 

Kraitvezis, -io, sm. conveyer of dowry 
to the house of bridegroom. 

Krakas,-o,*?». bot. saffron; crocus. Cro- 
cus sativus. 

Krakmolas, -o, sm. starch. 

Krakmolyti (-liju.-lijau.-lysiu), v. a. to 
starch; to stiffen with starch. 

Kralikas, -o, sm. rabbit; cony; [pati- 
nelis] buck rabbit; [pataite] doe 
rabbit. = Triusis. 

Krame, -es, sf. bot. viper's bugloss; cap- 
sella. Echium. 

Kramsnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v.a.n. 
to masticate; to munch. 

Kramtymas, -o, sm. chewing; mastica- 
tion; munching. 

Kramtyti (-tau,-£iau,-tysiu), v.frq. to 



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munch; to chew; to masticate; to 

gnaw ; — rieiuUus, to crack nuts. 
Kranas, -o, dim. -nelis, sm. faucet; tap; 

cock. 
Kranklys, /. -le, s. croaker; grumbler; 

orn. rook. 
Krankseti (-siu,-se\jau,-sesiu), v. n. to 

croak; to caw; | to hawk. 
Kranksti (-s£iu, 4£iau, -siu), v. n. to 

gargle; | to hawk. 
Kranktereti (-riu,-rejau,-resiu), v.n. to 

croak (but once). 
Krankti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to caw; 

to croak. 
Krantas, -o, sm. [jurit^] shore; coast; 

beach; strand; [upes] bank. 
Krapalioti (lioju,-liojau,-liosiu), v.a. to 

perform in an awkward manner; to 

botch; to bungle. 
Krapaliotojas,/. -|a, *. bungler; clumsy 

workman. 
Krapas, -o, sm.bot. dill. Anethum grav- 

eolens. 
Krapykle, -es, sm. holy water pot. 
Krapylas, -o, sm. sprinkling brush; as- 

pergillus. 
Krapinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

sprinkle; to water; to bedew. Lictus 

krapina, the rain drizzles. 
Krapstas, -o, dim. -telis, -tukas,#m. pick; 

(dantims) toothpick. 
KrapStineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v.frq. , 

Krap§tyti(-stau,-6£iau,-§tysiu), v. a. to 

scratch; [dantis] to pick; [vgnf] to 

poke. | — s, v. rfl. to rub; to scratch 

one's self. 
Krasa,-os,*/*. post, post office ; mail ; krasa 

sii^sti, to send by mail; krasos ienk- 

lelis, postage stamp; postmark. 
Krase, -es, dim. -sale, sf. stool; bench; 

chair. 
Krasininkas,/. -ke, s. postman. 
Krastas, -0, dim. -telis, sm. border; edge; 

brim; extremity; [krantas] shore; 

[Mis] country. 
KraStinis, KraStutinis, /. -ne, adj. lying 

on a border; extreme; outermost; 

utmost; last. 
Krastuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu),t>.a. to 

border. 
Krata, -os, sf. jolting; jolt; | searching; 

search; perquisition. 
Krateras,-o y sm. crater; mouth of a vol- 
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Kratinys, -io, sm. fodder; mixture of 

straw and hay; fig. hodge-podge. 
Kratyti(-tau,-ciau,-tysiu), v.a. to jolt; 
to shake; to toss; to wag; [hratq da- 
ryti] to search. 
Kratus,/. -ti, ntr. -to, defin. -tusis,/. 

-5io|i, adj. jolting; rough. 
Kraujageda, -os, Kraujagedybe, -es, */. 

incest. 
Kraujagedingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. 

-goji, adj. incestuous. 
Kraujagerybe, -es, sf. blootUhirstiness. 
Kraujageringas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. 
-goji, adj. bloodthirsty; sanguinary. 
| — gal, adv. bloodthirstily. |— gum as, 
sm. bloodthirstiness. 
Krauiagerys,/.-re,«- bloodsucker; vam- 
pire; murderer. 
Kraujageryste, -es, sf. bloodthirstiness; 

cruelty. 

KraujageriSkas, /. -ka, dtfin. -kasis, /. 

-ko\\,adj. bloodthirsty; sanguinary; 

murderous. 

Kraujagieza, -os, sf. deadly revenge; 

feud; vendetta; | avenger of blood. 

Kraujagysle,-es,*/. bloodvessel: artery. 

Kraujagoza, -os, smf. bloodsucker; a 

murderous person; bloodshedder. 
Kraujagozyste, -es, sf. bloodshed; blood- 
shedding. 
Kraujaleldis,/. -de,*, bloodletter; phle- 
botomist; | an instrument for let- 
ting blood; lancet. 
Krau|alige,-es,*/. dysentery; diarrhea. 
Kraujapludis, -dzio, sm. hemorrhage; 

flux of blood. 
Kraujas, -o, sm. blood. 
Kraujazole, -es, sf. hot. yarrow; milfoil. 

Achillea nobilis. 
Kraujine, -es, sf.(Uga) dysentery; bloody 

flux. 
Kraulingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. sanguine; sanguineous; abound- 
ing with blood. 
Krau|inls,/.-ne, adj. of blood; sanguine- 
ous. 
Krauiuotas,/. -ta, definAa&\%,fAo)\,adj. 
bloody; full of blood; stained with 
blood. 
Kraujuoti (-juoju,-javau,-juosiu), v. n. 
to bleed; to lose blood. | v. a. to 
make bloody; to stain with blood. 
Kraupti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v. a. ta start- 
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Kraupumas -o, sm. timidness; | dread- 
fulness; horridness. 
Kraupus,/. -pi, ntr. -pu, defin. -pusis,/. 
-pioji, adj. easily frightened; timid; 
anxious; timorous; | awful; dread- 
ful; horrid. 
Kraustyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu),t?.a. frq., 
— s, v. rfl. to move from one place 
to anothei ; to remove. 
Krausva, -os, sf. hot. willow-herb; loose- 
strife. Lytrum salicaria. 
Krauti (krauju, kroviau, krausiu), v. a. 
to lade; to load; to heap up or on; 
— turtvs, to hoard or lay up treas- 
ures; to hoard up money. 
Krautis, -ies, sf. loft. 
Krautuve, -es, sf. store; store house; 

warehouse. 
Krauiole, = KraujazolE. 
Kreditas, -o, sm. credit; trust. 
Kredituoti(-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v. a. 

to credit; to give on credit. 
Kregzde, -es, sf. orn. swallow. 
Kregzdele, -es, [dim. of KregzdE] , sf. 
little swallow; hot. tame poison. 
Vincetoxicum officinale. 
Kregzdetl (-du,-dejau,-desiu), v. n. to 

shriek (like a swallow). 
Kregzdezole,-es, sf.bot. celandine; swal- 
low-wort. Chelidonium maius. 
Kregzdinis,/. -ne, adj. of a swallow. 
Kreida, -os, sf. chalk. 
Kreidingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 

adj. full of chalk; chalky. 
Kreidinis, /. -ne, adj. chalky; of chalk. 
Kreiduotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -tofi, 

adj. chalky; chalked. 
Kreiduoti (-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v.a. 

to chalk; to mark with chalk. 
Kreik$ti(kreiskiu, kreiskiau, kreiksiu), 

v ?i. to rummage; to fumble. 
Kreikti (-kiu f -kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to strew; 

to scatter; to spread. 
Kreipti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v.a. to turn; 
to turn about. | — s, v. rfl. to turn 
one's self; (prie ko) to wend; to ap- 
ply for. 
Kreivakis,/. -ke, s. squint eyed person. 
Kreivaburnis,/. -ne, *. wry faced one. 
Kreivadusis, /. -5e, *. prevaricator; 

betrayer. 
Kreivakiauti (-kiauju,-kiavau,-kiausiu), 
v.n. to look askance; to squint at. 
one; to sneer. 



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Kreivmkojis 

Kroivakoiis,-)*, *• bandy legged one. 
Kroivanosis, /. -se, s. crooked nosed 

one. 
Kreivaprisiegis,/. -go, s. f orswearer ; per- 

jurer. 
Kreivarankis,/. -ke, *. one with crooked 

hands or arms; deformed. 
Kreivas,/. -va, defin. -vasis,/. -vo|i, adj. 

crooked; curved; wry. | — vai, adv. 

crookedly; awry; askance. Kreivai 

tiureti, to look askance or askew. 
Kroivasprandis,/. de, s. wryneck. 
Kreivasirdis,/. -da,*, perfidious person; 

betrayer. 
Kreivazandis, /. -de, *. wry mouthed 

one. 
Kreivezoti, = Krevezotc. 
Kreivinti (nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to make 

crooked or curved; to curve; to 

crook. 
Kreivys,/ -ve, *. humpback humpback- 
ed person. 
Kreivoti(-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), «. a. to 

crook; to bend. | v. n. (cottoq.) to 

stagger. | — s, v. rfl. to crook; to 

bend; to move in a crooked line. 
Krelzoti (-zoju, -zojau, -zosiu), v.a. to 

scrawl; to write awkwardly. 
Krekena, -os, sf. biestings. 
Kreketi (krenku,-kejau,-k§siu), v.n. to 

curdle; to coagulate. 
Kreklfoi, -ii|, sm. pi. fringe. 
Krektis (-kiuos f -kiaus,-ksiuos), v. rfl. 

to rut (said of swine). 
Krekzde, see KregzdE. 
Krekzdeti, see KregzdEti. 
Kremacija, -os, sf. cremation. 
Krematorija, -os, sf. crematory. 
Kremzle, -es, sf. cartilage; gristle. 
Kremzletas, /. -to, defin. -tasis, /. -toji, 

adj. cartilaginous; gristly. 
Kremzlinis, /. -ne, adj. cartilaginous; 

gristly. 
Krepftys, -io, sm. pocket; pouch; wallet. 
K res las, -o, sm. chair; seat. 
Kresnas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, adj. 

stout; robust; vigorous. 
Kresnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v. n. to 

trot. 
Kresti (kreSiu, kreciau, kresiu), v. a. 

to shake; to toss; to jolt; [jietkoti] to 

search. 
Kretinas, -o, sm. cretin. 



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Krikltasunis 



Kritlnys, -io,*m. piece of field manured. 

Kretoti (-toju,-tojau,-tosiu), v. n. to 
laugh loudly. 

Krevezoti (-zoju, -zojau, -zosiu), v. a. to 
scrawl; to write awkwardly; to 
scribble. 

Krezulys, -io, sm. basket. 

Kriaucyste, -es, sf. tailor's trade; tailor- 
ing. 

Kriau&iSkas,/. -ka, adj. tailor's; of tai- 
lor. 

Kriau&us, -iaus*, sm. tailor. 

Kriauklas, -o, sm. (= Sonkaulis) rib. 

Kriaukliai, -iq, sm. pi. spawn; fry (of 
frogs). 

Kriauklys, -io, sm. tool, snail. 

Kriaukseti (-siu,-ScJau,-sesiu), v.n. to 
hawk; to hem. 

Krlauninis, -Io, sm. (peilis) pocket knife. 

Kriaunos, -q, sf. pi. haft; handle (of a 
knife). 

Kriauie, -es, sf. (= gruie), pear; pear 
tree. 

Kriauliene, -es, sf. pear jelly; pear pre- 
serves. 

Kriauliuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -tofi, 
adj. with steep banks; bluffy. 

Kriaulius, -iaus, sm. bluff; steep bank. 

Kribzdeti (-du,-d6jau,-desiu), v. n. to 
swarm; to be thronged. 

Krienas, -o, sm. bot. horseradish. Coch- 
learia armoracia. 

Kriesa, -os, sf. form; mould. 

Krifas, -0, sm. hoop (of a sieve). 

Krikdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.a. to 
cause a breaking up; to scatter; to 
disperse. 

Krike, -es, sf. orn. wild duck. 

Krike, Krykle, -es, sf bot. black bullace; 
bullace plum. Prunus insititia. 

KrikS6ionybe,-es, sf. Christendom; Chris- 
tianity. 

Krikitionis,/. -ne, s. christian. 

Kriki£ionyste,-es, sf. Christianity, chris- 
tianism ; Christendom. 

KrikicioniUas, /. -ka, defin. -kails, /. 
•ko|i, adj. christian. | — kai, adj. 
christian like; in a christian man- 
ner. | -kumas, sm. Christianity. 

Krlkstadukte, -es, sf. goddaughter. 

Krikitomote, -is, sf. godmother. 

Krikltas, -o, sm. baptism ; christening. 

Krikitasunis, -io, sm. godson. 



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Krikitasuole 

Krikitasuole, -es, sf. place of honor (at 
table). 

Krikitatevis, -lo, sm. godfather. 

Krykitauti (-tauju,-tavau,-tausiu), v. n. 
frq. to shriek; to cry. 

Krikitavardis, -diio, sm. christian name. 

Kryksti (-k§ciu,-ksciau,-k&iu), v. n. to 
shriek; to screech; to screak. 

Krikitykla, -OS, sf. baptistery; font. 

Krikitynos, H| v */. pL christening; feast 
held on account of baptism. 

Krikityti (-tiju.-tijau.-tysiu), t>. a. to 
baptize; to christen. 

Krikitytojas,/. -|a,«. baptizer; baptist. 

Krikitvandenis,-io, sm. baptismal water. 

Krikitvardis, = Krikstavakdis. 

Krikti (krinku, krikau, -ksiu), v. n. to 
go asunder; to disperse; to scatter. 

Krykvabalis, -to, sm. ent. cockchafer; 
May bug. 

Krlminaliskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/ -ko|i, 
adj. criminal; penal; — teismas, 
criminal court. | — kai, adv. crim- 
inally. 

Krimsti (kremtu, krimtau, krimsiu), 
v.a. to gnaw; to eat; [rieSu&ius] to 
crack nuts. | -s, v. rfl. to grieve; to 
be afflicted; to be distressed. 

Kringelis, -io, sm. bretzel. 

Krioklmas, -o, sm. grunting; grunt. 

Krioklas, -o, sm. waterfall; cascade; 
cataract. 

Krioklys,/. -IS, s. grunter. 

Kriokti(-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to grunt; 
to roar. 

Kriokulys, -io, sm. whooping cough; 
chin cough. 

Kripe, -as, */. wagon rack; cart rack. 

Krypti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu),t>.n. to incline. 

to deviate; to tend; to sway. 
Krislas, -o, dim. -ielis, sm. crumb; mor- 
sel; scrap. 
Kristalas, -o, sm. crystal. 
Kristalinis,/. -ne, adj. crystal; crystal- 
line. 
Kristaiizuoti (-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu), v. 

a., — s, v. rfl. to crystallize. 
Kristi (krintu, kritau, krisiu), v. n. to 

fall; to tumble; to drop. 
Kritika, -of, sf. criticism; critique; cen- 
sure. 
KriUkuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v.a. 
to criticize; to censure. 



161 Kryiius 

Krytis, -iio, sm. kind of fisher's net. 
Kritiikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko\\ t adj. 

critical; censorious. | —kai, adv. 

critically. 
Kritus, /. -ti, defin. -tusis, /. -*io|i, adj. 

easily falling off; easily crumbled; 

friable. 
Kriukis, -io, sm. hook; crook. Kriuki 

atUkti, (fig.) to settle an affair or 

business. 
Kriukseti (-siu,-sejau,-s6siu), v. n. to 

grunt; to gruntle. 
Kriukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

gruntle. 
Kriuia, -OS, sf. rain accompanied with 

hail; hail; | throng; an overcrowd- 
ed place. 
Kriusai, -q, sm. hail; hailstones. 
Kriuitine, -as, sf. = KrustinE. 
Krivis, -io, sm. sacrificator; priest (with 

Lithuanians in times of heat/ienum). 
Krivty-Krivaitis,-£io,*m. supreme priest. 
Krivule, -es, sf. crooked staff (by which 

Lithuanian villagers convoke their 

meetings); | meeting; assembly; 

council. 
Kryzeivis, -io, sm. crusader. 
Kryzeivyste, -es, sf. crusade. 
Kryzeivinis, /. -ne, adj. pertaining to 

Kryieivilkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|l, 
adj. of a crusader; of a crusade. 

Kryiiai, -ty» sm. pi. club (of cards). 

Kryiiavas,/. -va, adj. crisscross; cubic. 
Kryiiavas sieksnu, cubio fathom; 
— va peda t cubic foot. | — vai, adv. 
crosswise. 

Kryiiavimas, -o, sm. crossing. 

Kryzinis,/. -ne, adj. of a cross; cruci- 
form ; cross shaped. 

Kryziokas, o, sm. crusader. Kryziokn 
zokonas, Order of Knights of the 
Cross. 

Kryziokiikas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. like a crusader. | —k&\,adv. in 
a manner of a crusader. 

Kryziuoti (-ziuoju,-iiavau,-iiuosiu), v. 
a. to cross; to crucify. | — %,v. rfl. to 
cross one's self; to cross or cut each 
other. 

Kryiiuotoias,/. -|a, s. crucifier. 

Kryiius, -laus, dim. -ielis, sm. cross ;cru- 
| ciflx; fig. torment; pain; suffering; 



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Kryzkare 

[arklio] croup; crupper; buttock; 

[galvijo] hindquarter; rump; back; 

[tmogau*] back; loins. 
Kryikare, -es, sf crusade. 
Kryzkele, -es, sf cross-road; cross-way; 

crossing. 
Kroacija, -os, sf. Croatia. 
Krokodilius, -iaus, sm. zool. crocodile. 
Kromas, -o, dim. -melis, sm. shop; store. 
Kromininkas,/.-ke, s. shopkeeper; store 

keeper. 
Krominis,/. -nfi, adj. of shop. 
Krosnis, -nies, sm. {petius) oven; (kruva) 

heap; pile. 
Krova, -OS, sf. = Kruva; | cargo; load. 
Krovejas,/. -|a; Krovikas, /. -ke, s. one 

who loads; loader; freighter. 
Krovimas, -0, sm. lading; loading; 

freighting; | hoarding. 
Krovinys, -io, sm. load ; cargo. 
Krukis, = Kriukis. 
Krumas, -o, dim.- melis, sm. shrub; bush. 

Pl.—a\, underwood ; boscage ; thicket. 
Krumynas, -o, sm. shrubbery; bushes. 
Kruminis,/.-ne, <z<7/. of bushes. | Kru- 

minis dairtis, cheek tooth; molar; 
. grinder. 
Krumpiys, -io,*w. knuckle; joint; [rato] 

cog. 
Krumpliuotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 

adj. having knuckles; | toothed; 

cogged. 
Krumseti (-siu, -s6jau, -s6siu), v.n. to 

crunch; to craunch. 
Krunuoti (-nuoju.-navau, -nuosiu), v.n. 

(colloq.) to cough violently. 
Kruopa, -os, dim. -pele, sf. grits; groats; 

fig. bit; morsel. 
KrupSiotl (-cioju,-£iojau, -Siosiu), v. n. 

frq. to st art ; to startle. 
Krupterejimas, -o, sm. startle. 
Kruptereti (-riu f -r§jau,-resiu), v. n. inst. 

to startle. 
Krusa, = Kriu&a. 
Kru5inti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. frq., KruSti 

(-su, -§iau, -siu), v. a. to pound; to 

bruise; to shatter; to crash; to smash; 

to crush. 
KruStine, -es, sf shelled grain; barley 

groats. 
Kruteti (-tu,-tejau,-tesiu), v.n. to move; 

to stir; to act; to work leisurely. 
Krutine,-es, sf. breast; chest; fig. bosom. 



162 Kudlius 

Krutingas,/.-ga, <&/in.-gasis,/. -goji, adj. 

full-breasted. 
Krutinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to stir; to 

move; to touch. 
Krutis, -ties, sf. breast; duoii kudikiui 

kruties, to give suck to a child. 
Krutus,/. -ti, defin. -tusis,/. -6io|i, adj. 

stirring; active; nimble; laborious. | 

— tumas, -o, sm. activity ; nimbleness. 
Kruva, -os, dim. -vele, sf. heap; pile; 

msLSs;fig. crowd. 
Kruvinas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|I, adj. 

bloody ; sanguinary . |— nai, adv. blood- 
ily. 
Kruvinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to stain 

with blood; to steep in blood. 
Kruvuoti (-vuoju.-vavau.-vuosiu), v. a. 

to heap; to pile; to accumulate. 
Kubas, -o, sm. cube. 
Kubilas, -0, dim. -lelis, sm. tub; tank; 

vat. 
Kubilius, -iaus, sm. tub maker; tank 

maker; cooper. 
Kubiskas,/. -ka, <fc/ln.-kasis,/.-ko|i, adj. 

cubic(al). 
Kubka, -os, sf. cup; goblet; calix. 
Kucas, -0, sm. poodle. 
Kucius, -iaus, sm. stick; club; cudgel. 
Kucas, -o, sm. coach; carriage. 
Ku6ia, usually in the pi. Kuiios, -diij, sf. 

Christmas-eve; supper at Christmas- 

-eve. 
Kuttoti (-cioju,-£iojau,-5iosiu), v.n. to 

keep Kufcias; to eat supper at 

Christmas-eve. 
Kudak5yti(-siju,-sijau,-§ysiu), «. n. to 

chucWe; to cockle. 
Kudas,/. -da, defin. -dasis, /. -do|i, adj. 

lean; meagre. 
Kudasius, -iaus, sm. (vulg.) t —Hu. nesti, 

to run away; to flee. 
Kudikis, -io, dim. -kelis, sm. child; babe; 

infant. 
Kudikyste, -es, sf infancy. 
Kudiki§kas,/.-ka,d^w.-kasis,/.-koji,arf;\ 

babish; baby ish; infantine ; infantly; 

childish; child-like. | — kai, adv. in 

the manner of an infant; babishly. 
Kudla, -os, sf lock or tuft of hair. PI. 

—os, shags. 
Kudlas,/. -la, defin. -lasis, / -lo|i, adj. 

shaggy. 
Kudlius,/. -le, *. shaggy one; (twig.) 

shaggy headed man or wom<an. 



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Kudlotas 163 

Kudlotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, adj. 

shaggy; shagged. 
Kudloti (loju, -lojau, -losiu), v. a. to 

shag; to make shaggy; to dishevel. 
Kudmentas, -o, sm. fireside; hearth. 
Kuduras, -o, dim. -relis, sm. rag; tatter. 
Kugis, -lo, dim. -gel is, sm. sledge; ham- 
mer; [sieno, iiamty] cock; rick. 
Kuikis, = Kriukis. 
Kuila, -os, sf. rupture; hernia. 
Kuilys, -io, sm. boar. 
Kuiliuotis (-liuojuns, -liavaus, -liuo- 

siuos), v. rfl. to rut: to lust. 
Kuiluotas,/. -la, defin. -to%\z t f. -toji, adj. 

ruptured. 
Kuinas, -0, sm. bad horse; pad; jade. 
Kuinpalaikis, -lo, sm. mean or poor horse ; 

worthless nag; jade. 
Kuisys, -io, dim. -selis, -siukas, sm. gnat. 
Kujls, -jo, dim. -jelis, sm. sledge; ham- 
mer. 
Kujokas, -0, sm. crutch. 
KukaliS,-io, sm. bot. tare; darnel; cockle 

weed; corn cockle. Agrostemma 

githago. 
Kukaliuotas,/. -la, adj. full of tares or 

cockle-weeds. 
Kukauti, = Kukuoti. 
Kukavimas, -o, sm. cuckoo's cry. 
Kuklus,/. -II, dtfin. -lusis, /. -lioii, adj. 

modest; reserved; shy. | — liai, adv. 

modestly. | — lumas, -0, sm. modesty; 

shyness; bashfulness. 
Kuksta, = Kuoksta. 
Kukulls, -io, sm. dumpling of flour: roll; 

small loaf. 
Kukuoti (-kuoju,-kavau, -kuosiu), v. n. 

to cry like a cuckoo. 
Kukurbezdis, -dzio, sm. bot. pun* ball. 

Lycoperdon bovista. 
Kukuruzas, -o, sm. bot. Indian corn; 

maize. Zea mays. 
Kukute, = GegE. 

Kukutis, -Z\o,sm. orn. hoopoo; hoopoe. 
Kukzdeti (-du, -dejau, -desiu), v. a. to 

lisp; to whisper. 
Kula, -OS, sf. thrashing. 
Kulbe, -es,*f. gunstock. 
Kulbokas, -0, sm. bows (of a saddle) 
Kale [kul§'] v -es, sf. scrotum. | Vapsy 

— , wasp-nest. 2. — [kule], ergot; | 

beetle; mallet;|[= kula] thrashing. 
Kulejas,/. -|a, s. thrasher. 



Kumpanosis 



Kuletas,/. -ta, defin. -lasi.S,/. -toji, adj. 
afflicted with ergot. 

Kulgriauza, -os, *m. stone cutter. 

Kulimas, -o, sm. thrashing; thrashed 
corn. 

Kulynas, -0, sm. shrub; bush. 

Kulys, -io, sm. wad ; sheaf; bundle {of 
straw). 

Kulis, -ies, sf. bag:(kule) scrotum. Vap~ 
sy — , wasp-nest. 

Kulka, -os, sf. ball; bullet. 

Kulksis, Kulksnis, -ies, sf. ankle; ankle 
bone. 

Kuinas, -o, sm., Kulnis, -ies,*/. heel. 

Kulninis,/. -no, adj. of a heel. 

Kulsis, -ies, sf. hip; haunch. 

Kultas, -o, sm. cultus. 

Kulti (-liu,-liau,-lsiu), v. a. to thrash. | 
— s, v. rfl. to behave one's self bois- 
terously; to storm; to romp. 

Kultura, -os, sf. culture; cultivation; 
civilization. 

Kulturiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. of culture; civilized. 

Kultuvas, -o, sm. flail. 

Kultuve, -es, sf. outlet; washing-beetle. 

Kulvartas, -o, sm. [Kr.] ring-dove. 

Kulvirtys,-£io, sm. summerset; somerset; 
somersault. Kvlrtrtiais; KulvirH^ 
kulvirttais,wi\h neckbreakingspeed; 
desperately; headlong. 

Kuma, -os, dim. -mute, sf. godmother. 

Kumas, -o, dim. -mutis, -mudiukas, sm. 
godfather; sponsor. 

Kumbrys, Kumburys,-io,#w. protube ranee. 

Kumelaite, -es, sf. young mare; filly. 

Kumele, -es, sf. mare. 

Kumelinga,-os, adj.f. bearing; big with 
young; big with foal. 

Kumelys, -io, dim. -liukas, sm. foal; filly; 
colt. 

Kumeliuotis (liuojuos, -liavaus, -liuo- 
siuos), v.rfl. to foal. 

Kumelka, -os, Kumelpalaike, -es, sf. bad 
mare; jade. 

Kumelspenis, -io, sm. mare's nipple; bot. 
kind of mushroom. 

Ku metis, -dio, sm. menial; menial serv- 
ant. 

Kumyste, -es, sf. compaternity; sponsor- 
ship. 

Kumpanosis, /. -se, *. crook-nosed or 
hook-nosed person. 



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Kumpas 



Kumpas,/. -pa, defin. -pasis,/. -poji, adj. 
crooked; bent; curved. 

Kumpasnapis f /.-pe, s. one with a crook- 
ed bill. 

Kumpis, -io, sm. ham. 

Kumpsoti (-sau,-sojau,-sosiu), v.n. to sit 
or stay in a crooked manner; to 
lounge. 

Kumpti(-pstu,-pau,-psiu),r.w. to become 
crooked. 

KumicJa, -fcios, sf. fist. 

Kum&ioti(-cioju, -fciojau, -Siosiu), v.a. t 
— s, t.rjf. to push, to jostle (with the 
elbow or JUt); to hunch. 

Kumstereti (-riu,-r6jau,-resiu), v. a. inst. 
to hunch; to nudge; to jostle. 

Kunas, -o, sm. body ; flesh. 

Kund rotas, -o, sm. bot. madder, genus 
Rubia. 

Kunigaikiftute, -es, sf. princess (unmar- 
ried). 

Kunigaikftte, -es, sf. princess. 

Kunigaikfttiene,-es, sf. princess; duchess; 
consort of-a prince or duke. 

Kunigaikfttis, -6io, sm. prince; duke; Di- 
dis — , Grand duke. 

Kunigaikityste, -es, sf. principality; 
duchy; dukedom. 

Kunigaikfttiftkas,/.-ka, <fc/fo.-kasis,/. -ko- 
ji, adj. of a prince or duke; princely; 
princelike. | — kai, adv. princely; af- 
ter the manner of a prince or duke. 

Kunigas, -0, sm. priest; minister; cler- 
gyman; | duke. [Ob8ol.]. 

Kunigiene, -es, sf. priest's wife. 

Kunigija, -os, */. clergy. 

Kunigyste, -es, */. priesthood. 

Kunigiikas J.-ka, cf^?i.-kasis,/.-koii, adj. 
of a priest; priestly; priestlike. |— kai, 
adv. after the manner of a priest. 

Kuningas,/. -ga, <fr/w.-gasis,/.-goii, adj. 
corpulent; obese; stout. 

KuniSkas,/. -ka, <te/fa.-kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 
bodily; corporal; corporeal. | —kai, 
adv. bodily; corporeally. 

Kunytis (-ni juos,-nijaus,-nysiuos), v.rfi. 
to become incarnate;^, to become 
fulfilled or accomplished. 

Kunkulas, -o, sm. bubble. 

Kunkuliuoti (-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v. 
n. to bubble: to boil. 

Kuntas, -0, sm. [Kr.] cornet; paper bag; 
| [=svaras] pound. 



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Kuo [instr. ^Eas], with what;by what; 
wherewith \\adv. Kuo... tuo [=juo... 
juo] t the .. the. Kuo daugiau geri, 
tuo daugiau nori, the more you drink 
the more you want. 2. as a pre- 
fix to superlative degree of adjec- 
tives and adverbs. Kuogeriausias, 
the best of all. Kuomatiausiai, least 
of all. 

Kuodas, -0, sm. tuft; crest; [povo] chap- 
let. 

Kuodelis,-io, (dim. of Kvodab), sm. little 
crest; [verpiamas] bunch; roller; fig. 
distaff. 

Kuodis, -dzio, sm. crested or tufted one; 
| lark. 

Kuodytis (-dijuos,-dijaus-dysiuos), Kuo- 
duotis(-duojuos, -davaus, -duosiuos), 
v.rfi. to fight by pulling the hair; to 
scuffle. 

Kuoduotas,/.-ta, defin.. tasis,/. -to|i, prt. 
crested; tufted. 

Kuoja, -os,*f. icht. red-eye; rudd. Leu- 
ciscus erythrophthalmus. 

Kuoka,-os, sf. bat ; stick; cudgel; racket. 

Kuokita, -os, dim. -tele, sf. armful; — #*• 
no, siaudti. armful of hay, straw. 

Kuolas, -o, dim. -lelis, sm. pin; peg; 
[mietas] pale ; stake : kuoty tvora, pal- 
isade. 

Kuomet,a<fr.when; while. Kuomet-nors 
whenever. 

Kuomi [instr. ofKk&\, with what; by 
what; wherewith. 

Kuopa, -os, dim. -pele, sf. group; cluster 
(of people). 

Kuopimas, -o, sm. cleaning. 

Kuopinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to group; 
to bring together. |— s, v.rfi. to come 
together; to assemble. 

Kuopti(-piu,-piau,-psiu), v.a. to clean; 
to cleanse; to scour. Bitis — , to take 
honey out of a hive. 

Kuopuoti (-puoju,-pavau,-puosiu), v. a. 
to grou p ; to b ri ng together. | — %, v.rfi. 
to come together; to meet together; 
to assemble; | to copulate. 

Kuoras, -o, sm. tower. 

Kuosa, -os, sf. orn. chough; daw; jack- 
daw. 

Kuosakis,/. -ke. s. squint eyed man or 
woman. 

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Kupecviete 165 

Kupecviete, -es, sf. place where cocks or 
cops of hay are placed. 

Kupeta,-os,<frm.-tele, sf. cock; cop; rick. 

Kupinas,/. -na, d</Jn.-nasis,/. -no|i, adj. 
full; crowded to excess. 

Kupinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to heap; 
to pile up. 

Kupka, = Kubka. 

Kupole, -es, sf. hot. Saint John's- wort; 
hypericon. Hypericum perforatum. 

Kupoiiotl (-lioju,-liojau,-liosiu), v. a. n. 
to gather Saint John's-wort and 
other wild flowers at the Midsum- 
mer-night. 

Kuponas, -o, sm coupon. 

Kuporosas, -o, sm. copperas; sulphate 
of iron. 

Kupra, -os, sf. hunch; hump; §' kuprq 
svsimesti, to become humpbacked. 

Kupranugaris, -io, sm. humpback; zool. 
camel. 

Kuprineti (-neju,-n£jau,-nesiu), v.n.dur. 
to walk about crookedly. 

Kuprinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. n. (coUoq.) 
to go with the body bent forward. 
|— 5, v.rfl. to stcop; to bend the body 
forward. 

Kuprys,/. -re, dm -relis,«. hunchback; 
hunchbacked one. 

Kuprone, -es, dim. -nele, sf. hunchback- 
ed woman. 

Kuprotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
humpbacked; hunchbacked. 

Kupstas, -o, dim. -lei is, sm. hill; mole- 
cast; molehill;) tuft; bunch; cluster 
of shrubs. 

Kupstyne, -es, sf. hilly place. 

Kupstuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, "adj. 
hilly; abounding with molehills; 
tufty. 

Kw, adv. interr. where ; whither ; where- 
to; relat. where there; [=kaip] how; 
kuraiiinosiuf how can I know. Kw- 
•ne-kttr, here and there. Kur-nors, 
wheresoever; anywhere. Kw-ten, 
wherever; wheresoever. 

Kurapka, -os, sf. orn. partridge. 

Kuras, -o, sm. fuel. 

Kurdias,/. -fcia, defin.4\*%\% f f.4\o\\, adj. 
deaf; fig. dull. Kuretas balsas, dull 
sound. | — dial, adc. deafly. 

Kurejas,/. -la, *. fireman; stoker; kin- 
dler. 



Kurva 



Kurenti, = Kukinti. 

Kurgi, adv. where then; [=kaipgi]how; 

how then. 
Kurinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to burn; 

[krosnf] to heat. 
Kurls, = Kubs. 

Kurka, -OS, sf. heel (of a shoe). 
Kurke, -es, sf. turkey hen. 
Kurkiena, -OS, sf. meat of turkey; [kep~ 

Ut] roast turkey. 
Kurkinas, -o, sm. turkey cock. 
Kurklys, -io, sm. ent. scorpion. 
Kurkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu) f v.n. to croak 

(as a frog). 
Kurkulai, -y, sm. pi. frog spawn. 
Kurlink, adv. what way; which way; in 

what direction. 
Kurmis, -io, sm. zool. mole: molewarp. 
Ki/rmiarausis.-to, sm. molehill ; molecast. 
Kurpaiius, -iaus, sm. shoe last. 
Kurpe,-es, sf. shoe; slipper. 
Kurpetas,/. -to, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

having shoes on. 
Kurpius, -iaus, sm. shoemaker. 
Kurpiuviene, -es, sf. shoemaker's wife. 
Kurpsiuvys, = Kurpius. 
Kurptl (-piu f -piau,-psiu), v.a. to bungle; 

to botch; to perform clumsily. 
Kurpute,-es,{f.6ol. monk's-hood; priest's 

pintle. Aconitum napellus. 
Kurs,/. -ri, pron. which; who; that. 
Kursti (-rstu,-rtau,-rsiu), v. n. to grow 

deaf. 
Kurstyti (-stau,-sciau,-tysiu), v.ajrq. to 

make or fix a flre;^. to entice; to 

incite; to instigate; to enkindle. 
Kurstytoias,/. -ia, *.. one who fixes fire; 

fig. incendiary; tempter; instigator. 
Kursas, -o, sm. Kurland. 
Kurtas, -o, sm. greyhound. 
Kurtl (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to make a 

fire. 
Kurtybe, -es, sf. deafness. 
Kurtinas,/. -na, adj. deaf. | — nai, adv. 

deafly. 
Kurtinys, -io, sm. (vulg.) deaf fellow; | 

arch, gable end. 
Kurtinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to deafen; 

to make deaf; to stun. 
Kurtumas, -o, sm. deafness. 
Kurtus,/. -ti, defin. -tusis, /. -5io|i, adj. 

deaf. = Kurchs. 
Kurva, -os, sf. whore; prostitute. 



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Kvatotis 



Kurvininkas,/. -ke, *. wenchor; prosti- 
tute. 
Kurvintis (-nuos,-naus,-nsiuos), v.rfl. to 

practice lewdness. 
KurviSkas,/.-ka, cte/m.-kasis,/. -ko\\ t adj. 

whore-like. j — kai, adv. after the 
' manner of a whore. 
Kurzeme, -es, sf. Kurland. = Kursas. 
Kusyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.a. to entice; 

to instigate; to tempt. 
Kusyto|as,/. -|a, s. instigator; tempter. 
Kusti(kuntu, kutau, kusiu), v.n. to 

slack; to slacken; to relax; | to grow 

better; to recover. 2. — (kustu, ku- 

dau, kusiu), v.n. to grow lean; to be- 
come meagre. 
Kusbendris, -io, sm. [Kr.] partaker in a 

coition. 
Kusinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. (coUoq.) to 

touch. 
Kusys, -io, sm. pubes. 
Kuskailis, = Kutkailis. 
KuSkis, -io, sm. tuft; wisp. 
Kutas, -o,<ft*7/i. -telis, sm. tassel; fringe; 

tuft. 
Kute, -es, dim. -tele, sf stable; stall. 
Kutenimas, -oi sm. tickling; titillation; 

| itching. 
Kutenti ( nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to tickle; 

to titillate;./?//, to tickle; to gratify. 

|— S, v.rfl. to tickle each other; (apie 

paukSHus) to scratch with the bill; 

to plume. 
Kutkailis, -io, sm. piece of fur. 
Kutlus,/. -II, adj. ticklish. 
Kutosas,-o, tfim.-seiis, sm. fringe; tassel; 

tuft. = Kutas. 
Kutrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis, /. -rio|i, adj. 

vigorous; robust; active; assiduous. 
Kutulys, -Io, sm. tickling; titillation. 
Kutuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v.a. to 

tickle; to tug: [kutais apsodinti] to 

tassel; to fringe. 
Kuvekseti (-siu,-sejau, -sesiu), v.n. to 

quack ; to squeak ; to squeal. 
Kuzas, -0, sm. jacket. 
Kuzdeti (-du,-dejau,-desiu),©.a. to speak 

in a low voice; to whisper. 
Kvailas,/. -la, defin. -lasis,/. -lo|i, adj. 

dull; stupid; silly; crazy. ||— lai, adv. 

stupidly; sillily; foolishly. 
Kvailybe, -es, sf. stupidity; foolishness; 

idiocy. 



Kvailinti (-nu f -nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 

stupid or dull; to fool. 
Kvailys,/. -le, s. fool; silly or stupid 

person; blockhead. 
Kvailyste,-es, sf. stupidity. =KvailybE. 
Kvailti (-lstu,-lau,-lsiu), v.n. to become 

foolish. 
Kvailumas,-o, sm. blockishness; foolish- 
ness. 
Kvaisti(-stu,-tau,-siu),t>./i. to feel giddy. 
Kvaisas,/. 5e,*. fool; idiot; dolt. 
Kvaisinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to fool; 

to infatuate; to make foolish. 
Kvaisti (-stu,-sau,-§iu), v.n to become 

foolish; to become stupid; | to grow 

giddy. 
Kvaitulys, -io, sm. vertigo; dizziness; 

[aviy, ligd] sturdy. 
Kvaituliuoti (-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v, 

n. to act giddily; to be dizzy; {apie 

avis) to be afflicted with sturdy. 
Kvakseti (-siu, -sejau, -sesiu), v. n. to 

quack; to croak. 
Kvanksti (-§ciu, -s£iau, -§iu), v. n. to . 

wheeze; to breathe hard. 
Kvapas, -o, sm. odor; scent; fragrance; 

[krepavimas] breath. 
Kvape, -es, sf. icht. burbot; eelpout. 
Kvapenti, = Kvepenti. 
Kvapsningas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 

adj. fragrant. | — gai, adv. fragrantly. 
Kvapsnys, -io, sm. scent; smell; fragran- 

cy; perfume. 
Kvapstis, -ies, sf Kvapsnys. 
Kvapumas, -o, sm. fragrancy; sweetness 

of smell. 
Kvapus,/. -pi, defin. -pusis,/. -pioji, adj. 

sweet scented ; fragrant. 
Kvarantana, -OS, sf. quarantine. 
Kvarkseti (-siu, -sejau, -sesiu), vfrq. f 

Kvarkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

quack ;*• croak. 
Kvarksje, -es, sf clucking hen; brood 

hen. 
Kvarksti (-sfci u, -sciau, -siu), v. n. to cluck . 
Kvarsinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to tease; 

to provoke; to irritate. 
Kvarteronas,/. -ne, *. quadroon. 
Kvatiera, -os, sf. quarters; lodgings. 
Kvatieruoti (ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v.a. 

to quarter; to lodge. 
Kvatojimasi,-osi sm. horselaugh : guffaw. 
Kvatotis (-tojuos,-tojaus,-tosiuos), v.rfl. 

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Laidotl 



Kvepalas, -o, sm. sweet smelling sub- 
stance; perfume. 
Kvepavimas, -o, sm. breathing. 
Kvepenti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to smell. 
Kvepeti (-piu, -pejau, -pesiu), v. n. to 

smell: to emit scenl. 
Kvepinti (-nu,-nau, -nsiu), v. a. to fill 

with odor or perfume; to perfume. 
Kvepti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. n. to 

breathe; to blow. 
Kvepuoti(-puoju,-pavau,-puosiu), v. n. 

to breathe. 
Kvestorius, -iaus, sm. mendicant friar. 
Kviediole, -es, sf. orn. fieldfare. 
Kviesliauti(-liauju,-liavau, -liausiu), v. 

n. to be one of inviters; to be in a 

company of inviters. 
Kvieslys, -io, sm. inviter (one wJw invites 

guests to a wedding). 
Kvieslyste, -es,*/. invitation;! company 

of inviters. 
Kviesti (kvieciu,kvicciau,kviesiu), v.a. 

to invite. 
Kvietiena, -OS, */. wheat field. 
Kvietinis,/. -ne, adj. wheaten; wheat... 
Kvietys, -ch>, sm. wheat. TurkUkas — , 

maize; Indian corn. 
Kvietka, -os, */. flower. 
Kvietkuotas,/.-ta, defin -tasis,/.-to|i, adj. 

flowered; | figured. 
Kvietkuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v.a. 

to flower; to embellish with flowers 

or figures. 
Kvykti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),t\/i. to squeak; 

to squeal. 
Kvynas, = Kmynas. 
Kvipti(kvimpu, kvipau, kvipsiu), v. n. 

to begin to smell. 
Kvita,-os, dim. -tele,*/, receipt; note. 
Kvituoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v.a. to 

receipt; to give a receipt for. 
Kvoldas,-o, dim. -delis, sm. fold; rumple; 

wrinkle. 
Kvolduotas,/.-ta, defin. Axs\%,f. -toil, «#'. 

folded; tucked. 
Kvolduoti (-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v. a. 

to fold; to tuck. 
Kvorta, -os, sf. quart; two pints. 
Kvosti (kvo£iu,-ciau, -siu), v. a. to in- 
terrogate: to inquire; to question; — 

Uudininkus, to question witnesses. 
Kvotejas,/. -la,*, interrogator; questi- 
oner; examiner. 
Kvotlmas, -0, sm. inquiring; inquiry; 
interrogation; examination. 



Labai, adv. very; much; greatly; — ge- 

rai, very well; very good. 
Labas,/. -ba, defin. -basis,/. -bo|i, adj. 

good; well disposed; favorable; 

friendly. Labas rytas, good morning; 

— zakaras, good evening. 
Labas, -0, sm. good; welfare; fortune; 

wealth. 
Labdaringas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 

adj. beneficent; charitable. | —gal, 

adv. beneficently. 
Labdaringumas, -o, sm. beneficence. 
Labdarys,/ -re, *. benefactor. 
Labdaryste, -es, sf. benefaction; benefi- 
cence. 
Labiau [Comp. of Labai], more. 
Labintis (-nuos,-naus,-nsiuos), v. rfl. to 

ingratiate one's self; to coax; to 

wheedle. 
Labirintas, -0, sm. labyrinth; maze. 
Laboratory, -os, */. laboratory. 
Lai, part, permits, let. 
Laibas,/ -ba, defin. -basis,/, -boji, adj. 

slim; slender; lank; thin.J— bai, adv. 

thinly. 
Laibeti (-beju, -bejau, -besiu), v. n. to 

grow slim or slender; to become 

thin. 
Laibgalis, -io, sm. the thin end. 
Laibinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to thin; 

to make slender. 
Laibumas,-o, sm. slenderness; thinness. 
Laida, -OS, sf (leidima*) permission; 

leave; consent; [knygos] edition. 
Laidaras, -o, & -rys, -io, sm. cow-yard; 

stock-yard. 
Laidas, -o, sm. bail; surety; [uistatas] 

pawn. 
Laidavimas, -o, sm. giving bail. 
Laidyti(-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. (van- 
deniu) to float; to raft; [metyti] to 
throw. 
Laidojimas, -o,*?n. burial; interment. 
Laidokybe,-es> */. debauchery; knavery. 
Laidokas, /. -ke, *. dissolute person; 

rascal; scoundrel. 
Laidokauti (-kauju, -kavau, -kausiu), v. 

n. to lead a debauched life. 
Laidokavimas, -o, sm. debauched life; 

knavery. 
Laidoti (-doju,-dojau, -dosiu), «. a. to 
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Laidotojas,/ -fa, *. burier. 

Laidotuveviq, */. pi. burial; burial serv- 
ice; interment. 

Laidukas, -o, sm. tap; faucet; cock. 

Laiduoti (-duoju,-davau, -duosiu), v. a. 
to bail; to give security; to answer 
for. 

Laiduotinis,/. -n$, s. hostage. 

Laigonas, -o, sm. brother-in-law. 

Laikas, -o, sm. time; period; term; [me- 
ty — ] season. Laiku, in time; time- 
ly. 

Laikinas,/. -n*,defin. -nasis,/.-no|i, adj. 
timely; temporal; provisory; pro- 
visional. | — nai, adv. temporally; 
provisorily. 

Laikinis,/. -ne, adj. temporal; secular. 

Laikytl (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu),u.a. to hold; 
to keep. |— S, v.rfl. to keep for one's 
self;(A;<j)to catch a thing; to lay 
hold; fig. to stick to; to abide by; to 
hold out; (gerai,blogai) to be well, ill. 

Laikmetis, -fcio, sm. period; time. 

Laikraitifa, -OS, */. journalism; press. 

Laikrastininkas, -o, sm. journalist. 

LaikrasMs,-tio,*ro. periodical; newspa- 
per. 

Laikrodis, -dzio, dim. -delis, sm. watch; 
(sieninis) clock. 

Laima, *os, #/. fortune; fate; destiny; 
lot; | myth, goddess of fate. 

Laime, -as, */. fortune; good fortune; 
luck; success; happiness. 

Laimetl(-miu,-m§jau,-mesiu), v. a. to 
win; to gain; to profit; to earn. 

Laimikis,-io, sm. gain; profit; lucre; ac- 
quisition; prize. 

Laimingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasia, /. -goji, 

. adj. lucky; fortunate; happy; suc- 
cessful. I— gal, adv. luckily; happily; 
successfully. 
I— gumas,-o, sm. luckiness; happiness. 

Laiminti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to bless. 

Lainas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, adj. 
slim; slender; lank; thin. 

Lainumas, -o,*w. slenderness. 

Laipineti (-neju,-nejau,-n6siu), Laipioti 
(-pioju,-piojau,-piosiu), v. n.frq. to 
climb; to clamber. 

Laipsniavimas, -o, sm. gram, compari- 
son. 

Laipsnis, -io,m. degree; grade. 

Laipsnitkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. gradual. |— kai, adv. gradually. 



Laizyti 

Laipsniuotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 

adj. having grades or steps; gradual. 
Laipsniuotl (-niuoju, -niavau, -niuosiu), 

v.a. to raise to a higher degree; to 

promote; gram, to compare. 
Laiptas, -o,sm. step; stair. PI. — tai, -4, 

stairs; staircase. 
Laistas, -0, sm. plastering; plaster; 

roughcast. 
Laistymas,-o, sm. sprinkling; watering; 

I plastering. 
Laistyti ( [la'istyti] -stau,-sciau,-stysiu), 

v.a. to pour; tosprinkle; to water. 2. 

— paisty'ti], v.a. to plaster. 
Laistytojas,/. -|a, a. sprinkler; one who 

sprinkles; | plasterer. 
Laistuvas, -0, sm. watering pot; sprink- 
ling can; | block plane; smoothing 

plane. 
Laisvamanybe,-es, */. free thought. 
Laisvamanis,/. -nS, s. freethinker. 
Laisvamanyste, -es, sf. freethinking; 

free thought. 
Lal«vamaniika$,/.-ka,(f€/fn.-ka8i«,/.-ko|i, 

adj. freethinking; pertaining to free 

thought. 
Laisvas,/. -va, defin. -vasts,/. -vo|i, adj. 

free; enjoying liberty. | — vai, adv. 

freely. 
Laisve,-es, sf. liberty; freedom. 
Lai&iai, -ii|, sm. pi. hot. bird's tares; cow 

vetch. Vicia cracca. 
Laiskas, -o, *m. letter; epistle; | leaf; 

blade (of corn). 
Lalvaduiis, -io, sm. shipwreck. 
Laivakrusa, -os, sf. shipwreck. 
Laivas, -0, dim. -veils, sm. ship; vessel; 

kartfkas — , man-of-war; burinis — , 

sailing ship; sailer. 
Laive,-es, dim. -velo, sf. boat. 
Laivynas, -0, sm., Laivyne, -as, sf. fleet; 

(kares) navy. 
Laivlnlnkas,/ -ke, *. mariner; seaman; 

sailor. 
Laivinlnkyste,-es, */. nautics; navigation. 
Laivinis,/. -n%,adj. ship's; of a ship; 

nautical. 
Laizybos, -q, sf. pi bet. = Lazybos. 
Laiiintis (-nuos,-naus, -nsiuos), v.rfl. to 

bet; to wager. = Lazintis. 
Laizyti (-iau,-ziau,-zysiu), v.a. to lick. 

I — %, v.rfl. to lick one's self; to lick 

each other; (kam) lo flatter; to ca- 
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Lapynas 



Lapnis,/. -ne, adj. tallow; made of tal- 
low^ 
La|us, -fans, sm. tallow; suet. 
Laka, -os, sf. opening (in a hive or pig- 
eon house). 
Lakalas, -o, sm. dog's meat; food for 

dog. 
Lakas, -o, dim. -kalis, sm. glume; chaff. 
Lakdinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Lakinti (-nu, 
-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to give to lap; to 
feed. 
Lakiojimas, -o, sm. running; flying. 
Lakioti (-kioju,-kiojau,-kiosiu), v.n. to 

run about; to fly about. 
Ukiruoti(-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v. a. 

to lacquer; to varnish. 
Lakiiis, -io, sm. hot. clotbur. 
Lakstymas, -o, sm. running; flying. 
Lakstyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), vfrq. to 

run about; to fly about. 
Laksiniai, -ty, sm. pi vermicelli. 
Lakita, = Lakta. 

Lakitas, -o, sm. page; | sheet (of paper). 
Lakfttingala, -os, sf. orn. nightingale. 
Lakta, -os,*/. roost; perch (for hen). 
Laktl(-ku,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to lap. 
Laktukai, -q f sm, pi bot. garden lettuce. 

Lactuca sativa. 
Lakunas, -o, sm. running footman; run- 
ner \orn. decoy bird; | kite. 
Lakuoti (-kuoju,-kavau, -kuosiu), v. n. 

to pant. 
Lakus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis, /. -kioji, adj. 

easy running; current; volatile. 
Laluoti (-luoju,-lavau,-luosiu), v. n. to 

sing"la-la-la..." 
Lamalal, -4, sm. pi trap. 
Lamdyti (-dau.-dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

rumple; to crumple. 
Lamstai, -i[, sm. pi. pattern; design. 
Lamstuotas,/.-ta, d«/m.-tasis,/.-to|i, adj. 
woven in variegated patterns or fig- 
ures. 
Lamstuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v.a. 

to design; to diaper. 
Lamzdys,-diio, dwi.-delis, sm. fife ; shalm . 
Landa, -os, sf. opening ;creephole;|*m/. 
importunate fellow or woman; in- 
truder. 
Landykla, Landyna, -as, sf. den; haunt. 
Landyli (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), Landzioti 
(-dzioju,-dziojau,-dz osiu), r. n.frq. 
to creep about; to creep in or out; to 
crawl about. 



Landonis, -las, sf. felon; paronychia. 
Landukas, -0, sm. troublesome, impor- 
tunate fellow; obtruder. 
Landumas, -0, sm, importunateness; ob« 

trusiveness; intrusiveness. 
Landunas,/. -na, s. intruder; obtruder. 
Landus,/. -di, rf«?/?/i.-diisis,/. -dziofi, adj. 
intrusive; troublesome; molestful; 
obtrusive. | -dzial, <zrif. obtrusively; 
intrusively; troublesomely. 
Langas, -0, dim. -gelis, sm. window; | 

chequer, checker. 
Langatiasa, -as, */. window blind; win- 
dow curtain. 
Langavirs, -as, Langinytia, -ios, sf. shut- 
ter. 
Langlnls,/. -n§, adj. window... 
Langius, -iaus, sm. glasier. 
LanguoUs,/. A&,dejin. -tasis,/.-!o|i, adj. 
windowed; | squared; checkered; 
checked. 
Languot!(-guoju,-gavau,-guosiu) t v. a. 
to window :to furnish with windows. 
Lanka, -os, sf. meadow; valley. 
Lankas, -0, dim. -kalis, sm. curve; bow; 
arch; [saujamas\ bow; [statinems] 
hoop. 
Lankana, -os, sf. adz. 
Lankymas, -0, sm. visiting; visit. 
Lankininkas,/. -ka, s. archer. 
Lankyti (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to vis- 
it; to come to see; to frequent. 
Lankyto|as,/. -|a, *. visitor; frequenter. 
Lanksmas,-o, sm. bending; bend; curve; 

turn. 
Lankstyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v.a.frq. 
to bend; to bow; to curve; to turn. 
Lanktis, -Sio, sm. reel; winch; windlass. 
Lankumas, -0, sm. flexibility. 
Lankus,/. -ki, adj. -kusis,/. -kiojl,o<&. 
pliant; flexible; supple, compilable. 
Lankute, -as, [dim. o/Lank\] sf. little 

meadow. 
Lapas, -0, dim. -palis, sm. leaf; blade; 

(popierotf) sheet. 
Lapa, -as, sf. zool fox. 
Lapiana, -as, sf. herb soup. 
Lapenos, -4, #f pl> fox fur. 
Lapiena, -os, sf. fox meat. 
Lapija, -OS, sf. foliage; leaves (of trees); 

green branches: green sprigs. 
Lapinas, -0, sm. he-fox. 
Lapynas, •©, sm. forest of leaf bearing 
plants. 



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Lapine kepure, sf. cap made of fox fur. 

Lapinis,/. -ne, adj. of fox; fox... 

Lapkritys, -5io, sm. November. 

Lapukas, -o f #m. leaf bearing plant; | 
leaf (of cabbage, etc. ). 

Lapuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. Ao\\ t adj. 
leafy. 

Lapuoti (-puoju,-pavau, -puosiu), v. n. 
to leaf; to come into leaf; to put 
forth leaves. 

Lasa, -os, sf. (lesimas) picking; peck; 
(lesalax) bird's food. 

Lasta, usually in the pi. Lfstos, -ij, sf. 
coop; goo&ery; fig. lockup. 

Lasas,-o, d/m.-Selis, sm. drop; fig. drop; 
small quantity of liquor. 

Lasasa, = LaSiSa. 

LaSeti (-sii,-sejau,-§§siu), v.n. to drop; 
to drip; to trickle. 

Lasiniai, -ii|, sm. pi. bacon. 

Lasinius,/. -ne, s. bacon eater; bacon 
stealer. 

Lasinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to let fall 
in drops; to drop. 

Lasisa, -os, sf icht. salmon. 

Lasisaite, -es, sf salmon trout. 

Lasnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu)i *>• w. to 
fall in small drops; to drizzle. 

Lasukas, -o, sin. funnel. 

Lataka, -os, */. funnel; spile. 

Latras, -o, sm. vile wretch; miscreant; 
rascal. 

Latrauti (-rauju,-ravau,-rausiu), r.n. to 
lead a dissolute life; to act wickedly. 

Latryste,-es, sf. knavery; roguery; mal- 
efaction; misdeed. 

LatriSkas,/. -ka, ^/i.-kasis,/.-ko|i, adj. 
loose; dissolute; roguish; knavish; 
maleficient. |— kai, adv. wickedly; ro- 
guishly. 

Latvija, -os, sf. Lettland ; Lettonia. 

Latvys,/. -ve, *. Lettlander; Lettonian. 

LalviSkas,/.-ka, rte/*X-kasis,/.-koii, adj., 
—kai, adv. Lettlandish; Lettonian. 

Lauk, Laukan, inter/, get out; go away; 
get you gone; begone. 

Laukas, -0, dim. -kelis, sm. field; | out- 
side. Eikime laukan, let us go out. 
Islauko % from outside; from with- 
out; externally. 

Laukas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, adj. 
blazed ;with a white spot on the fore- 
head (said of animals). 



Lavonas 



Lauke, adv. without: out of doors; out- 
doors. 

Laukininkas,/.-ke, s. countryman; farm- 
er. 

Laukininkyste, -es, sf. agriculture. 

Laukinis,/. -ne, adj. wild. 

Laukis, -io, sm. animal with a white 
spot on the forehead ; blazed animal. 

Lauknesa, -os, sf. dinner pail. 

Lauksargis,/. -ge, s. field watchman. 

Laukimas, -0, sm. expectation; waiting. 

Laukstus,/. -ti, defin. -tusis,/.-cioji, adj. 
waste; deserted; desolate; dreary; 
gloomy. | — 6iai, adv. drearily ; gloom- 
ily. II -turn as, sm. wasteness; desola- 
teness; dreariness; gloominess. 

Laukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to wait 
for; to expect. 

Laumazirgis, -io, sm. ent. dragon fly. 

Laume,-es, */. myth, fay; fairy. Laumes 
juosta, rainbow. Laumes papas, 
thunderbolt; thunder-stone. Laumes 
Sluota, mistletoe. 

Launagas, -o, sm. night-meal. Didysis 
— , greater night-meal. Afa&asi* — , 
[called also Launagynas], smaller 
night-meal; night luncheon. 

Laupyti (-pau,-piau,-pysiu), v.a.frq. to 
break; to crumb. 

Lauzas, -o, sm. wood pile; pyre. 

Lauzykla, -os, sf breaker. Akmeny — , 
stone pit; quarry. 

Lauzymas, -o,*wi. breaking; fracturing. 

Lauzyti (-zau, -ziau, -zysiu), v. a.frq., 
Lauzti (-ziu,-ziau,-siu), v.a. to break. 
Lauiyti tiesas, to break the law. 
Lauzyti savo pHzadejim^ to violate 
one's promise. 

Lauztuvas, -o, sm. crowbar. 

Lauzus,/. -zi, defin. -zusis,/. -zioji, adj. 
fragile; brittle. | -ill mas, sm. fragili- 
ty; brittleness. 

Lava, -os, sf. lava. 

Lavendra, -os,*/*. bot. lavender. Laven- 
dulaspica, L. vera. 

Lavina, -os, sf avalanche. 

Lavinimas, -o, *w. exercising; training. 

Lavinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu) f r.a. to exercise; 
to train. | — s, v.rfl. to train one's 
self; to exercise one's self. 

Laviruoti (-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v. n. 
to tack ; to veer. 

Lavonas, -o, sm. dead body; corpse. 



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Lavondengte, -es, sf. pall; shroud. 
Lavongalviij vieta, bibl. place of skulls; 

Calvary ; Golgotha. 
Lavonsargis,/.-ge, *. watchman of dead 

men's bodies. 
Lavonvazis, -io, sm. hearse. 
Lata, -08, sf. service done in socage; 

compelled service; serfdom. 
Lazauninkas,/. -ke, *. serf. 
Lazda, -os, dim. -dele, sf. stick; cane; 

staff ;[avgmens] stalk; stem. 
Lazdynas, -o,*wi. Lazel; hazel nut tree. 
Lazdyninis,/. -ne, adj. made of hazel 

wood; pertaining to hazel. 
Lazdinis,/. -ne, adj. cany. 
Lazybos, -4,*/. pi. bet; wager. 
Lazininkas,/. -ke, *. serf. 
LazintIs(-nuos,-naus,-nsiuos), v.rfl. to 

bet; to wager. 
Lazurkas, -0, sm. azure dye. 
Lazurkuoti(-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu),®.a. 

to dye azure. 
Leba, -os, */. revelry; orgies. 
Lebauninkas,/.-ke>. reveler; debauchee; 

lavisher; rake. 
Lebauti(-bauju,-bavau, -bausiu), v. n. 

to revel; to carouse; to feast with 

loose merriment; to act the baccha- 
nalian. 
Lebavimas,-o,*ro. reveling; banqueting; 

revelry. 
Lebedinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. (colloq.) 

to bungle; to perform awkwardly. 
Lebunas, = LEbauninkas. 
Ledas, -0, sm. ice. PL — dai, ice; | hail. 
Ledaune, -es, sf. ice house. 
Ledeti (-deju, -dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 

congeal ; to freeze. 
Ledynas, -0, sm. glacier; iceberg. 
Ledyne,-es, sf. floating ice; floe; ice floe. 
Lediny&a, -ios, sf. ice house ;| copperas; 

solution of green vitriol. 
Led in is,/, -ne, adj. of ice; icy. Ledines 

tvakeSy icicles. 
Ledokas,/.-ke, s. rascal; scoundrel; vil- 
lain. = Laidokas. 
Ledokauti, = Laidokauti. 
Ledrune, -es, */. bot. marren gross. 

Psamma. 
Ledtakis, -io, sm. icicle. 
Leduotas,/. -la, dejin. -lasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

icy; covered with ice; full of ice 

sheets. 



Lektorius 



Ledzinga, -os, sf. horse shoe; | skate. 

Ledzingys,/. -ge, *. skater. 

Ledzingoti (-goju,-gojau,-gosiu), v.n. to 
skate. 

Legenda, -os, sf. legend ; legendary sto- 
ry. 

Legijonas, -0, sm. legion. 

Leidejas,/. -|a, s. one who lets; letter; 
permit ter; [hnyg%, etc.] publisher. 

Leidikas,/.-ke,#. ferryman. 

Leidimas, -0, sm. letting in or out; let- 
ting go; [kraujo] bloodletting; [pa- 
tetijimas] permission; [knygy, etc.] 
publishing; publication. 

Leidukas, = Laidukas. 

Leika, -os, #/. funnel. 

Leilumas, -0, sm. thinness; slenderness. 

Leilus,/.-li, <f</i».-lusis,/.-lio|i, adj. thin; 
slender; slim. 

Leipti (-stu,-pau,-psiu), v.n. to faint; to 
swoon. 

Leisti (-dziu,-dau,-siu), v.a. to let; to 
let go; to let loose; to permit; [laik- 
raittj, etc.] to publish; — kravjq, to 
let blood, to bleed ; — per upfr to 
farry ; to carry over a river. | — s, v. 
rjt. [kq pradeii] to undertake; to 
venture; to start; to begin; [iemyn] 
to descend; to lighten; to go down; 
\kelione~n] to set out; to set on or up- 
on; [apiesaule] to set; [dorUkai] to 
soften; to relent. 

Leisis, -io, sm. bot. cow - vetch. Vicia 
cracca. 

Lekcija, -os, sf. lesson; | lecture. 

Lekdinti (-nu,-nau, -nsiu), v. a. to let 
run; to let fly; to make one running 
or flying. 

Leketas,-o, sm. implement for twisting 
cards; twister. 

Leketuoti (-tuoju,-tavau, -tuosiu), v. a. 
to twist. 

Lekimas, -0, sm. running; flying. 

Lekstas,/.-ta, dejin. -tasis*,/. -to|i, adj. 
shallow. 

Lekste,-es, sf. plate. Dero.-tele, sf. sau- 
cer; dessert plate. 

Lekstumas, -o,sm. shallowness. 

Lekstve,-es, sf. opt. lens. 

Lekti(-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to run; to 
fly. 

Lektika,-os, sf. sedan chair; palanquin. 

Lektorius,-iaus, sm. lecturer. 



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172 



Leniis 



Leias, = LElis. 

Lele, -es, sf doll; puppet; [afcu»]pupil. 

Lelesa, -os, sf med. pleurisy. 

Lelija, -os, dim. -jele, sf. bot. lily. Lili- 
um. L. baUoji, St. Joseph's lily. L. 
cand i u m . L. b. vandenine, white wa- 
ter lily. Nymphaeaalba. L.vandeni- 
negettonoji, yellow water lily. Nym- 
phaea lutea. L. melynoji, German 
Iris. Iris Germanica. 

Lelis,-io, sm. orn. churn owl; goatsuck- 
er. 

Lelisis, -la, sm. anat. spleen; milt. 

Lemejas,/. -|a, s. foreteller; prognosti- 
cator. 

Lementorius, -iaus, sm. A - B - - book; 
primer; spelling book. 

Lemimas, -o, sm. foretelling; prognos- 
tication; destining. 

Lemtas,/.-ta, de/?n.-tasis,/.-to|i,a<#. des- 
tined .doomed ;[dora*] honest; good; 
fair. 

Lemti (-miu,-miau,-msiu), v.a. to des- 
tine; to doom ; to foretell. 

Lenas, = LEtas. 

Lenciugas, -o, dim. -gelfs, sm. chain. 

Lend re, -es, d im. -rele, sf. cane; reed. 

Lendrinis/.-ne, adj. cany; reoden; made 
of reeds or canes. 

Lengvaduonis, /. -no, *. hanger-on; de- 
pendent. 

Lengvamanybe,-es, sf. light-mindedness; 
fickleness. # 

Lengvamaningas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. 
-go|i, adj. light-minded; light-heart- 
ed; fickle. | — gai, adv. light-mind- 
ed ly . |— gumas, sm. light-minded ness. 

Lengvamanis, /. -ne, *. light-minded 
person. 

Lengvamaniskas,/. -ka, = Lengvama- 
ningas. 

Lengvamislybe, Lengvamislingas, Lengva- 
mislis, = LbngvamanybE, Lengva- 
maningas, Lengvamanis. 

Lengvapedis,/. -de, s. light-footed one. 

Lengvas,/. -va, defin. -vasis,/. -vo|i, adj. 
light; easy. |-vai, ads. light; lightly; 
easily. 

Lengvasirdybe>es, sf light-heartedness. 

LengvaSirdingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go- 
}i, adj light-hearted. | — gai, adv. 
light-heartedly ; tender-heartedly. 

Lengvasirdis./.-de, s. light-hearted man 
or woman. 



Lengvaiirdyste, = LengvaSirdybE. 

Lengvatikybe, -as, sf credulity; credu- 
lousness. 

Lengvatikis,/. -ke, s. credulous man or 
woman. 

Lengvatikiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/.-ko- 
\\,adj. credulous | — kai,acfo. credu- 
lously. 

Lengveti (-vgju t -v6jau,-v6siu), v. n. to 
grow light slighter; to allay; to be 
mitigated. 

Lengvybe, -is t sf. lightness; levity. 

Lengvinimas,-o, sm. making light; facil- 
itation. 

Lengvinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to light- 
en; to facilitate; to make light; to 
ease. 

Lengvumas, -o,*ro. lightness; easiness. 

Lenkas,/. -ke, *. Pole; Polander. 

Lenkija, -os, sf. Poland. 

Lenkimas, -o, sm. bending; [godcjimas] 
respecting; respect; [ant lanktio] 
reeling; winding. 

Lenkinimas, -o, sm. polonizing; poloni- 
zation. 

Lenkinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to polo- 
nize. 

Lenkilkas,/.-ka, <&/&». -kasis,/.-ko|i, adj., 
— kai, adv. Polish. 

Lenkmetis, -6io, sm. insurrection in Po- 
land and Lithuania. 

Lenkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to bend; 
to bow ; [= kq godoti] to regard ; to 
respect; [siulus] to reel; to wind on 
a reel. |— s, v.rfl. to bend; to bow 
oneself; [ — ko] to avoid; to shun; 
to escape. 

Lenktyn, adv., — begti, to run for a wa- 
ger; to race. 

Lenktynes, -iy, sf. pi race; course; com- 
petition; rivalry. 

Lenktyniavimas, -o,#m. racing; compet- 
ing; striving in rivalry. 

Lenktininkas,/. -ke, *. racer; prize run- 
ner; competitor; rival; emulator. 

Lenktinis,/. -ne, adj. bent; bending; — 
peUis, clasp knife; pocket knife. 

Lenktyniuoti(-niuoju,-niavau,-niuosiu), 
v.n. to compete; to rival; to emulate; 
to vie with. 

Lenktis, -5io, sm. reel. = Lanktis. 

Lenktuvai, -q, sm. pi. reel. 

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Lenivikis 173 

Lenivikis, -io, sm. hot. bird's tare; tuft- 
ed vetoh. Vicia cracca. 

Lenta,-os, cHm.-tele,-tute, sf. board ; plank. 

Lontas,/. -ta, defin. -talis, /. -to|i, adj. 
calm; quiet; tranquil. 

Lent gal is, -io, sm. piece of board. 

Lentyna, -os, sf. shelf. 

Lee tin is,/ -no, adj. made or consisting 
of boards; board... 

Lentpiukle, -es, *f. pit saw. 

Leopardas, -o, sm. tool leopard. 

Lepausis,/. -so, s. lop-eared one. 

Lepauti (-auju, -avau, -ausiu), v. a. to 
trifle about; to be whimsical; to be 
fastidious or squeamish. 

Lepeti(-p€ju,-p€jau,-p€siu),Lep!i(-pstu, 
-pau,-psiu), vn. to grow tender, del- 
icate, effeminate. 

Lepybe, -es, sf. tenderness; effeminacy ; 
effeminate life. 

Lepinlmas, -0, sm. pampering; spoiling; 
effeminating. 

Lepinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),e.a. to pamper; 
to pet; to rear too delicately ;io spoil 
by too much tenderness; to effemi- 
nate. 

Lepyste, = LepybE. 

Lepie,-es, sf. kind of mushroom. 

Lepti, see LepEti. 

Lepumas, -o, sm. tenderness; delicate- 
ness;effeminateness; fastidiousness. 

Lepunas,/. -ne, s. effeminate person. 

Lepus,/. -pi, defin. -pus is,/, -pioji, adj. 
tender; delicate; effeminate; fastidi- 
ous; squeamish. 

Lermas, *o, sm. noise; uproar. 

Lermuoti (-muoju,-mavau, -muosiu), v. 
a. to make noise; to brawl ; to quar- 
rel noisily. 

Larva; -os, sf. mask; visor. 

Lervotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis,/. -lo|i, prt. 
masked. 

Lesalas, -o, sm. bird's food; food for 
fowls. 

Lesimas, -o, sm. picking up with the 
beak. 

Lesineti (-ngju, -ngjau, -nesiu), v.frq., 
Lesti (-su,-siau,-siu),t>.n.a. to pick; 
to peck. 

Lesintl (-nu,-nau, %siu), v. a. to feed 
fowls. 

Lesti, see Lesineti. 

Lisa, -os, 4f. cost; charge; expense. 



Licyna 

Lesiukas,-o, sm. hot. lentil; tare. Ervum 

lens. 
Lesotis (-sojuos,-sojaus,-sosiuos), v. n. 

to pay the expenses. 
Letargifa, -os, sf. lethargy. 
Letargiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 

adj. lethargic. 
Leias,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i,arf/\ tame; 

quiet; calm; slow. |— tai, adv. calmly; 

slowly. 
Letena, -os, sf. instep; paw. 
Letumas, -o, sm. calmness; quietness; 

slowness. 
Letutis,/.-te, #. very tame; very quiet 

or calm. 
Levitas, -0, sm. bibl. levite. 
Liakas, -o, sm. lac; [antspaudtiams] 

sealing wax; Undas] jug. 
Liakeris, -io, sm. lacquer; varnish. 
Liakeriuoti (-riuoju,-riavau,-riuosiu), v. 

a. to lacquer; to varnish. 
Liakmus, -aus, sm. litmus. 
Liampa, -OS, dim. -pole. sf. lamp. 
Liampadegis,/.-gi, s. lamp lighter. 
Liaudinis,/.-ne, adj. people's; of people. 
Liaudls,-iet, sf. people; common people; 

commonalty. 
Liaukoti (-koju,-kojau,-kosiu), v.n. to 

rush; to gush; to flow copiously. 
Llaurias,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|l, adj. 

flexible; pliant. 
Liaunumas, *o, sm. flexibility; pliant- 

ness. 
Liaupse, -es, sf. worship; praise; lauda- 
tion. 
Liaupsinimas, *o, sm. worshiping 
Liaupsinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiuj, v.a. to wor- 
ship; to praise; to laud. 
Liaupsintojas,/. -|a, *. worshiper. 
Liauras, *o, sm. hot. laurel tree. 
Liautis (liaujuos, lioviaus, liausiuos), 

v.rfl. to cease; to leave off; to stop. 
Liavanasre, -es, sj. bot. snapdragon; 

calf's snout. Antirrhinum orontium. 
Liavas, -o, sm. = Liutas. 
Liavendra, -os, sf. hot. lavender. 
Liavkonija,-os, sf. bot. gilly-flower. Chei- 

ranthus. 
Liavonaias, -o, sm. bot. t monk's hood; 

wolf's bane. Aconitum napellus. L. 

geltonasis, yellow aconite. A. an- 

thora. 
Licyna, -os, sf. mask; | masked person. 



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Lifaas 174 

Liinas,/. -na, adj. odd; uneven. 

Lydas, -o, am. accompanying; conduc- 
ting; [lydetojai] attendants; follow- 
ers; retinue; train; [sargii] convoy; 
escort. 

Lydejimas, -o, am. accompanying. 

Lydeka, -os, af. icht. pike; pickerel. 

Lyde!i(-dziu,-dejau,-desiu), r.a. to ac- 
company; to escort; to convoy. 

Lydetojas,/. -i», *. one who accompa- 
nies; attendant; conductor. 

Lydimas,/.-ma, rf</?/i.-masis,/.-moii, prt. 
accompanied; attended. 

Lydis, -dzio, am. = Lydeka. 

Lydytas,/. -ta, prt. melted; — cukms, 
sugar candy. 

Lydyti(-dau.-dziau.-dysiu), v. a. to melt 
(tallow or grease, also sugar); | to ex- 
pose to rain. 

Liejejas,/. -|a, s. caster; founder. 

Liejykia, -os, */. foundry. 

Liejimas, -o, am. pouring; [metaly\ cast- 
ing; founding. 

Liekana, -os, af remnant; remains. 

Liekas, -o, am. remnant; remainder; 
rest. 

Lieklyga? kind of pity: Is there an even 
number or an odd? handy-dandy. 

Lieknas*, -o, am. swampy land or valley; 
marsh; morass. 

Lielis, -Io, am. bot. spearwort. Ranun- 
culus lingua. 

Liemeningas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. corpulent; robust. 

Liemuo, -mens, am. trunk; torso; waist. 

Liepa,-os, *f. bot. linden tree; lime tree; 
[menuo] July. 

Liepejas,/. -|a, a. commander. 

Liepimas, -o,*w. command. 

Liepynas, -o, *m. forest of linden trees. 

Liepinis, /. -ne, adj. made of linden 
wood; linden... 

Liepojus, -jaus, am. Libau (city). 

Liepsna, -os, t/tm.-nele, af. flame; blaze 

Liepsninis,/.-ne, adj. of a flame; flamy; 
flame-colored. 

Liepsnojimas, -o, am. flaming: blazing. 

Liepsnotas,/.-ta, defin. Aa&\% f f. -to|i, adj. 
flamy; blazing. 

Liepsnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v. n. to 
flame; to blaze. 

Lieptai, -q, am. pi footbridge. 

Liepti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v. a. to order; 
to command. 



Liezuvinlnkas 



Liepziedis, -dzio, am. linden blossom; 

[menuo] July. 
Lieseti (-seju, -sejau, -s6siu), v. n. to 

grow lean or meagre. 
Liesinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to make 

lean. 
Liesokas,/. -ka, defin.-kms,f. -koji, adj. 

somewhat lean; somewhat meagre. 
Liesti (lieciu, lieciau, liesiu), v. a. to 

touch \fig. to mention. | — s, v. rfl. 

to touch; to come in contact. 
Liesti (liestu, liesau, liesiu), v. n. to 

grow lean. 
Liesumas,-o, am. meagerness; leanness. 
Liesus,/. -si, defin. -susis,/. -sio|i, adj. 

lean; meagre. 
Liesvos, -i|, af. pL ladder; stairs. 
LieSkerys, -io, am. [Mi.] steersman; pi- 
lot. 
Lieta, -OS, af. thing: matter. 
Lielauris, -io, am. kettledrum ; tymbal. 
Lieti (lieju, liejau, liesiu), v. a. to pour; 

[metaliua] to found; to cast ; [ivakes] 

to mould (ir mold). 
Lietingas,/. -ga, <fc/ift. -gasis,/. -goji, adj. 

rainy. 
Lietinis,/. -ne, adj% made by casting or- 

founding. 
Lietsargis, -io, am. umbrella. 
Lietus, -aus, am. rain. 
Lietuva, -os, af. Lithuania. 
Lietuvas, -o, am. castfng mould; | cast- 
ing ladle. 
Lietuve, -es, */. casting pot. 
Lietuvybe, & — yste, -es, af. Lithuanian- 
ism; Lithuaniadoin. 
Lietuvininkas,/. -ke, *. = Lietuvys. 
Lietuvys,/. -ve, *. Lithuanian. 
Lietuviskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasisj*. -koji/*<//. , 

— kai, adv. Lithuanian. 
Liezti (-ziu,-ziau,-siu), v. a. to lick. 
Liezuvauti (-vauju,-vavau,-vausiu), v.n. 

to tell tales; to blab; to tattle; not 

to keep one's tonguo; to rumor; to 

gossip. 
Liezuvelis, -io, [dim. of Liezuvis], am. 

little tongue; lunguet; bot. daisy. 

DidyttU — , ox-eye daisy; [auymena 

tiedo] aglet. 
Liezuvingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|I, 

adj. tongued; having many tongues; 

| given to blabbing. 
Liezuvininkas,/. -ke, *. blabber; telltale; 

gossip). 



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175 



Liezuvinis T /.-ne,arf/\ of tongue; tongue.. 

Lieiuvis, -\o,sm. tongue; [kalba] lan- 
guage. Lieiurj letiti, to tattle; to 
rumor; to gossip. 

Liflandija, -os, = VidzemE. 

Lyg, conj. as; like. | ado. till; until. 

Liga, -os, sf. disease; malady; sickness; 
illness. Ligos patalas, sick bed; ant 
ligos patalo guleti, to be bed-ridden. 

Lyga, -os, sf. league; confederacy. 

Lygdfenis, -io, sm. meridian. 

Lygiai, adv. equally; exactly; evenly; 
smoothly. 

Lygiakertis,/. -te, *. <fe adj. equiangular 
figure; equiangular. 

Lygiaionis,/. -no, *. <fc adj. equilateral 
figure; equilateral. 

Lygiavertis,/. -le, adj. equivalent. 

Lygybe, -es, */. equality; evenness. 

Lyginti (-nu,-nau t -nsiu), v. a. to make 
even; to level; to smooth; to equal- 
ize; (kq su kuo) to compare: to liken. 
| — s, v.rfl. to equal one; to try to be 
on a level with one. 

Lygiiega, -os, sf. equipollence (-cy). 

Lygjiegingas,/. -ga, defin. -gas is,/. -go|i, 
adj. equipollent. 

LygmaJa, -os, sf. level; equal elevation 
with the brink or border. 

Lygmalis,/. -le, adj. full to the brim. 

Lygmene, -es, sf. plain; level. 

Lygmuo, -mens, sm. exact likeness; im- 
age. 

Lignitas, -o, sin. min. lignite; mineral 
coal. 

Ligonbutis, -clo, sm. hospital. 

Ligonis, -io smf. sick person; patient. 

Ligotas,/. -ta, defin. -lasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
sickly; infirm; valetudinary. 

Ligotumas, -o, sm. sickliness. 

Lygsvara,-os; -rybe, -es,*/. equilibrium; 
equipoise; equiponderance. 

Lygsvaringas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. equiponderant. 

LygSiol, Lygsiolaik, adv. till now; hither- 
to. 

Lygti ( gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v. a., —s, r. rfl. 
to bargain; to haggle; [kamlygintix] 
to equal. 

Lygtiesybe,-es, */. [81.] equality; equal- 
ity of rights. 

Lyguma, -os, sf. plain; level land. 

Lygumas, -0, sm. evenness; level oess; 
smoothness. 



Linkme 

Lygus,/.-gi, ntr.-qu,defin. -gusis,/. -gioji, 

adj. eqtial ; even; level ;plain; smooth. 

Lijundra, -os, */. sleet; rainy weather; 
nasty weather. 

Lykava, = Ltkuva. 

Likimas, -o, sm. lot; fate; fortune; des- 
tiny; doom. 

Lykinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to cause 
to be left; to make it remain. 

Lykis, -io, sm. rest; remainder. 

Lykoti (-koju, -kojau, -kosiu), v. a. to 
lend. 

Likti (lieku, likau, liksiu), v.n. to re- 
main; to stay; [tapti] to turn; to be- 
come. 

Liktorius, = 2ibin£ius. 

Likutis,-c'io,*m. rest; remnant; remaind- 
er. 

Lykuva,-os, sf. pest; pestilence; plague. 

Limentis (-nuos,-naus,-nsiuos), v. rfl. to 
fawn; to wheedle. 

Limpamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -moil, 
prt. adhesive; sticky; fig. infectious; 
Umpamoji liga, infectious disease. 

Linas, -o, pi -nai, -4, sm. flax. 

Lynas, -o,sm. rope; icht. tench. 

Lindeti (-dziu, & -du, -dejau, -dgsiu), 
Lindoti (-dau,-dojau,-dosiu), v. n. to 
remain concealed; to lodge: to den. 

Lindyne, -es, sf. den; haunt. 

Linge, -es, sf. cradle pole; orn. kite. 

Linguoti (-guoju,-gavau,-guosiu), t>. a. 
to swing; to rock; to shake. 

Liniena, -os, sf flax field. 

Linija, -OS, */. line; | rule; ruler. 

Lininis,/. -ne, adj. of flax; flaxen; | lin- 
en. 

Liniukai, -4, sm. pi. toadflax. Linaria 
vulgaris. 

Link, Linkon, Linkui, prep, with gen. to; 
towards. Nam% link, homewards; to- 
wards home. Juri% — , seawards. 

LinkCiotl (-cioju,-6iojau,-£iosiu), v.n. to 
nod. 

Linkis, -\o,sm. Linke, -es, */. bend; sinu- 
osity. 

Linkejimas, -0, sm. wishing; wish. 

Linketi (-kiu, -k6jau, -kesiu), v. a. to 
wish; — kam gero pasuekimo, to wish 
one good luck. 
Linkis,-io, sm. gram. case. = Linksnis. 
Linkme,-es, sf. direction; drift; tenden- 
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Linkon, = Link. 

Liriksmas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -mo|l, 
<*<#■ £ av ; merry: cheerful; joyful; 
glad; joyous. | — mai, adv. merrily; 
cheerfully ; gladly. 

Linksmybe, -as, sf joy; joy fulness; 
cheerfulness; mirth. 

Linksminti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to re- 
joice; to delight. |— %,v.rfl. to rejoice; 
to be glad; to exult. 

Linksmumas, -o, sm. joy fulness; glad- 



Liudiiimas 



Linksnlavlmas, -o, sm. gram, declension. 
Linksnis, -to, sm. gram. case. 
Linksniuoti (-niuoju, -niavau, -niuosiu), 

v.a. gram, to decline. 
Linktereti (-riu,-rejau,-resiu), v. a. inst. 

to toss; to bend or bow (but once), 
Linkti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to bow; 

to bend; to incline. 
Linmarka, -os, sf. retting pool; retting 

pond. 
Linominls,-io,*m. time of flax breaking. 
Lynoti (-noja,-nojo,-nos), v. impers. to 

rain; to drizzle. 
Liontas, -o, sm. match; lunt; fuse. 
Lipdymas, -o, sm. pasting; | molding (ir 

moulding). 
Lipdyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

glue; to paste; | to mold, to mould; 

| to stucco. 
Lipdytojas,/. -|a,«. gluer; paster Smold- 
er. 
Lipimas, -o, sm. climbing; ascending; | 

sticking to; adhering. 
Lipyni, -os, sf. ladder. 
Lipinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to glue; to 

paste; | to mold. 
Lypkis, -lo, sm. vest; waistcoat. 
Lipnumas, -o, sm. glueyness; viscosity; 

viscousness. 
Lipnus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -nlo|i, adj. 

viscid; gluey; glutinous; sticky; vis- 
cous. |— niai,adc. in a viscid manner. 
Lipsteti (-steju,-stejau,-stesiu), v. a. to 

touch ;fig. to touch; to affect. 
Lipsnumas,-o, sm. affability. 
Lipsnus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -nio|i, adj. 

affable ; courteous ; am iable ; gracious 

| — nlai, adv. amiably; graciously. 
Llpitintis (-nuos,-naus,-nsiuos), v.rfl. to 

insinuate oneself into favor; to 

fawn. 



Lipltukas,-o, sm. hot. hartwort. Levisti- 

cum. 
Lipti (-pu,-pau,-psiu), v.n. to climb; to 

clamber; [augHyn] to ascend; [te~ 

myn] to descend. 2. — (limpu, lipau, 

lipsiu), v.n to stick; to adhere. 
Lyra, os, sf. lyre. 
Lyrlka, -os, sf lvric poetry. 
Lyriskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

lyric, lyrical. Lyrtfkoji poezija, = 

Ltrika. 
Lyse, -os, sf. garden bed; plat. 
Lisnlkai,-ij, sm. pi. worms {in the bowels) 

maw worms; | worm seed. 
Lyste, -os, sf. arch, list; reglet. 
Ljsti (lendu, lindau, l[siu), v. n. to 

crawl; to creep; to climb; — ham \ 

akis, to be troublesome; to be saucy; 

to be importunate. 
Lysti (-stu, -sau, -siu), a.n. becoming 

lean, meagre. 
Lysve, = Lts£. 
Lysnas,/.-na, adj. odd; not paired with 

itnother. 
Litanija, -os, sf. litany. 
Litera, -os, sf. letter; type; character. 
Literatas, -o, sm. literary man; man of 

letters. 
Llteratiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 

adj. literary. 
Literatura, -os, sf. literature. 
Lyteti (lyciu, lytejau, lytesiu), v. a. to 

touch; j to concern; to relate to. 

Kas lyti manes, as for me. 
Lyti (lya, lijo, lis), v. impers. to rain. 
Lytis, -ies, sf. sex; [ledo] sheet of ice; 

block of ice. 
Lytllkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

sexual. | — kai, adv. sexually. 
Lytlauza, -os, sf. breaker; ice breaker. 
Liturgija, -os, sf. liturgy; mass. 
Lylus, -aus, sm. rain. = Lietus. 
Liubystas, -o,*w. bot. hartwort; lovage. 

Levisticum officinale. 
Liucipierius, -iaus, sin. Lucifer; devil. 
Liude, -6s, sf. plummet. 
Liude jimas,-o, sm. mourning; grief; sor- 
row; affliction. 
Liudeti (-dziu, -dgjau, -desiu), v. n. to 

mourn; to grieve for; to be afflicted; 

to pine; to sorrow. 
Liudiiimas, -o, sin. witnessing; testifica- 
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Liudlninkas 177 

Liodlninkas,/. -k§,*. witness; testifier. 

Littdyti (-diju,-dijau,-dysiu), v.a. to tes- 
tify ; to witness. 

Liodytojas,/. -|a, s. witness. 

Liudnas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|l, adj. 
sad; mournful; sorrowful; afflicted. 
| — nai, adv. sadly; sorrowfully. 

Uudnumas, -0, sm. sadness; grief; sor- 
row; affliction; melancholy. 

Liudvikas, -o, sm. Louis; Lewis. 

Liugas, -0, sm. slough; puddle; mire. 

Liuinas,/.-na, ao}'. hornless; having no 
horns {said of cattle). 

Liukas, -0, sm. vent. 

Liuktas, -0, sm. airhole; vent; flue. 

Liult, -es, 4f. lullaby; [lopsys] craddle. 

Liuliavimas, -0,0m. lulli g. 

Liuliuoti (-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v. a. 
to lull; to lull to sleep. 

Liumba, -os, smf. sluggard; lubber; 
idler. 

Liumpavimas, Liumpsejimas, -O, sm. sag- 
ging; springing. 

Liumpseii (-siu, -sejau, -sesiu), v. n. to 
spring; to sag; to be saggy. 

Liumpuoti (-puoju.-pavau, puosiu), v.a. 
to sag; to rock; to swing. | v. n. to 
spring; to sag. 

Liuaas, -o, sm. lowland; dale; [peOce] 
morass. 

Liunta, -os, sf. lunt. 

Liuoba, -OS, sf. taking care of; [Sera] 
feeding; feeding time. 

Liuobti (-biu,-biau,-bsiu), v.a. [ierti] to 
provide with provender; to feed. | 
—t, v.rfl. to take care of; — apis gy- 
vvMus, to take care of the cattle; to 
feed the cattle. 

Liuonas, -o v *m. comfort; ease. 

Liuonas,/. -ml, defin. -nasis,/. -noji, adj. 
convenient; comfortable; commodi- 
ous. I —nai, adv. conveniently; com- 
fortably. 

Liuonastis,-ies,{f. com fort; convenience, 
conveniency. 

Lluonumas, -0, sm. comfortableness. 

Liuosanoris,/. -re, adj. voluntary. | *. 
volunteer. 

Liaotas,/. -sa, defin. -sasis,/. -sofi, adj. 
loose; I free independent. | —sal, adv. 
loosely; freely. 

Liuosavalts,/. -IS, adj. voluntary; spon- 
taneous. 



Lokys 



Lluosyt>4,-es, sf. freedom; liberty. 
Liuosininkas, /. -ke, s. freeman; free- 

-holder. 
Liuosuoti (-suoju,-savau,-suosiu), v. a. 

to loosen; to slacken :| to free; to lib- 
erate. 
Liurba, -os, smf clumsy and sluggish 

fellow or woman; lubber; sturdy 

drone. 
Liurka, -os, sf. tobacco pipe. 
Liurkis, -io, sm. (colloq.) smoker. 
Liosti (liustu, liudau, liusiu), v. n. to 

grow sorrowful; to grieve; to be- 
come sad. 
Liutas, -0, sm. lion. 
Xiuteriikas, /. -ka, Llutaroniikas, /. -ka, 

defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, adj. Lutheran. 
Liuteronas,/. -ne\ s. Lutheran. 
Lizdas, -0, dim. -delis, sm. nest; eyry, 

eyrie; [tveries] haunt; den. 
Lizduoti (-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v. n.; 

— S, v.rfl. to nest; to nestle. 
Lize, -as, sf. peel ; oven peel. 
Liztereti (-riu,-rejau,-resiu), v.a.inst. to 

lick (but once). 
Lobingas,/. -ga, <fe/in.-gasJs,/.-go|i, adj. 

rich ; wealthy. |— gumas, «m. richness; 

wealth iness. 
Lobininkas,/. -ke, s. wealthy man or 

woman; capitalist; nabob. 
Lobinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 

rich; to enrich. 
Lobis, -io, sm. wealth ; riches. 
LobH (-bstu,-bau,-bsiu), v.n. to grow 

rich. 
Locnas,/. -na, adj. own. [Pol. WIasny, 

own]. 
Logika, -os, sf. logic. 
Logiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /.-ko|i,arf;\ 

logical. I — kai, adv. logically. | — ku- 

mas, sm. logic. 
Lojaliskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -kojl, adj. 

loyal. I -kai, adv. loyally. | — kumas, 

sm. loyalty. 
Lo|ikas,/.-ke, *.one who barks; barker. 
Lojimas, -0, sm. barking; baying. 
Lojojimas, -0, sm. scolding; abusing. 
Lojoti (-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v.a. to scold-. 

to chide; to reproach. 
Lojotojas,/. -|a, *. scolder; railer. 
Lokininkas,/.-ke, s. bear- ward; bear- 

-d river. 
Lokys, -io, sm. bear. 



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Lokzole 

Lokioli, -es, sf. hot. bearberry ; bear- 
grape. Arbutus uva ursi. 

Loma, -os, sf. cavity; hollow; pit. 

Lomingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/.-go|i, <"?/'. 
full of hollows or pits. 

Lomotil,/, -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
pitted; having holes arpits. 

Lopas, -o, sm. patch. 

Lopeta, -os, */. spade; shovel; anat. 
shoulder blade. 

Lopikas,/.-ke, *. patcher; botcher; cob- 
bler. 

Lopymas, -0, sm. patching; botching. 

Lopinys, -io, sm. patchwork. 

Lopyti (-pau,-piiiu,-pysiu),fl.a. to patch ; 
to botch. 

Lopy to|as,/. -|a, s. patcher; botcher. 

Lopsoti (-sau,-sojau,-sosiu), v.n. to stay 
wide open; to gape. 

Lopsys, -io, dim. -selis, sm. cr&dle; fig. 
birthplace. 

Losa, -os, sf. play. 

LoSimas, -0, sm. playing; gaming; | 
folding back; reclining. 

Loiys, -io, sm. play; game; sport. 

Loskarls, -io, sm. pot hook. 

Loj&ti (-Siu,-§iau,-Siu), v.a. to play; to 
perform; | to recline; to fold back.) 
— s, v.rfl. to recline one's self. 

Lota, -os, sf. lath; rail. 

Loterija, -os, */. lottery. 

Loti (loju,-jau,-siu), v n. io bark; to 
yelp. Nelapeapie taUiinelos, nobody 
will take any notice of the affair. 

Lotyniskas,/. -ka, rf^/i.-kasis/.-koii, adj. , 
— kai, adv. Latin. 

Lova, -os, dim. -vele, sf. bed; [lysve] 
garden bed. 

Lovininkas, -o,*ro. juryman; juror. 

Lovininkauti (-kauju, -kavau, -kausiu), 
v.n. to serve as a juror; to keep jur- 
or's office. 

Lovys, -io, dim. -velis, sm. trough ; man- 
ger. 

Lubos, -i|, sf. pi. ceiling; | story; floor. 

Luboti (-boju,-bojau,-bosiu),r.<7. to ceil. 

Lugmiai, -iq, sm. pi. hot. water lilies. 
Nymphaeaceao. L. baltiejie % while 
water lily. Nymplia alba. L. getto- 
niejie. common yellow water lily. 
Nupharlutheum. 

Luinas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -noji, adj. 
hornless. 



178 Lupyna 

Luinys,/. -no,*, hornless animal. 

Luitas, -o, sm. lute; solder. 

Luituoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v.a. to 
lute; to solder. 

Lukestis, -ies, sf. expectation; hope; | 
hot. wild chiccory. Cichorium iuty- 
bus. 

Lukne, -os, sf hot. yellow water lily. 
Nupharlutheum. 

Lukoslus, -iaus, sm. Luke. 

Lukitas, -0, dim. -telis, sm. shell; husk. 

Lukitenimas,-o,#m. husking; fig. search- 
ing; inquiring. 

LukJtenti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to husk; 
to shell; fig. to search; to inquire; 
to scrutinize. 

Luktereti (-riu,-rejau,-rSsiu), v. inst. to 
wait ; to stay (for a moment). 

Lukuriavimas, -0, sm. expectation; wait- 
ing. 

Lukuriuotl (-riuoju,-riavau,-riuosiu), v. 
dur. to expect; to wait for. 

Lukutis, -iio, sm. orn. juddock; jack- 
snipe. 

Lunatikas,/. -ke, s. lunatic; somnambu- 
list. 

Lungintis(-nuos,-naus,-nsiuos), v.rfl. to 
cringe; to fawn. 

Lunkas, -o, sm. bast; lime bast. 

Luobas, -0, sm. bark; peel; rind. 

Luobinycla, -ios, */. barkery. 

Luobinis,/-ne,<u(/'. bark; made of bark; 
Ivobinepopiera, pasteboard; carton. 

Luokys, = Lokys. 

Luoma, -os, sf. class; rank; sphere (o/ 
society). 

Luomas, -o, sm. = Luoma. 

Luominis,/.-ne, adj. pertaining or relat- 
ing to the class of men in society. 
Luomine kova, the class struggle. 

Luoias,/. -5a, defin. -iasis,/. -soji, adj. 
lame; crippled: maimed. | —Sum as, 
sm. lameness; crippledness; maimed 
ness. 

Luoias, -o, dim. -telis, sm. boat; canoe. 

Lupa, -os, dim. -pele,-pyte,-pute, sf. lip. 

Lupata, -os, sm. tatter; rag; {fig. vulg.) 
ragamuffin; a worthless fellow or 
woman. 

Lupena, = Lupyna. 

Lupikas,/. -ke, s. exactor; extortioner. 

Lupyna, -os, sf. peel {of orange, potato, 
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Lupynas, -o, sm. hot. lupine. Lupinus. 
Lupineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v. a.frq. 

to peel; to strip off (skin, rind or 

bark); to decorticate. 
Lupti (-pu,-pau, -psiu), v. a. (iieve) to 

peel; to hark \{skurq) to skin; to flay; 

fig. to whip; to flog; to lash; [pini- 

gus] to extort; [helm uh] to grub. 
Lupus,/, -pi, defin. -pusis,/. -pio|i, adj. 

easy to peel or decorticate. 
Lustas, -o, dim. -telis, sm. flake (of snow). 
Lusas, = Luosas. 
LuSinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to lame; 

to cripple. 
Lusys>-io, sm. lame fellcw; cripple; 

tool. lynx. 
Luina, -os, dim. -nele, sf. miserable cot- 
tage. 
Lusnakojis,/. -|e, *. broken-legged one; 

lame fellow; cripple. 
Lusti (-&tu,-§au, -siu), v. n. to become 

crippled. 
Luzena, -os, sf. anything broken; pi. 

rubbish; ruins; debris. 
Luzis, -lo, sm. breach; break; brack. 
Luznos, -4, sf pL rubbish; ruins. 
Luz!i(-ztu,-zau,-siu), v.n. to break. 



Mailyti 



M 



Ma, = Man. 

Maca, -os, sf {pas tydus) unleavened 
bread; matzoth. 

Machinacija,-os, sf. machination. 

Machinaliikas,/. -ka, cfe/ln.-kasis,/.-ko|i, 
adj. mechanical. | —kai, adv. me- 
chanically. 

Mackas,/. -ka, adj. (colloq.) very small; 
petty; dwarfish. 

Macyti, = GklbEti. 

Macius, -iaus, sm. measure; fig. meas- 
ure; limit. 

Mada, -OS, sf. mode; fashion; style. 

Wladinis i / , .-n*,ad/. according to fashion; 
fashionable; stylish. 

Magary&os, -ty, sf. pi. treat, concluding 
a bargain. 

Magazinas,-o, sm. magazine; warehouse; 
storehouse. 

Magdatena,-os, abbr. Magde,-es, sf. Mag- 
dalen, Maudlin, Maud, Ellen. 

Magiia, -os, sf. magic. 



Magikas, -0, sm. magician. 

Magiskas,/. -ka, <fa/i/i. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 
magic, magical | —kai, adv. magic- 
ally. 

Magiia, -os, sf. myth, goddess of death 
and shades. 

Magistras, -0, sm. licentiate; master of 
arts; [zokono] grand master. 

Magistratas, -o, sm. magistrate. 

Magnatas, -o, sm. magnate; grandee. 

Magnetas, -0, sm. magnet. 

Magnetftkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|f, 
adj. magnetic, magnetical. 

Magnetizmas, -0, sm. magnetism. 

Magztas, -0, sm. knitting needle. 

Mahometas, -0, sm. Mahomet, Moham- 
med. 

Mahometonas,/.-ne, *., Mahometoniskas, 
/.-ka, defin. -kasis, /-ko|i, adj. Maho- 
metan. 

Maigai, -i|, sm. pi. haulm; haum; dry 
stalks of corn, etc. ; litter straw. 

Maigyti(-gau,-giau,-gysiu),t?.a. toblend; 
to mix; to mingle. 

Maigunas, -0, sm.[K.r] sleeping bench. 

Maikste, -es, */. [Mi.] pumpkin; pump- 
ion. 

Mailius, -iaus, sm. fry; small fish. 

Mainas, -0, sm. change; exchange; bar- 
ter. 

Mainykauti (-kauju, -kavau,-kausiu), v. 
n. to barter; to trade. 

Mainymas, -0, «m. changing; exchang- 
ing; bartering. 

Mainininkas,/.-ke, s. changer; barterer. 

Mainyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
change; to exchange; to barter; to 
truck ; to trade. |— s, v.rfl. to change; 
— vamose, to change colors. 

Maironas, = Mkihonas. 

Maistas,-o, sm. food; victuals; nourish- 
ment; nutriment; livelihood; suste- 
nance. 

Maiias,-o, cftm.-leiis, sm. bag; sack. 

Maisatis, -ies, sf. riot; mutiny. 

Maise,-es, sf. kind of bag made of cords 
or strings; net bag. 

Maisymas,-o, sm. mixing; minglement; 
[duonos] kneading; [trukdymas] dis- 
turbing; disturbance; interruption. 

Maisyti (-sau,-§iau,-sysiu), v.a. to mix; 
to m i ngle ; to blend ; [duonq] to knead ; 
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disturb; to interrupt. | — s, v. rfl to 
mix one's self; to mix for one's self; 
to mingle; to be confused. 

Maisyto|as,/.-ia, s. minglor; blender. 

Maisiius, -laus, sm. mixture; medley. 

MaiStadaris,/.-re, #. rebel; rioter. 

Maiitas, -o, sm. riot; revolt; rebellion, 
sedition; mutiny. 

Maistingas,/.-ga, <fe/fa.-gasis,/.-go|i, adj. 
seditious; insurrectionary; rebelli- 
ous. | -gai, a dr. reb^lliously; riotous- 
ly. | -gum as, sm. rebelliousness; riot- 
ousness. 

MaiStininkas,/.-ke, s. rebel; seditionary; 
rioter. 

Maistinis,/.-n§, adj. of riot. 

Maistiskas,/.-ka, rf*/fn.-kasis,/.-koii, adj. 
riotous; turn ultuos; rebellious. |— kai, 
adv. riotously; seditiously. 

Maistmetis,-6io, sm. the year of revolts; 
year of revolution. 

Malta, -os, sf. carrion; carcass; {fig. 
alms.) rascal ion; ragamuffin. 

Malted Is, -dzio, sm. carrion eater. 

Maitiena, -os, sf. carcass flesh ; carrion. 

Maitingas,/.-ga, <fe/fo.-gasis,/.-go|i, adj. 
nutritious; nutritive. |— gai, adv. nu- 
tritiously. 

Maitingumas,-o, sm. nutritiveness. 

Maitinimas,-o,*w. nourishing; nutrition; 
feeding. 

Maitinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to nour- 
ish : to feed. || — s, v. rfl. to nourish 
one's self. 

Mai tin tojas, /.-|a, s. nourisher; feeder. 

Maitlesis,/.-se, s. carrion eater {used of 
birds). 

Maiva,-os, sf. gesture; gesticulation. 

Malvoti (-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v. n.; — $, 
v.rfl. to gesticulate. 

Majestotas, -o, sm. majesty. 

Majoras, -o, sm. major. 

Makaronal, -y, sm. pi. macaroni. 

Makas,-o, Makis,-io, sm. purse; pouch; 
bag. 

Makaule, -es, sf. pate; head; top of the 
head;^. brainpan. 

Makavykas, -0, sm. hot. pine mushroom. 

Makedonija, -os, sf. Macedonia. 

MakedoniSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/.-ko|l, 
adj. Macedonian. 

Makis, see Makas. 

Makleris,-io, sm. swindler; sharper; im- 
postor; trickster. 



Maloneti 

Makleryst§,-es, sf. swindling; imposture. 

Makiyne, = MaknynE. I 

Maklluoti (-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v.n. 
to swindle; to cheat. 

Maknyni, -es, sf. mire; deep mud. 

Maknotas,/. -to, cfe/to.-tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
muddy; dirty. 

Maknoti (-noju.-nojau, -nosiu), v. n. to 
wade through the mire. \v. a. to mire; 
to soil with mud. 

Makoras, *o, *m. scourge; whip {used 
by gypsies). 

Makrai, -4, sm. pi. fringe. 

MakStis, -ies, usually in the pi. Makityt, 
-iiij, sf. case; sheath; scabbard. 

Malda, -os, dim. -dele, sf. prayer. 

Maldaknyge, -es, sf. prayer book. 

Maldauti (-dauju,-davau,-dausiu), v. a. 
to implore; to entreat; to pray; to 
supplicate. 

Maldavimas, -0, sm. praying. 

Maldykla,-os, sf. house of prayer; chap- 
el. 

Maldymas, -0, sm. quieting; appeasing. 

Maldinga$,/.-ga, cte/fo.-gasis,/.-goji, adj. 
pious; godly; religious. | —gai, adz?, 
religiously. 

Maldingybe, -es, /., Maldingumas, -0, sm. 
piety; piousness; religiousness; re- 
ligiosity. 

Maldininka$,/.-ke, s. one who prays. 

Maldyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
still; to quiet; to appease. 

Maldytofas,/. -|a, *. appe.iser; pacifier. 

Maldnamis, -io, sm. temple; church. 

Malduotl(-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v. a. 
to announce; to notify; to report; to 
inform. |— s, v.rfl. to announce one's 
self; to piesent one's self to one; to 
apply for; to sue for. [Germ. Mel- 
den]. 

Maleja$,./.-ja, Malikas,/.-ke,«. one who 
grinds with a quern; grinder. 

Malimas, -0, sm. grinding. 

Malka, -os, sf. wood; firewood. 

Malkas, -0, sm. draught. 

Malkynas, -0, sm., Malkyne, -es, sf. wood 
house; wood yard. 

Malkininkas, /. -ke, s. wood trader :| 
woodcutter. 

Malone,-es, sf. favor; grace; benevo- 
lence; mercy; clemency. 

Maloneti (-neju,-n6jau, -nesiu), v. a. n. 
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to vouchsafe; to be pleased; \jglamo- 
neti\ to caress; to fondle. 

Maloniai, adv. kindly; benevolently. 

Malonybe,-es,{f. kindness; benevolence; 
benignity; graciousness. 

Maloningas, f. -ga, defin. -gasis,/ -goji, 
adj. benign; gracious; kind; full of 
goodness.|— gai, arfc benignly: gra- 
ciously. 

Maloningumas,-o, sm. benignity; graci- 
ousness. 

Malojuiinas,-o, sm. kindliness; benigni- 
ty. 

Malonus,/.Hii,n*r.-nu,<teyw.-nusis,/.-nio- 

\l,adj. kind; gracious; benign; be- 
nevolent. 

Malstuves, = MelstuvEs. 

Maisinimas,-0, sm. quieting; appeasing, 
quelling. 

Maliinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to quiet; 
to calm; to quell. 

Maliinto|as,/.-ja, *. quieter; queller. 

Malti(-lu,-liau, -lsiu), v.a. to grind; 
(fig.) Uetuviu—, to tattle; to prattle. 

Maltuve,-es, sf. quern room. 

Malunas,-o, «m. mill; [vandeninis] wa- 
ter mill; [tejinis] windmill. 

Maluninkas,/.-ke,*. miller. 

MaluninkystMs, */. miller's trade. 

Malzyti (-zau,-ziau,-zysiu), v.a. frq. to 
milk. 

Mama,-os, sf. ma; mamma; mother. 

Man, [dat. of As] to me. 

Manas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, pron. 
my; mine. 

Mandagiai, adv. politely; gracefully; 
elegantly. 

Mandagumas, -o, sm. politeness; grace- 
fulness; decency. 

Mandagus,/. -gi, defi n. -gusis,/. -gio|i, adj. 
polite; graceful; elegant; decent. 

Handing, v. wipers, meseems; it seems 
10 me. 

Mandolina,-os, sf. mandolin. 

Manifestaci|a,-os, sf. manifestation. 

Manifestas,-o, sm. manifesto. 

ManHestuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), v. 
a. to manifest; to reveal; to display. 

Mani|a,-OS> sf. mania; frenzy; madness. 

Manymas,-o, sm. thinking; cogitation. 

Maniikis,/ -ke, s. mine; my husband; 
my wife. 

Manyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
think; to believe; to imagine. 



Marymeie 

MankymaS,-0, sm. ruffling; rufflement; 
softening; | exercising; exertion; 
training. 

Mankyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
rumple; to ruffle; | to exercise; to 
train. 

Manna,-os, sf. (WW.) manna. 

Manomas,/. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -mo|i, 
prt. pretended ; supposed ; imaginary. 

Manta,-os. sf. treasure; riches; wealth. 

Mantininkas,/.-ke, s. treasurer;) wealthy 
man or woman. 

Manufaktura,-os, sf manufacture; man- 
ufactory. 

Manufakturinls,/.-ne, Manufakturiikas,/. 
-ka, adj. manufactural. 

Mapa,-os, sf. map. 

Marasco, sm. pest; plague; pestilence. 

Mare, usually in the pi MareVty* *f- sea. 

Mare,-*s, sf. Mary. 

Margas,-o, sm. acre. 

Margas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, adj. 
motley; variegated; checkered; par- 
ty-colored. Qenys margas f svietas da 
margemis, (prov.), variegated is the 
woodpecker but the world is more 
variegated. 

Marge,-es, */. Margas 1. 1 partly-colored 
cow. 

Margelis,-io, »m. marl. 

Margin iai,-ty, sm. pi cloth woven in dif- 
ferent colors: | clothes made of va- 
riegated cloth. 

Marginti (-nu,-nau,~nsiu), v.a. to varie- 
gate; to checker. 

Margis, -to, sm. partly-colored animal. 

Margti (-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v. n. to turn 
variegated, motley. 

Marguliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), 
Marguoti (-guoju,-gavau,-guosiu), v. 
n. to display in variegated colors; | 

" v.a. to variegate. 

Margutis, -talis, -telytis, /. -le, adj. very 
motley; nicely variegated. 

Margutis,-6io, sm.{velyk% kiauHnis) East- 
er egg. 

Mari|a,-os, sf. Mary. Marijos iole, (hot.) 
blue bonnets; blue buttons. Scabio- 
sa succisa. 

Marijosius, -iiaus, sm. (card playing) 
marriage. 

Marymete,-es, sf. hot. dead-nettle. La- 
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Marininkas,/. -ke, s. mariner; seaman; 

sailor. 
Marininkybe,-es, sf. navigation. 
Marininki$kas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. naval; nautic, nautical. 
Marinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to attend 

a dying person; [ — kq badu] to 

starve; to kill with hunger. 
Marka,-os, */. retting pool. 
Marke,-es, sf mark; [krasos] postage 

stamp. 
Markyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 

steep; to soak; [liyivtt] to ret. 
Marlaka,-os, sf bot. yellow oat-grass. 

Avena flavescens. 
Marmalynas,-o,*m. <l* -lyne>es,*f.sw>imp; 

marsh \fig. innumerable quantity; 

vast number. 
Marmoras,-o, sm. marble. 
M arm or in is,/. -ne, adj. marble; made of 

marble. 
Marnakai, -i|, sm. pi bot. wood roof; 

woodruff. Asperula. 
Marialka,-os, sm. marshal ;| house stew- 
ard. 
Marias (mar'Sas), -o, sm. a forgetful 

fellow; [A>.] forgetting; oblivion. 

2. — (ma'rsas), march; marching. 
Mariinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 

one to forget. 
Maiika, -os, sf. piece of linen cloth; 

[Kr.] fisher's net; dragnet. 
Maiikinial, -iq,*w. pi. shirt. 
Marskonas, -0, sm. linen cloth (of a 

coarse ktnd); crash. 
Marsumas,-o, sm. forgetful ness, oblivi- 
ousness. 
Mariuoti (-suoju t -savau, -suosiu), v. n. 

to march. 
Marlus,/. -Si, defin. -iusis,/. -iioji, adj. 

forgetful; oblivious. |— $iai, ade. for- 
getfully. 
Martauti (tauju,-tavau,-tausiu), v.n. to 

be a daughter-in-law. 
Martele,-es, sf. bot. amaranth; daisy. 

Bel lis perennis. 
Marti,-5ios, sf. daughter-in-law. 
Martynas,-o, sm. Martin. 
Martmerge,-es, sf. illeg 1 mother. 
Marumas,-o, *»<. mortality. 
Mams,/, -n\ defin. -rusis, /. -rio|i, adj. 

mortal; deadly. 
Masa,-os, sf. mass. 



Matematikas 

Masalas,-o, sm. lure; bite 
Masinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to incite; 
to move; to instigate; to stir up; 
[rilioti] to lure; to allure; to attract. 
Maska,-os, sf. mask. 
Maskaradas,-o, sm. masquerade. 
Maskatuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), f>.n. 
to dangle; to hang loose; to hang 
and swing. 
Maskoii|a,-os, sf Russia. 
Maskolfckas,/. -ka, -defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. Russian. 
Maskolius,/-le, s. Russian; native of 

Russia. 
Maskviti§kis>/.-ke, «. Moscow ite; inhab- 
itant of Moscow. 
Masonas,-o, sm. mason; freemason. 
MasoniSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 

adj. masonic. 
Mastas,-o, sm. ell. 

Mastauti (-tauju t -tavau,-tausiu), v. a. to 
muse; to meditate; to contemplate: 
to ponder; to reason. 
M|Stavimas,-o, sm. musing; contempla- 
tion; meditation. 
Mastymas, -o, sm. plaiting; braiding 
[06«o2.].| thinking; meditation; con- 
templation; musing; reasoning. 
Mfstis, -ies, dim. -tele, sf plait; braid: 
plaited string; lace. [Obsot], | 
thought: muse; contemplation. 
Mastyti (-stau,-s£iau, -stysiu), v. a. to 
plait; to braid [Obsol.]. |to think; to 
muse; to contemplate; to reason. 
Mastytojas,/.-ja,#. one who plaits; plait- 
er [Obsol.]. | thinker; muser; rea- 
soned 
Mastuoti (-tuoju,-tavau f -tuosiu), v. a. to 

measure. 
Masalas,-o, sm. ent. ephemera; gnat. 
Masina,-os, */. machine; engine. 
Masinerija.-os, sf. machinery. 
Masinistas,-o, sm. machinist; engineer. 
Ma§na,-os, dim.-ne\e, sf, purse; pouch: 

f pin iga mn ] poc k e t book . 
Ma§nius,-iaus, sm. pouch maker. 
MaStas,-o, sm. mast. 
Mataskuoti (-kuoju.-kavau, -kuosiu), v. 
a. to play with the feel; fig. to run. 
Matavimas,-o, sm. measuring; measure- 
ment. 
Matematika,-os, sf. mathematics. 
Matematikas, /.-ke, s. mathematician. 



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Matematiska$,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. mathematic, mathematical. | 

— kai, adv. mathematically. 
Materija, -os, sf stuff; cloth; [medega] 

stuff; matter; substance; med. pus. 
Materi(j)alistas,/. -te, s. materialist. 
Materialistiskas,/. -ka, defin. .kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. materialistic. 
Materi(|)ali5kas l /.-ka,ff«/i»..ka8is,/.-koii, 

adj. material; substantial. |— kal,a<fp. 

materially. 
■ateri(i)alizmas,*o, sm. materialism. 
Materi(i)alizuoti(-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu), 

v.a. to materialize. 
Matikas,-o, sm. hoe; mattock; picknx. 
Matikuoti(-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. a. 

to hoe. 
Matymas,-o, sm. seeing; sight; vision. 
Matininkas,-o, sm. land-surveyor. 
Matin inky ste,-es, sf. surveying. 
Matyti(-tau,-£iau,-tysiu), v.a. to see. 
Matkas,-o, dim. -kelis, sm. skein. 
Matomas,/. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -moji, 

pri. visible. 
Matuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v.a. to 

measure. 
Matuse, Matu&ele,-es, *f. {terms of endear- 

ment) dear mother. 
Mauda, -os, sf hot. hemlock. Conium 

maculatum. M. vandenine, water 

hemlock. Cicuta virosa. 
Maudykla, Maudyne, sf bath; bath-room; 

bathing place; bathing establish- 
ment. 
Maudyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

bathe. |— $, v.rfl. to bathe one's self. 
Maukas,-o, sm. draught; gulp. 
Maukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to strip; 
. to pull ; to tear off; (coUoq.) to drink 

greedily. 
Maumedis,-dzio, sm. bot. larch; larch 

tree. Larix. 
Maurai,-ij, sm. pi. sea- weed; sea-wrack; 

duck-weed. Lemna. 
Maurojimas,-o, sm. lowing; bellowing. 
Mauroti (-roju, -rojau, -rosiu), v. n. to 

low; to bellow. 
Mauruotas,/.-U, defin.-tos\s,f -loji, adj. 

full of water-plants; abounding with 

duck-weeds. 
Mausti (maudziu, -dziau, -si u) t v. n. to 

desire; to long for; |to ache; to pain. 
Maustyti (-stau,-sciau f -stysiu), v a.frq. 

to put on or to pull off, repeatedly. 



Mazmoiingas 



Mauti (mauju, moviau, mausiu), v.a. 
to put on or to pull off. \v.n. {coUoq.) 
— laukan, to flee; to take flight; to 
escape. 

Mai [abbr. ofMAZAi], adv. little; not 
much. Mai-dang, more or less. 

Mazas,/.-za, defin. -zasis, /. -zo|i, dim. 
-zytis, -ziukas, -zutelis, -zuiiukas, adj. 
little; small. |— zai, adv. little; not 
much; in small quantity. 

Maiatikys,/.-ke, *. an incredulous man 
or woman; person of little faith. 

Mazatikyste, -es, sf. incredulity; little 
faith. 

Mazazemis,/.-me, s. owner of a small 
piece of land. 

Mazdaug, adv. more or less. 

Maieti (-z§ju t -zejau, zesiu), v.n. to de- 
crease; to become less; to abate; to 
lessen. 

Mazgas,-o, ritm.-gelis, sin. knot. 

Mazginys, = Mezginys. 

Mazgioti(-gioju,-giojau, -giosiu), v. a, 
frg. to knot; to make knots; to tie. 

Mazgytuve,-es, sf weaver's cord. 

Mazgolis,-io, Am., Mazgote, -as, sf dish- 
clout; dish-rag. 

Mazgoti(-goju,-gojau, -gosiu), v.a. to 
wash. |— s, v.rfl. to wash one's self. 

Mazgotojas, /. -|a, s. washer; [ind%\ 
scullion. 

Mazgotuve,-es, sf. washing house; laun- 
dry. 

Mazguotas,/ -ta, <te/m.-tasis,/.-to|i, adj. 
knotty; nodose. 

Mazybe,-es, */. littleness; smallness. 

Mazierius,-iaus, sm. mortar. 

Mazyn, adv. less; — eiti, to become less, 
to lessen; to decrease. 

Mazinimas, -0, sm. diminution; lessen- 
ing. 

Mazinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to lessen; 
to diminish. |— s, v.rfl. to decrease; 
to become less. 

Mazyste,-es, */. minority; nonage; pu- 
pilarity. 

Maziukas,/.-ke, #. little onei child. 

Mazkalbis,/.-be, *. one who speaks but 
little; taciturn person. 

Mazkalbyste,-es, sf taciturnity; reserve 
in speaking. 

Mazmetis,/.-te, #. minor. 

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184 



adj. minute; petty; frivolous 1— gai, 
adv. minutely; pettily. 
Mazmozis,-io, svi. trifle. 
Maine, adv. almost; nearly. 
■azokas,/.-ka, adj. somewhat little or 

small. 
Maitikys, Maztikyste, Mazatikys, etc. 
Mazuma,-os, */. minority. IS matumos, 
from a very young age; from one's 
childhood. 
Mazuma$,-o, sm. littleness; small n ess. 
Maziime, -es, sf. = Mazuma. 
■azuo,-ien$,*m. minority; pupilarity. 
Nuo matens, from one's childhood. 
Maiutis, dim. of M azas, which see. 
■ecenatas,-o, sm. patron; promoter of 

learning. 
Mechanika,-o$, sf. mechanics. 
Mechanlkas, -o, sm. mechanician; me- 
chanic; mechanist. 
Mechaniskas,/. -ka, <fc/Sn.-kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. mechanic, mechanical. 1 -kai f 
mechanically. 
■echanizma$,-o, sm. mechanism. 
Mecete,-es, sf. mosque. 
Mettoti (-cioju,-ciojau,-ciosiu) t v.ajrq. 

to throw about. 
Medalius,-iaus, sm. medal. 
MedaunMs^f. mead brewery. 
■edauninkas,-o, sm. honey cake; hot. 

musk-orchis. Herminium. 
»edega,-ot, */. material; matter; sub- 

stance 
»edefliska$^..ka,^n..kMi$,/.-ko|l, adj. 
material; substantial. | -kai, adv. 
materially; substantially. 
Medeja$,*o, sm. hunter; sportsman. 
Medejyste,-es, sf. hunting; hunter's oc- 
cupation. 
Medetka, -o$, */. hot. centaury. Eryth- 

raea centaurium. 
Medicina,-os, sj. science of medicine. 
Mediciniikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. medical. 
Medingas,/. -ga, adj. melliferous; con- 
taining honey. 
Hedinis,/. -ne, adj. wooden. 
Medlonas,-o, sm. [Mi.] lancet; fleam. 
Medi$,4zio, dim. -delis, sm. tree. Vaisi- 

nis — , fruit tree. 
Medllepis, Medzliepis,-lo, sm hot. maple; 

maple tree. Acer. 
Medlintius, -iaus, sm. forester; wood 
keeper. 



Mellauti 

Medlarae,-**,^.*™. pie. 

Meduotas,/.*ta,j>rt. covered with honey. 

Modus, -aus, sm. honey. 

Medvilne,-es, sf. cotton. 

Medvilnlni8,/.-ne, adj. cotton; made o! 
cotton. 

Medziaga, = Mbdbga. 

Medziojimas, -o, sm. hunting. 

Medziokle,-es, sf. hunting; chase ;spon. 

Medziokli$,-io, sm. hunter. 

■edzione,-es, sf.= MedzioklE. 

Medzioti (-dzioju, -dziojau, -diiosiu), v. 
a.n. to hunt; to chase. 

Medzioto|a$,/.-|a, *. hunter; chaser. 

Medikotis, /. -IS, s. instrument with 
wooden handle or haft. 

Medzliepis,-io, sm. Mkdliepis. 

■egesi$,-io, ■egima$,-o, sm. liking; in- 
clination. 

■eglnima$,-o, sm. trying; trial; test; ex- 
periment. 

Megintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to try; to 
test; to attempt. 

Megintinas,/.-na, prt. triable. 

■egintojas,/. -|a, *. one who tries or 
makes a trial; experimenter. 

Megstl (mezgu, mezgiau, megsiu), v.a. 
to knot; to tie; to bind; [piritinesj 
to knit. |— s, v.rfl. to knot; to bind 
oneself; fig. to organize oneself; 
[apie vaisius] to knot. 

■egti (-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v. a. to like; 
to have a taste for; to be fond of; to 
have a fancy for. 
Meguma$,-o, sm. pleasantness; pleasing- 
ness; pleasurableness. 

■egu«,/. -fli, ***• -fl"> d *fi n - -fl»»l«»/- -AW* 
adj. pleasant; pleasing; pleasurable: 
grateful. |— giai, adv. pleasantly. 

Megzda,-os, smf. mocker. 

Megzdymas, Megzdzio|imas,-o, sm. imita- 
tion; | mocking; mockery; sportive 
insult. 

Megzdyti (-dau-dziau,-dysiu), Megzdzio- 
ti (-dzioju,-dziojau,-dziosiu) f v.a. to 
imitate; to counterfeit; | to imitate 
in contempt or derision; to mock, 
to treat with scorn. 

Megzdytolas, Megzdzioto)as,/.-|a, s. imi- 
tator;! mocker; scoffer. 

Meilauti (-lauju,-lavau,-lausiu), v.a. to 
caress; to fondle ;| to be pleased with; 
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Meilavimas 



Meilavimas,-o,*m. caressing; fondling. 

Meili,-es, sf. love. 

Meiltai, adv. lovely; amiably; kindly; 
graciously. 

Rleiliakaibi8 > /.-be, s. flatterer. 

Meilingas,/.-ga, de/w.-gasis,/.-go|i, adj. 
kind; gracious; amiable; dear. |—gai, 
adv. kindly. 

Meilingtimas,-o, sm. kindness; amiable- 
ness. 

Meilininkas,/.-ke, s. wooer; lover; para- 
mour. 

Meilyti (-liju, -lijau, -lysiu), v. a. n. to 
wish to have; to be pleased with; | 
to deign. 

Meilumas, -o, sm. loveliness; amiable- 
ness; sweetness. 

Heiluoti(-luoju,-lavau,-luosiu), v.a. to 
caress; to fondle; to cherish; to cock- 
er. 

Meilus,/.-li, ntr. -lu, defin. -lusis,/. -lio|i, 
adj. lovely; dear; amiable; sweet; 
charming. 

Meinauti (-nauju,-navau,-nausiu), v. a. 
[Kr.] to bid the.bans. 

Meironas, -o, sm. bot. marjoram. Ori- 
ganum. 

Meistras,-o, sm. master; master work- 
man; artificer;craftsman;craftsmas- 
ter. 

Meistryste,-es» sf. craft; profession; bus- 
iness. 

Meistri8kas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. masterly; masterful; master- 
like. |— kai, adv. masterly; craftily. 

Meitelis, -io, dim. -liukas, sm. barrow; 
hog. 

Mekerys,-io, sm. kind of a dish, see Mu- 

TINY8. 

Meklys,/.-ie, s. stammerer. 

Mekne,-es, */. kind of fish. Cyprinusdo- 
bula. 

Meksra,-os, sf. icJit. roach. Cyprinus ru- 
tilus. 

Melagingas/.-ga, defin. -gasisJ\-go)i, adj. 
mendacious; false; lying. |— gai,arf?\ 
mendaciously; falsely. 

Melagingumas, -o, sm. falsity; mendac- 
ity. 

Melagi8,/-ge,*.liar. 

MelagystMs, sf., Melas,-o,*m. lie; false- 
hood; untruth. 

Melancholia, -os,*/. melancholy. 



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Meianchoiikas, /. -ke, s. melancholic; 
melancholist. 

Melancholiskas,/. -ka, adj. melancholy; 
gloomy; depressed in spirits. 

Melavimas,-o, sm. lying. 

Meldas,-o, sm. bot. rush; club-rush; bul- 
rush. 8cirpus lacustris. 

Melde|as,/.-|a, s. implorer; supplicant; 
entreater. 

Meldimas,-o, sm. praying; imploration; 
entreaty; supplication. 

Meldynas, -o, sm. rush forest; place 
overgrown with bulrushes. 

Meld in is, /.-ne, adj. rushy ; made of bul- 
rushes. 

Mele\-es, */. bot. dyer's wood Isatis 
tinctoria. 

Meleta,-os, 4f. orn. hazel-hen; grouse. 

Melynakis,/.-ke, s. one with blue eyes. 

Melynas,/.-na, defin. -nasi*,/. -noji, adj. 
blue. J— nai, adv. bluely. 

Melyne,-es, sf. bot. whortleberry. Vac- 
ci nium myrtillus. 

Melynokas,/.-ka, adj. bluish; somewhat 
blue; pretty blue. 

Melynuma,-os, sf. blue spot; blue place. 

Melynumas, -o, sm. blueness. 

Melynuoti (-nuoju,-navau,-nuosiu), v.a. 
to blue; to make blue. | v.n. to grow 
blue; to appear blue; to display in 
blue colors. 

Meliodija, -os, sf. melody. 

Meliodiikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. melodious; tuneful. I— kai, adv. 
melodiously; tunefully. 

Meliodiskwnas, -o, sm. melodiousness; 
musicalness. 

Melis,-io, sm. blue pigment; indigo; I 
blue spot. 

Melisa,-os, *f. nectary; honey-cup. 

Mel mod is, -diio, sm. bot. larch tree. La- 
rix. = Maumedis. 

Melmuo,-mens; pi. -mens and -menys,*m. 
anat. loins; reins. 

Melnyc1a,-ios, sf. mill. = Malunas. 

Melninkas,-o, sm. miller; ent. cockchaf- 
er. 

Melodrama,-os, sf. melodrama. 

Meisti (-ldziu, -ldziau, -lsiu), v. a. to 
pray ; to supplicate. |— s, v.rfl. to pray 
to God. 

Melstuves, -iq, sf. pi. begging [customa- 
rily practiced by herd boys on Whit- 
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»elsvas,/.-va, defin. -vasis, /. -vo|i,a#. 

bluish; somewhat blue. | — vai, adv. 

bluishly. 
Melsvumas,-o, sm. bluishness. 
HeluotK-luojivlavau.-luosiu), v. a. n. 

to lie; to tell a lie. Meluoja kaip is 

knygos, (pror.), he lies like a Trojan. 
Meliiama$,/.-ma, defin. -masis, /. -mo|i, 

adj. milky; milch; giving milk. 

MeUiamoji karve, milch cow. 
Melzimas,-o, sm. milking. 
Melzineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v.a. to 

milk leisurely. 
Melzole,-es, sf. hot. indigo plant, genus 

Indigofera. - 
Mena,-os, «/. assumption; supposition; 

hypothesis. 
Manama*,/, -ma, defin. -masis, /. -mo|i, 

prt. supposed: pretended. 
Mena$,-o, sm. art. 
Mencius, -iau$,#m. kind; species; sort; 

quality. 
Meneselis,-io, [dim. o/MEnuo], sm. lit- 
tle moon; \Tat. ] parenthesis. 
Menesetas,/.-ta, defin..\B%\%, f. -to|i, adj. 

moonlight; moonshine; moonshiny; 

moonlit. Meneseta naktis, moonlit 

night. 
Menesiena, -os, sf. moonlight; moon- 
shine. 
Menesine,-es, sf. monthly courses; cata- 

menia; menses. 
Mene$ininkas,-o, am. monthly publica- 
tion; monthly. 
Menesinis,/.-ne, adj. monthly; of the 

moon; lunar. 
Menesis,-lo, am. month; moon. 
Menesiuoti (-siuoju, -siavau, -siuosiu), 

v.n. to menstruate. 
Meningas,/. -ga, d</l».-gasis,/-goji ? adj. 

artistic; artful: artificial; ingenious. 

| — gai, adv. artfully. | — gumas r «m. 

artfulness; ingeniousness. 
Meniskas,/. -ka, <fe/fn.-kasis,/.-ko)i, adj. 

art-like; artistic. |— kai, adv. artistic- 
ally. 
Menkas,/.-ka, <fe/fn.-kasis, /. -ko|i, adj. 

petty; slim; feeble; weak; scanty; 

insignificant; small; little. | —kai, 

adv. scantily; little. 
Menke,-es, sf. icht. dorse. Gadus calla- 

rias. 
Menkybe, -es, sf. pettiness; slimness; 

feebleness; weakness; smallness. 



Mergyte 



Menkumas,-o, sm. pettiness; smallness. 

Menkutis, Menkuteiis,/.-ie,[dtm. o/Men- 
kas] ,adj. petty ; insignificant ; feeble; 
small. 

Menkvertis,/. -te, adj. of a little value; 
petty; insignificant. 

Mentalas,-o, sm. mash. 

Mente, -is, sf. kneading stick; anat. 
shoulder blade; scapula; [murinin- 
ko\ trowel. 

Mentukas,-o, sm. hot. daisy. 

Venturis, -io, sm. twirl ing-stick; hot. 
bearbind. Convolvulus arvensis. 

Mentuzas,-o,*m. icht. eel pout; burbot. 

Menulis,-io, sm. moon. 

Menuo, -nesio,*m. moon; | month. 

Menuzis, = MCnulis. 

Merdejimas, -o, sm. agony; pangs of 
death. 

Merdeti f-d6ju,-dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 
agonize; to die. 

Merga,-os, sf. maid; maiden; maidserv- 
ant. 

Mergaite,-es,{f. girl. 

Mergauti (-gauju,-gavau,-gausiu), v. n. 
to continue a maid. 

Mergavimas, -o, sm. continuation of 
maidenhood. 

Merge,-es, sf. maid: maiden. 

Mergela,-es, sf. (polite) maid; maiden; 
virgin. Orleano mergele, the Maid of 
Orleans. Svencutusioji — , the holy 
virgin. 

Mergybe>es, sf. virginity; maidenhood. 

Mergina,-os, sf. maid; girl. 

Mergineii (-nSju,-nejau f -nesiu) f v.n. to 
hunt after girls; to dangle about the 
girls. 

Mergininkas,-o, sm. dangler. 

Merginis,/.-ne, adj. maiden; of a maid. 

Merginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to woo; 
to court. 1-*, v.rfl. to be in the rela- 
tions of the betrothed; to be be- 
trothed. 

Mergyste, -is, sf. maidhood; maiden- 
hood; maidenhead; virginity. 

Mergy$5ia,-ios, sf. young girl. 

Mergiiius,-iaus, sm. dangler; libertine. 

Mergi§kas,/.-ka, cfe/I;i..kasis,/.-koii, adj. 
maiden; maidenly; maiden-like. | 
— kai, adv. maidenly. 

Mergyte, -es, */. little girl; very young 
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■ergpalaikl 

Mergpalalke, -es, sf. common girl; bad 
girl. 

Merguze, HerguzelMs, rf. (terms of af- 
fection) girl; maid; maiden. 

Mergvaikis,-io, sm. illegitimate child; 
bastard. 

Mergvakari$,-io,*n. nuptials'-eve; even- 
ing party on the nuptial-eve. 

Meridiaitas,-o, sm. geogr. meridian. 

Merktt([mer'kti],-kiu,-kiau, -ksiu), v. 
a. to put into water; to steep. 2. — 
[me'rkti], v.n. to wink; to give a 
wink. |-S, ff.rfl. to shut eyes. 

Meriiena,-os, sf. carcass; carrion. 

Meruna$,-o, sm. hot. sweet marjoram. 
Origanum maiorana. 

Mem,-os, sf. ent. gadfly; breeze-fly. 

Mes (nam. pi of A§), pron. we. 

«e$a,-os,#/. meat;| flesh. 

Mesaedi$,/.-de, s. carnivorous animal. 

Mesiedas,-o, sm. days in which eating 
of meat is allowed by the Rom.- 
-Caih. church; especially the period 
between Christmas and Lent. 

Mesinejimas,*, sm. eviscerating. 

Mesineti (-neju,-n5jau t -nesiu), v. a. to 
eviscerate; to gut. 

Mesingas J.-ga, <te/Sn.-gasls, f. -go|l, adj. 
fleshy; pulpous. 

■esiny£ia,-!os, sf. butcher's shop; meat 
market. 

Hesininkas f /.-W, s. butcher. 

Hesinls,/. -n«, adj. of meat; of flesh. 

liesiska^/.-ka, <k/in.-kasi8,/.-ko|i, adj. 
of meat; of flesh; consisting of meat. 

Mesiu$,-iaus, sm. butcher ;| meat eater. 

Mesliava,-os,4f. voluntary contribution. 

Mesti (metu, me&au, mesiu), v. a. to 
throw; to cast; — sviesq ant A?o, to 
throw light upon a subject; — gijas, 
to reel. |-s, v.rfl , — ant ho, to rush 
or fall upon one. 

Mestuvai 9 -H, sm. pi. reel. 

Heika^s,^. bear;(an instrument for 
raising heavy materials; cram poons. 

MeSkagrybi$,-io, sm. kind of mushroom. 

Meikenos, -4, sf. pi. bear-skin coat; 
bear's fur. 

BeskerM*. *f- angle \fig. bait; allure- 
ment. 

Mrikery*la,-to*, sf. angle rod. 

■rtkerioll(-rioju,-riojau f -riosiu),t?.a.n. 
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■e§keriOto|as,/.-|a, *. angler. 

Meskerninkas, /. -ke, s. angler; | angle 
maker or seller. 

MeSkinas,-o, sm. he-bear. 

Me§kininkas,/.-ke, *. bear- ward; bear 
driver. 

Meskinis,/.-ne, adj. of a bear; bear... 

Meskiukas, Meskutis, -SIo, sm. a young 
bear; cub. 

Meiladuobe,-es, sf. dung pit. 

Me§las,-0, sm. excrement; dung; muck; 
[trqsalas] dung: manure. 

Meilavezis,-io, sm. season of manuring 
fields. 

MeSlynas,-o, sm. dungh : ll; muckhill. 

Meiline,-es, sf. anat. rectum. 

Meilungis,-iO, sm. cramp; hot. churn- 
staff; sun spurge; wart wort. Eu- 
phorbia helioscopia. 

Meslungi§kas X-ka, defin. -kasfs,/. -ko|f, 
adj. spasmodic; convulsive. | — kai, 
adv. spasmodically; convulsively. 

»eiJuota$,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|l, adj. 
covered with dung or muck; dirty. 

Meiti, = MfizTi. 

Meta,-os, sf. hot, mint. Menta. 

Metafizika,-os, sf. metaphysics. 

Metafizikas,-o, sm. metaphysician. 

Metafiziikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. metaphysical. |— kal, adt\ meta- 
physically. 

Metai,-i|, sm. pi. year. 

Metalas,-o, sm. metal. 

Metaliurgi|a,-os, sf. metallurgy. 

Hetaliurgiika$,/..ka, defin. -kasls,/. -koji, 
adj. metallurgic. 

Metas,-0, sm. time. Jan kura met as, it 
is a very late hour. 

■etavo|imas,-o, sm. repenting; repent- 
ance. 

Metavone, -es, sf. repentance; regret; 
atonement; penance. 

Metavoti (-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v.n. f — s, 
v.rfl. to do penance; to repent. 

Metejas,/.-|a, *. one who throws; throw- 
er. 

Meteklis,-io, sm. bolt: bar;| sling. 

Metele,-es, sf. hot. wormwood. Artemi- 
sia absinthium. 

Meteininkas,/.-ke, s. rope dancer; acro- 
bat 

Metoora$,-o, sm. meteor. 

Meteorologas,-o, sm. meteorologist. 



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Meteorologi|a,-os, sf. meteorology. 

Meteorologiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko- 
)i, adj. meteorological. 

Metykle,-es, sf. sling. 

Metimas,-o, sm. throw: cast; hurl. 

Metymas, -o, sm. throwing; hurling; 
flinging; [pinigy] squandering; wast- 
ing. 

Metininkas,/. -ke, *. yearling; one year 
old ;[ a servant hired for a term of 
one year. 

Met in is,/. -ne, adj. yearly; annual; an- 
niversary; | yearling; being a year 
old. 

Metyti (-tau.-Siau, -tysiu), v.a.frq. to 
throw; to cast; to fling. |—s, v.rfi. to 
fling; to flounce; to wince; to kick 
up and down. 

Metmenys,-iij, sm. pi warp. 9 

Metoda,-os, sf. method. 

Metodiikas,/ -ka, adj. methodical. |-kai, 
adv. methodically. 

Metra,-os, sf. spook; spectre; hot. balm- 
-gcntle ; balm-m i nt. Melissa romana. 

Metra§tis,-£io, sm. yearbook; chronicle; 
pi -Sdiai, annals; chronicles; histor- 
ical records. 

Metropoli|a,-os, sf metropolis; capitol. 

Metropolitas,-o, sm. metropolitan. 

Metrika, -os, sf annals; records; ar- 
chives; | certificate of baptism. 

Metskaitis, -ftio, Metskaitlius, -iaus, sm. 
chronology. 

Metturgis,-io,*n2. annual fair or market. 

Metugis,-io, sm. a year's shoot. 

Meva,-os, sf orn. sea-mew; gull. 

Mezgas, -o, sm. knot; [vaistaus] germ; 
bud. 

Mezgejas,/ -|a, s. knitter. 

Mezginys,-io, sm. knitting; net-work. 

Mezgioti (-gioju,-giojau, -giosiu), v. a. 
frq. to knot. 

Meziamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis, /. -mo|i, 
prt. dunging. Metiamosios Sakes, 
dung fork. 

Mezliava, -OS, sf. voluntary contribu- 
tion; scot; tax. 

Mezti (-ziu,-ziau,-§iu), v. a. to dung; to 
manure with dung; — vetimq, to 
load a cart with dung. 

Midus,-aus, sm. mead. 

Midutis,-6io, dim. ofMiDus, sweet mead; 
hot. nectarium; nectar. 



Miesiionis 



Miegale,-ss, sf. a sleepy and sluggish 
woman; hot. blue-cap. Succisa pra- 
tensis. 

Miegalius, -iaus, sm. sleeper; sluggard; 
hot. henbane Hyosciamus niger. 

Miegas,-o, sm. sleep; slumber. 

Miegeivis,/.-ve, *. somnambulist. 

Miegeivyste, -es, sf somnambulation; 
somnambulism. 

Mieglige,-es, sf. coma ; lethargy ; somno- 
lence; stupor. 

Miego|imas,-o,*ro. sleeping; sleep. 

Miegoti (-gu,-gojau,-gosiu),t>. n. to sleep. 

Miegotuve,-es,s/*. dormitory; bedroom. 

Miegruimis,-io, sm. sleeping room ; bed- 
room; bed-chamber. 

Hiegustas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|l, adj. 
sleepy; somnolent. 

Miegustumas,-o, sm. sleepiness. 

Mieiai, adv. kindly; amiably; willingly; 
gladly. 

Hielas,/. -la, defin. -lasis, /. -lo|i, adj. 
dear; beloved. Midas Drauge, — Po- 
ne, Dear Friend, Dear Sir. 

MielaSirdybe,-es, sf. mercy; charity. 

Miela§irdingas,/.-ga, d^/i.-gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. merciful; charitable; clement. 
— gai, adv. mercifully. 

Mielasirdingyste,-es,*/ ; MielaSirdingumas, 
-0, sm. mercifulness; charitableness. 

MielaSirdyste,-es, sf. mercy; charity. 

Mieldazauti (-zauju, -zavau, -zausiu), v. 
n. to practice dyeing; to be a dyer. 

Mieldazis,-io, sm. dyer. 

MieldaziSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. dyer's; dyer-like. |— kai, adv. in 
the manner of a dyer. 

Mieidazuoti (-zuoju,-zavau,-iuosiu) f t>. a. 
n. to dye; to practice dyeing. 

Mieles, -Iq, sf. pi. yeast; barm; lees. 

Mieliuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
barmy; yeasty. 

Miera,-os, sf measure. 

Mieris,-io t sm. aim; end; object; inten- 
tion; purpose. 

Mieryti (-riju,-rijau,-rysiu),t\7*. to aim; 
to tend to. 

Mieruoti (-ruoju,-ravau, -ruosiu), v. a. 
to measure. 

Mies6ionija,-os, sf town people; town 
folk. 

Mies6ionis,/.-ne,#. inhabitant of a town 
or city; townsman; townswoman; 
burgher. 



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Mylia 



Mies£ioityste,-es, sf. burghership; citi- 
zenship. 

Miestas,-o, #tfi. city ;[maia»] town. Dim. 
-telis,-tukas, town; market town; bo- 
rough. 

Mie$telenas,/.-nM. townsman/, towns- 
woman. 

Miestietis,/-te, *. townsman;/, towns- 
woman. 

Hiestinis J^-ne, a#. city...; of city; of 
town. 

Hiestilkas./.-ka, rf</m.-kasis,/..koii, adj. 
of town or city ; town-like; munic- 
ipal. | — kAi, adv. in the manner of 
town or city; in the manner of town 
people. 

NiesWaldis,/. -de, s. burghmaster; bur- 
gomaster; mayor. 

MiestvaldystMs, */. government of a 
city or town; municipality. 

Mieiimas,-o, sm. dilution; mixture; so- 
lution;! honey-water. 

Mieiti (-siu,-siau,-siu) f v.a. to dilute; I 
to sweeten with honey. 

Mietas,-o, sm. stake; pole; pile. 

MietinMs, *f> heavy staff; club; cudg- 
el. 

Hiazainis,/. -ne, adj. barley. . . ; of barley. 

Mieziena,-os, sf. barley field. 

Mieziertis,-Io, sm. barley cake. 

Mieiienojai,-u, sm. pi. barley straw; bar- 
ley stubble. 

Miezinis,/.-ne, ad/', of barley; made of 
barley. Mietinss kruopos, hulled 
barley; barley groats. 

Mieiys,-io,«w. barley; [akyj] sty. 

Migdymas,-o, sm. lulling asleep. 

Mlgdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), t>.a. to lull 
asleep; to put one to sleep. 

Migdolas,-o, sm. bot. almond. Migdoty 
laukti, (colloq.), to wait for dead 
men's shoes. 

Migimas,-0, sm. falling asleep. 

Mygimas, -0, sm. pressing; squeezing; 
pinching. 

Miginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 

one sleep. 
Migis,-io, sm. pigsty; hog pen. 
Migla,-os, sf. fog; mist; haze. 
Miglynas,-o, sm. astr. nebula. 
Miglinis,/.-ne, adj. fog...; of fog. 
Miglotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i f adj. 
misty; foggy; nebulous. 



Mignius,-iaus, sm. sleeper; sluggish fel- 
low ; lazy-bones. 
Migti (mingu, migau, migsiu), v. n. to 

fall asleep. 
Mygti (-giu,-gau t -gsiu), v.a. to press; to 

pinch; to squeeze; jffy. to urge. 
Mika,-os,4f. mica. 
Mikalo|us,-|aus, sm. Nicholas. 
Mikas,-o, [abbr. of Mikolas] , sm. Mi- 
chael; Mike. 
Mik£iojimas,-o, sm. stammering; stut- 
tering. 
Mik&ioti (-Sioju.-fciojau.-ciosiu), v. n. to 

stutter; to stammer. 
Mikfflurna, -os, smf. (vttlg.) stutterer; 

stammerer. 
Mikenti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a.n. to stam- 
mer; [apie avis] to baa. 
Miklinimas,-o, sm. training; exercising. 
Miklinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to train; 
to exercise; to discipline. |— s, v.rfl. 
to exercise oneself; to train oneself. 
Miklumas,*o, sm. vigorousness; strength. 
Miklu$,/.-li, definMu$\%,f.4\o\\ t adj. ro- 
bust; strong; lusty; muscular; vig- 
orous. 
Mikolas,-o, sm. Michael; Mike. 
Mikolines,-iy, */. pi. St. Michael's Day. 
Mikroskopas,-o, sm t microscope. 
Mikroskopiskas,/.-ka f defin.-kB&lsJ. -keji, 

adj. microscopic: microscopical. 
Mykti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu) t v.n. to bellow; 

to low {as a cow). 
Milas,-o, sm. homemade woollen cloth; 

woollen homespun. 
Mylavimas,-o, sm. caressing. 
Mil6ius,-iaus,«m. dealer in Hour; flour 

merchant. 
Mylda,-os, sf. myth, goddess of love and 

beauty. 
Mildybe>es, sf. piety; piousness. 
m\du%,f-d\,defin. -dusis,/. -dzio|i, adj. 
pious; religious. |— dumas, sin. pious- 
ness. 
Mylejimas,-o, sm. loving. 
Myieti (-liu,-lejau,-lesiu), v.a. to love; 
to like. |— 8, v.rfl. to love each other; 
to be in love. 
Myletinas,/.-na, de/fn.-nasis,/. -noji, prt. 

lovable; worthy of love. 
Mylstini$,/.-ne, *. favorite; darling; pet. 
Myleto|as,/.-ja, *. lover; amateur. 
Mylia,-io$, sf. mile. 



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Miiicija,-os, sf. militia. 

Mili(j)ardas, -o, sm. num. milliard. 

Miii(j)onas,-o, sm. num. million. 

Mili(|)onierius,-iaus, sm. millionaire. 

Mylimas,/.-ma, cte/to.-masis,/. -mo|i, prt. 
loved; beloved; favorite. 

Milinis,/.-ne, adj. made of woolen home- 
spun. 

Milinys,-io, sm. quern-handle. 

Mylista,-os, {f. grace; favor; kindness; 
mercy; clemency. Jus% — , Your 
Grace; Your Honor. 

Mylistyba,-os, sf. grace; mercy. 

Mylistingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. gracious; clement; merciful; 
favorable; condescending. 1— gai,adc 
graciously; mercifully; condescend- 
ingly. 

Mylistinguma$,-o,tfft. graciousness; mer- 
cifulness; gracefulness. 

MilkurpMs, sf. cloth slipper. 

Milstuve,-es, sf. milk pail. 

Miltai,-ij, sm. pi flour: meal. 

Miltingas,/-ga, defin. -gasis, /-goji, adj. 
containing flour or farina; mealy; 
farinaceous. MiUinga bulve, mealy 
potato. 

Miltininkas,/-ke, s. dealer in flour. 

Miltinis,/.-ne, adj. of flour. 

Miltuotas,/.-ta,pr*. floured; sprinkled 
with flour. 

Myluoti (-luoju,-lavau t -luosiu), v. a. to 
caress; to fondle; to treat with fond- 
ness. 

Myluse,-es, sf. hot. common balm ; balm- 
-gentle; balm-mint. Melissa officina- 
lis 

MHzikas,/.-ke,«. milker. 

Milzinas,-o, *m. giant. 

Milziniskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
aa J- gigantic; gigantean. |— kai,adu. 
gigantically. 

Milzti (melziu, milzau, milsiu), v. a. to 
milk. 

II in a, -OS, sf. mien; aspect; air; counten- 
ance; [pakasas] mine. 

Minavojimas,-o, sm. mentioning. 

Minavoti (-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v.a.frq. 
to mention. 

Mindymas, Mindziolimas, *-o, sm. tramp- 
ling; treading under foot. 

Mindyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), Mindzioti 
(-dzioju,-diiojau,-dziosiu),u.a/ry. to 



Minkstas 

trample; to tread under foot; (fig.)* 
— tiesas, to violate the law. 

Minejimas,-o, sm. mentioning. ' 

Mineralas,-o, sm. mineral. 

Mineralinis, /. -ne, Mineral ISkas, /. -ka : 
defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. mineral. 

Mineralogi|a,-os, sf. mineralogy. 

Mineralogiskas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|l, 
adj. mineralogical. | — kai, adv. min- 
eralogically. 

Mineti (-niu,-n6jau,-nesiu), v. a. to men- 
tion. 

Minetinas,/.-na, <&/&n.-nasis, f. -noli, prt. 
worthy of mention; notable. 

Minia,-ios, sf throng; crowd; mob. 

Mynia,-ios, sf. [Kr.] thought; notion. 

Minlava,-os, sf hot. cancer wort; speed- 
well. Veronica longifolia. 

Miny6ia,-ios, sf. [Kr.] monastery; nun- 
nery. 

Minykas,-o, sm. monk. 

Minyka,-es; Minyska,-os, */. nun. 

Minykinis,/. -ne, adj. monkish; monas- 
tic. 

Minyki§kas,/.-ka,(i</in.-kasis,/.-ko|l,<7^. 
monkish; monastic. |— kai, adv. after 
the manner of a monk; monkishly. 

Mynimas, -o, sm. trampling; treading; 
[linu] dressing. 

Mynioti (-nioju,-niojau,-niosiu), *. a. to 
trample; to tread under foot. 

Ministerija,-os, sf ministery; ministry; 
[U. 8.] secretarship. 

Ministras,-o, sm. minister of state; [U. 
8.] secretary of state. 

Minkymas,-0, sm. kneading; moulding. 

Minkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
knead; to mould. 

Minkytojas,/. -|a, *. kneader. 

Minkytuve,-es, sf baker's trough. 

Minkle,-es, sf. enigma; riddle; puzzle. 

Minksladuonis, /. -ne, s. (in contempt) 
fondling: tenderling; idler; drone. 

Minkstakaulis,/. -le, Minkitakunis,/.-ne, s. 
(in cont.) tenderling; weakling; an 
effeminate man or woman. 

Mink§taliezuvis,/.-ve, s. adulator; flatter- 
er; coaxer. 

Minkstapautis,-£io, sm. soft shelled egg. 

Minkstaprotis, /. -te, s. silly person; 
dunce; dolt. 

Minkstas,/ -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
soft; mild; meek. |— tai, adv. softly; 
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Minkstimas,-o, sm. the soft part; [duo- 
no*] the soft part of bread; bread 
crumb. 

Minkitinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to soft- 
en; to make soft. 

Minkstokas,/.-ka, adj. somewhat soft; 
softish. 

Minkitumas, Mlnkltumelis, sm. softness; 
mildness; meekness. 

Minkstutis, Minkitutells, [dim. of Mink- 
Stab] , adj. very soft. 

■inti([mi'nti], minu, myniau, min- 
siu), v.a. to tread; to trample; — 
wk>4\ to knead clay ; — Units, to break 
or dress flax. 2. — ([min'ti], menu, 
miniau, minsiu), v. a. to think; to 
imagine; to guess. 

Mintine,-H, sf. kind of. play. 

Mintingas,/. -ga, <te/fo.-gasis,/-go)i, <*<{/. 
thoughtful, l-flti, adv. thoughtfully. 
|— guinas, sm. thoughtfulness. 

Mintis,-i6S, */• thought; idea; opinion. 

Mintuvai,-4, sm. pi brake. 

Minuta,-os, */. minute. 

Minute,-**, sf. riddle. 

Myra,-o$, sf. myrrh. 

Mirgavimas, Mlrgejlmas, Mirguliavimas, 
sm. twinkling; sparkling; glimmer- 
ing; glittering; glistening. 

Mirgeti(-gu, -ggjau, -g€siu), Mlrguliuoti 
(-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), Mirguoti 
(-guoju,-gavau,-guosiu;, v. n. to co- 
ruscate; to flash; to twinkle; to 
sparkle; to glimmer; to glisten; to 
glitter. 

Mirimasy-o, *m. dying. 

Mirineti (-n6ju,-n€jau,-nesiu), v. n.frq. 
to die one after another. 

Myris,-io, sm. dying; death; decease. 

Mirk6io|imas,-o,*ro.blinking;twinkling. 

Hirkcioti (-cioju, -Siojau, -Siosiu), v. n. 
frq. to blink; to wink; to twinkle; 
to connive. 

Mirkymas, -o, sm. wetting; steeping; 
soaking; maceration. 

Mirkyti (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to wet; 
to soak; to steep; to macerate. 

Mirksejimas,-o, sm. blinking; twinkling. 

Mirksati (-siu,-s€jau,-sesiu), v.nfrq. to 
blink; to twinkle; to wink; to con- 
nive. 
Mirksni$,-io, *m. twinkling of an eye; 
moment. 



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Mirksoti (-sau,-sojau,-sosiu), v. n dur. 

to soak; to lie steeped in water; | to 

stay with half open eyes. 
Mirktelejimas, -o, sm. wink; twinkling 

of an eye. 
Mirktereti (riu,-rSjau,-resiu), v. n. inst. 

to wink (but once); to give a wink. 
Mirkti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to soak; 

to lie steeped. 
Mirsena,-os, sf. dying; death; decease. 
Miriti (-8tu,-§au,-siu), v.a. to forget. 
Miritinai, adv., — utmvrUi, to forget 

wholly; to lose from the memory to- 
tally. 
Mirta,-os, sf. hot. myrtle. 
Mirti (-§tu,-riau,-rsiu), v.n. to die; to 

decease; to expire; — badu, to starve; 

to die with hunger. 
Mirtina,-os, sf. death. 
Mirtinga$,/.-ga, d^n.-gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 

mortal; deadly. |— gai, adv. mortally; 

deadly. | — gumas, sm. mortality; 

deadliness. 
Mirtlnis,/.-ne, adj. mortal. Ant mirtino 

patalo guleti, to be on a death bed; 

to be at the point of death. 
MirtiVies, */. death. 
MiruokliSj/.-le,*- mortal; human being; 

man. 
Misa,-os, 4f. mash. 
Misi|a,-os, «/. mission. 
Misi|onieriii$,-iaus, sm. missionary. 
Misinginis,/.-ne, adj. brazen. 
Misihgis,-io, sm. brass. 
Mjsle,-as, sf. riddle; enigma. 
Misli|imas,-o, *m- thinking. = Manymas. 
Misllndius,-iaus, sm. thinker; sage. 
Mislineti (-n6ju,-n6jau, -nesiu), v. frq., 

Mislyti (-liju, -lijau, -lysiu), v. a. to 

think; to reason. = Manyti. 
Mislingas,/.-ga, defin.^wA% f f -go|i, adj. 

thoughtful; thinking. | —gai, adv. 

thoughtfully. 
Misiis,-Ies, sf thought. = llnms. - 
Mjslis,-io, sm. riddle. = MJslE. 
Mjsliskas,/..ka, d^w.-kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

enigmatic; enigmatical. | — kai, adv. 

enigmatically. 
Mislyti, see MislinEti. 
Misti (mintu, mitau, misiu), v. n. to 

feed upon; to live upon; to gain one's 
livelihood. 
Mystika, -o$, sf. mysterious doctrine; 
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MystiSkas,/. -ka, <&/*». -kasis,/. -koji, adj. 

mystic; mystical. |— kai, adv. mystic- 
ally. 
Mistras,-o, sm. master. 
Mistrauti (-rauju,-ravau, -rausiu), v. n. 

to be a master. 
Mistrybi,-es, sf. masterliness; master- 
ship. 
Mistringas,/.-ga, <fe/to.-gasis,/.-go|i; Mis- 

triSkas,/.-ka, defin. .kasis,/. -koji, adj. 

masterly; skillful. | — gai, — kai, adv. 

masterly; artfully. 
Misla, usually in the pi Mi§ios,-ty, */. 

ecd. mass. Oiedamosios — , high mass. 

Skaitamosios — , low mass. 
Misiaknyge,-es, sf. missal. 
Mi§inys,-io, sm. mixture; jig. confusion; 

disorder. 
Miiios, see Mi§ia. 
MiSkas,-o, sm. wood; forest. 
Mi§kinis,/.-ne, aeZ/. of forest; of wood; 

wild. 
Mi§paras,-o, sm. ecd. vespers; evening 

service. 
Miiparinis,/-ne, adj. of vespers. Mupa- 

rines maldos, vespers. 
MiSrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rio|i, adj. 

mixed; confused; confounded; dis- 
orderly; tumultuous. | —rial, adv. 

mixedly; confusedly. | — rumas, sm. 

mixedness; confusedness. 
Mitalas, Mitas,-o, sm. feed; fodder; prov- 
ender. 
Mytas,-o, sm. myth; fable. 
Mitybos,-q, sf. pi. nursing; feeding \[pri- 

i?nt% svetimy gyvuU%\ agistment. 
Mitintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to feed; to 

keep; to foster; to agist. 
MytiSkas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

mythical. 1— kai, adv. mythically. 
Mytologas,-o, sm. mythologist. 
Mytologi|a,-os, sf. mythology. 
Mytologi$kas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 

adj. mythological. |— kai, adv. myth- 

ologically. 
Mitriai, adv. dexterously; cleverly; 

adroitly. 
Mitrinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to train; 

to exercise; to drill. 
Mitrus,/.-ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rio|i,arf/. well 

trained; dexterous; clever; adroit; 

ready; ready-witted. | —rumas, sm. 

dexterousness jadroitness ; cleverness. 



Mokinti 



Mitulys,-io, sm. a foal one year old. 

Mizaklis,-io, sm. penis. 

Mizalai,-ij, sm. pi. piss; urine. 

Mizalius,/.-le, s. piss-a-bed ; pisser. 

Mizalpuodis,-dzio, sm. urinal; pot. 

Mizas,-o, sm. urinary organ of male: 
penis. 

Mize,-es, sf. urinary organ of female. 

Mizne,-es, */. kind of red plum. 

Myzti (mezu, myzau, mysiu), v. n. to 
piss; to urinate. 

Mo5eka,-os, sf. stepmother. = PamotE. 

Mo5ekinis,/.-ne, Mocekiskas,/ -ka, defin. 
-kasis,/. -koji, adj. of a stepmother; 
stepmother-like. |— kai, adv. in the 
manner of a stepmother. 

Mocekvaikiai,-iy, sm. pi. stepchildren. 

Mo6ia,-6ios, sf. (vulg.) mother. 

Mo5iuto,-es, sf. dim. little mother; dear 
mother. 

Modelis,-ro, sm. model. 

Modeliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau, -liuosiu), v. 
a.n. to model. 

Mogliai,-iq,*m.p/. mangle; rolling press. 

Mogliuoti (-liuoju, -liavau.-liuosiu), v.a. 
to mangle. 

Mo|avimas,-o, sm. brandishing. 

Mojimas, -0, sm. beckoning; becking; 
winking. 

Mojis,-io,«m. wink; beckoning;^, hint. 

Mojuoti (-juoju,-javau,-juosiu), v.afrq. 
to brandish; to flourish; to wave. 

Mokejimas,-o, sm. paying; payment. 2. 
management; knowing; skill in act 
ing. 

Mokesnis,-io,«m. payment. 

Mokestis,-ies, sf. payment; pay; pi. tax: 
duty; impost; tribute. 

Moketi (-ku,-kgjau,-kesiu), v.a. to pay; 
2. to know; to understand; to have 
skill in. Pa&iuresiu kq, vioki, let me 
try your skill; let me see what you 
know. Kaip moku, teip sokv, {prov.), 
I'm doing my best. 

Mokykla,-os, sf. school. 

Mokymas, Mokinimas,-o, sm. teaching. 

Mokinys,-io, sm. disciple; schoolboy. 

Mokintas, Mokytas,/.-ta, defin.-to&lsj. -to- 
ll, prt. learned. |— tai, adv. learnedly. 

Mokinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), Mokyti (-kau, 
-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to teach; to in- 
struct.!— s, v.rfl. to learn; to study; 
— amato f to learn a trade. 



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Mokintinis, Mokytinis,/-ne, *. pupil;dis- 
ciple; scholar; [amato] apprentice. 

Mokintoias, Mokytojas,/. -|a, *. teacher; 
instructor; preceptor; master; /. 
preceptress; mistress. 

Mokintuve, MokytuvMs, sf. school. 

Mokolas,-o, sm. brush; pencil. 

Mokoluoti (-luoju,-lavau, -luosiu), v. a. 
to do with the brush or pencil. 

Mokslaeivis, /• -ve, *. scholar; pupil; 
schoolboy; (augit. mokykl) student. 

Mok8laine,^s,^. school. 

Mokslas,-o, ^science; knowledge; doc- 
trine. 

Mokslavyris,-iO, sm. man of science; sci- 
entist. 

Moksleivis, see Mokslaeivis. 

Mokslindius,-iaus, * w - = Mokslininkas. 

Mokslingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. learned; erudite. | -gai, adv. 
learnedly. 

Mokslingumas,-o, sm. learnedness. 

Mokslinyiia,-ios, sf. school; academy; 
institute. 

Mokslininkas,/. -ki, *• scientist. 

MoksliniS,/.-ne, adj.scientific; didactic. 

Moksliskas J.-ka, de/?7i.-kasis,/.-ko|i, adj. 
scientific; scientiflcal. | — kai, adv. 
scientifically. 

Mokslumas,-O,*wdocility;|learnedness. 

Mokslus,/-H, defin. -lusis,/ -lioji, adj. 

docible; docile;| learned. 
Mokti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v. a. to learn; 

to gain knowledge. 
Molbedis,-dzio, sm. clay pit. 
Moldavi|a,-os,*/. Moldavia. 
Moletas, = Moliuotas. 
Molinas,/.-na, defin. -nasis,/. -noji, adj. 

clayed; covered with clay; clay col- 
ored. 
Molyne,-es, sf. clay-ground; clay-land; 

clay -pit. 
Molingas,/-ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, <*<*/. 

clayey ; abounding with clay ; loamy. 
Molinis, f< -ne, adj. of clay; clayey; 

loamy. 
Molis,-io,«w. clay; loam; Molio Motie- 

jus, jack; dolt; jackass. 
Moliugas,-o, sm. bot. pumpkin; gourd. 

veter. closh; founder. 

Holiuotas,/.-ta;deJi/i.-tasis,/. • t °l | » ad J- 
besmeared with clay ; clayey. 

Moliuoti(-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v. a. 
to clay ; to cover with clay. 



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Moliuskas,-0, sm. tool, mollusca; mol- 

lusk. 
Molkasis,-io, sm. clay digger. 
MolkastIs,-s6io, sm. clay-pit. 
Molzemis,-io, sm. clayey earth; loam. 
Momelis,-io v sm. anat. uvula. 
Momenis,-io, sm. = Momuo. 
Momentaliskas,/.-ka, defin. .kasis,/. -kojl, 
adj. momentary. |— kai, adv. moment- 
ly; in a moment. 
Momentas,-o, sm. moment. 
Momuo,-mens y sm. anat. crown of the 

head; top; vertex. 
Monai,-^, sm. pi delusion; illusion; de- 
ceit; jugglery. 
Monarchi|a,-os, */. monarchy. 
Monarchists,/ -te,«. monarchist. 
Honarchistiikas,/-ka,de/iw.-kasis,/-koii, 

adj. monarchic; monarchical. 
Monarch izmas,-o, sm. monarchism. 
Monelninkas,/-ke, *. deceiver; impos- • 

tor. 
Mongolas,/. -le, s. Mongol; native of 

Mongolia. 
Mongoli|a,-os, sf. Mongolia. 
Mongoliskas,/. -ka, defin. .kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. Mongolian. 
Monininkas,/-ke, s. deceiver; magician; 

juggler. 
Monyti (-niju, -nijau, -nysiu), v. a. to 

juggle; to deceive. 
Monogami)a,-os, sf. monogamy. 
Monografi|a,-os, sf. monography. 
Monopolija,-os, «/, Monopolius, -iaus, sm. 

monopoly. 
Monopolizuoti(-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu), 

v. a. to monopolize. 
Monotoni|a,-os, sf. monotony. 
Monotoniskas,/-ka, adj. monotonous. | 

— kai, adv. monotonously. 
Monstranci|a,-os, sf. monstrance. 
Morai,-^, sm. pL bier. 
Mofalybe,-es, */. morality. 
Moralistas,/-te, *. moralist. 
Moraliskas,/-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

moral. ||-kai, adv. morally. 
Moraliskumas,-o, sm. morality. 
Moras, -o, sm. bot. mulberry tree. 
Morka,-os, sf. hot. carrot. Daucus caro- 

ta. 
Mostelejimas, Mostere|imas,-o, sm. wink: 

winking. 
Mosteleti, Mostereti (-riu,-rejau, -resiu), 
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Muitininkas 



Mostinis,/.-ne, adj. of salve. 
Mostis,-ies, sf salve ; ointment ; u nguent ; 

[kortti] suit. 
Mostyti (-stiju, -sti;au, -stysiu), v. a. to 

salve; to anoint. 
Moia,-os, sf. husband's sister; sister-in- 

-law. 
Motai,-ij, *m. pi. regard; attention of 

the mind; notion. Man tainemotais, 

I care not a straw for it; it never 

comes (or came) into my mind. 
Mote,-ters, sf. woman; hot. pistil. 
Moteriauti (-riauju,-riavau, -riausiu), v. 

n. to dangle about woman. 
Moterybe,-es, */. = MoterystE. 
Moteris,-ies, sf. woman; | wife. 
Moteryste,-es, sf. matrimony; wifehood; 

(womanhood. 
Moteriskas,/.-ka, <fej?n.-kasis,/.-ko|i, adj. 
t womanish; womanlike; womanly. | 

— kai, adv. womanly; in the manner 

of a woman. 
Moteriike,-es, sf. woman; female. 
Moteriskumas, -o, sm. womanliness; 

womanhood. 
Moterius,-iaus, sm. dangler. 
MoteruSke, = MoterzolE. 
Moterzole, -as, sf. hot. mugwort; wild 

wormwood; white-head. Partheni- 

um hysterophorum. 
Moti (moju, -jau, mosiu). v.a. to wink; 

to give (or make) a sign; to wave; to 

beckon. 
Motiejukai, -q, sm. pi fox- tail grass; 

meadow fox-tail. Alopecurus pra- 

tensis. 
Motiejus,-aus, sm. Matthew. 
Motina,-os, dim. -nele, sf mother. 
Motinyste, -as, sf. maternity; mother- 
hood. 
Motinlikas,/.-ka, <k/f7i.-kasis,/.-ko|i, adj. 

maternal; motherly. | -kai, adv. mat- 
ernally. 
Motinzudingas f /.-ga, defin. -gasl$,/.-go|i, 

adj. matricidal. 
- Motinzudys,/.-de,«. matricide; murder- 
er of one's mother. 
Motinzudyste,-es, sf. matricide; killing 

of one's mother. 
Motinzudiskas,/.-ka, de/fa.-kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. matricidal. 
Motyvas,-o, sm. motive; reason. 
Photyvuoti (-vuoju,-vavau,-vuosiu), r. a. 

to state the reasons of. 



Mozaika^-os, *f mosaic; mosaic work. 

Mozauny£ia,-ios, */. tar box. 

Mozeris,-io, sm. grainy wood. 

Mozis,-io,*m.smallness; littleness. Mat- 
-mo&is, trifle; bagatelle. 

Mozojimas, -o, sm. smearing; (tulg ) 
scribbling. 

Mozoti (-zoju, -zojau, -zosiu), v. a. to 
smear; to daub; to scrawl; to scrib- 
ble. 

Mozoto|as,/.-Ja f «. smesrer; fig. dauber; 
scribbler. 

Mozuras,/.-re, *. Masovian; inhabitant 
of Masovia;| kind of dance. 

Hozuriikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. Masovian. 

Mudriai, adv. lively; briskly; gayly; 
cheerfully. 

Hudrus,/. -ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rioji, aaj. 
lively; active; nimble; brisk; vivid; 
gay; cheerful. [ -rum as, sm. liveli- 
ness; nimbleness; briskness; cheer- 
fulness. 

Mudu,/.-dvi, dual, we two; both of us. 

Muge,-es, sf. fair; market. 

Muila$,-o, sm. soap. 

Muili|ima$, Muilinimas, -o, sm. soaping, 
lathering;^., — aki%, casting dust 
in one's eyes; fooling; deceiving. 

Huilinat,/.-na, defin.- n*&i%,f. -no|l, adj. 
soapy; covered with soap; lathered. 

Muilinytia,-ios, sf. soap box; soap dish; 
[dirbtuvemuilo], soap boilery; soap- 
house. 

Huilininkas,/.-ke,«. soap boiler; dealer 
in soap. 

Muilinis,/.-ne, adj. of soap; soapy. 

Muilinti (nu,-nau, -nsiu), Muilyti (-liju, 
-lijau,-lysiu), v.a. to soap; to lather; 
fig., — kam akis, to cast dust in 
one's eyes; to fool one; to cheat. |— $, 
v.rfi. to soap oneself. 

Muilius f -iaus, sm. soap boiler; dealer in 
soap. 

Muiluotas,/. -ta, cfc/to.-tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
soaped; soapy; containing soap. 

Muistytis (-staus,-sciaus,-stysiuos), v.rfi. 
to kick about; fig. to resist; to op- 
pose. 

Muitas,-o, sm. tariff; tax; impost; toll. 

Muitiny5ia,-io8, */. custom-house; cus- 
tom-office. 

Muitininkas,/. -ke, *. collector of cus- 
tums; toll-gatherer. 



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Muity$te,-es, rf. affairs concerning the 

tariff or impost. 
Muka,-os, dim.-ke\$ f rf. crucifix. 
Mukdioti, = Mikcioti. 
Mukti (munku, mukau, muksiu), r. n. 

to scale; to come off; fig., — laukan, 

to flee; to run away. 
MuiaM>,«m. mule; hinny. 
Mulda,-os, {f. tray; trough. 
Mulininkas,/.-ke, *. mule driver. 
Mulki$,/.-ke, s. silly fellow; fool; idiot. 
Mulkyst6,-e$, #/. foolishness; absurdity. 
Muikiikas,/.-ka, cfc/f».-kasis,/.-koii, adj. 

silly; foolish. | — kai, adv. foolishly; 

sinfully. 
Multinas,-0, sm. kind of stuff. 
Mulvas,/. -va, defin. -vaais, /. -vo|i, adj 

yellowish; having a clay color. 
Mulvi,-d$, {f. mud; mire; slime. 
Hulvinas,/.-na, defin. -nasis,/. -no|i, adj. 

muddy; miry; slimy. 
Muhrynaa,-o, sm. quagmire. 
Mulvinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a, to mud; 

to cover with mud or slime. 
Mundiera,-os, rf. uniform dress. 
Mundras,/. -ra, defin. -rasis,/. -ro|i, adj. 

[Kr.] brisk; lively; sprightly [Germ. 

Munter] . 
Mundrumas, -0, sm. [Kr.] briskness; 

sprightliness. 
Mundrus, = Mundras. 
Municipali*kas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/.-ko|i, 

adj. municipal. 
Municipalitetas,-o, sm. municipality. 
Muralauzis,-io, sm. wall-breaker; batter- 
ing-ram. 
Muras,-o, *w. stone wall; brick wall. 
Muravone, -es, rf. masonry; walling; 

walls. 
Murdyma$,-o, sm. plunging; immersion. 
Murdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.ajrq. to 

plunge; to immerse; to dip. 
■urgas, -o, sm. phantom; hobgoblin; 

spectre. 
Muri|ima$,-o, sm. walling; bricklaying. 
Hurinas,/. -na, defin. -nasis,/. -noji, adj. 

miry; muddy; dirty. 
Hurininkas,-o, sm. mason; bricklayer. 
Murininkyste>e$ 9 rf. masonry. 
Murinis, /. -ne, adj. built of stone or 

brick; brick... Marine kregzde, orn. 

black-martin. 
Muryti (-riju,-rijau,-rysiu), v. a. to lay 



Muiimas 



bricks; to wall; to build with stone* 
or bricks. 

Murklenti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.n. to mur- 
mur: to mutter. 

Hurmejima$,-o, sm. repining; murmur- 
ing. 

Murmenimas, Murmlenimas.o, *m. mur- 
muring; muttering; [randen*] gur- 
gling; murmuring; rippling: purling. 

Hurmenti, Murmlenti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. 
n. to murmur; to mutter; to ripple; 
to purle. 

Murmeti (-mu,«me\jau, -mesiu), v. a. to 
repine; to murmur; to mutier. 

Murmulas,-o, sm. = M armor as. 

Murmuliavimas, -o, sm. unintelligible 
talk; jabbering; jabber. 

Murmulis,-io, sm. jabberer. 

Murmuliuoti (liuoju,-liavau,-]iuosiu), v. 
a. to speak indistinctly; to jabber; 
to gabble. 

Murza,-os, *m. moorza (prince of Tar- 
tars); | smf. {vulg.) a dirty fellow or 
woman. 

Murzinas,/.-na, adj. soiled; dirty. 

Musai,-ij, sm .pi. mould: mouldiness. 

Muse,-es, dim. -sale, sf. fly. 

Musinas,-o, sm. [Kr.] carrion-fly. 

Musiomiris, -io, sm. hot. fly-agaric. = 

MUBMIRfi. 

Musiskas,/.-ka, defin. .\u&\%,f. -ko|i, adj. 

like our; similar to our own. | — kai, 

adv. after our own manner. 
Musiikis,/.-ke, *. ours. 
Musytl (-siju, -sijau, -sysiu), v. n. to 

mould; to grow mouldy. 
Muskulas 9 -o v sm. muscle. 
Muslinas,-o, sm. muslin. 
Muslininis,/.-ne, adj. muslin... 
Musmire,-es, rf. bot. fly-agaric. Agari- 

cus muscarius. 
Musij, pron. our. 
Musulas,-o, sm. insect; fly. 
Musuotas,/. -la, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj, 

overgrown with mould. 
Musuoti (-suoju,-savau,-suosiu), v.n. to 

mould; to grow mouldy. 
MuS5ioke,-e$, sf. churn. 
MuSdinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to let one 

beat. 
Museika,-os, smf. brigand; bandit. 
Mu4ejas,/-)a, s. beater; striker. 
Muiimas,-o, sm. beating; striking. Sir- 



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Naikinti 



dies — , palpitation of the heart ; put- 
so — , pulsation. 
Musinejimas,-o, am. continued beating 

or striking. 
Musineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v. a. frq. 

to beat or strike leisurely. 
Musininkas,-o, sm. bat; racket. 
Musis,- i<Mm. beat; stroke; | battle; fight. 
Muskieta,-os, sf. gun; musket. 
Muskietininkas,-o, sm. musketeer. 
Musiaukis,-io, sm. battlefield. 
Mustas,-o, sm. [kort%\ trick. 
Mustereti(-riu,-rejau,-resiu), v. a. inst. 

to strike or knock slightly. 
Musti (-su,-siau,-siu), v. a. to beat; to 

strike; to hit; — pinigus, to coin 

money, j— 8, v.rfl. to beat each other; 

| to battle; to fight. 
Mustinas,/. -na, adj. deserving to be 

beaten. 
Mustyne, usually in the pi. Musty nes, -iq, 

sf. fight. 
Mustinis,-io, sm. stamped thaler; also 

stamped rouble. 
Mustras,-0, sm. (mitit.) exercise; drill; 

training. 
Mustravimas,-o, sm. drilling; training; 

military exercise. 
Mustravoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v. a. 

to drill; to exercise; — kariaunq, to 

train soldiers. 
Mustuvai,-q, sm. pi. reed box; sley case. 
Mustuve,-es, sf. churn. 
Mutere,-es, sf. nut; socket. 
Mutinys,-io,*m. a dish of bread crumbled 

in water and sweetened. 
Muturas,-o, sm. hood; head dress for fe- 
male; turban. 
Muzejus,-jaus, sm. museum. 
Muzika,-os, */. music. 
Muzikaiinls,/.-ne, adj. musical. 
Muzikaliskas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|I, 

adj. musical. |-kai,ad». musically.l 

— kumas, tfft. musicalness. 
Muzikantas,-o, sm. musician. 
Muzikas,/.-ke, *. peasant. 
Muzikyste>es, */. the state or condition 

of a peasant; |rusticalness. 
Muzikiskas,/.-ka, ^</ln.-kasis,/.-ko|i, adj. 

musical. 
Muzikiskas,/.-ka,<fc/n. -kasis,/. -ko\\,adj. 

peasant-like; rustic; boorish. | — kai. 

adv. rustically; boorishly. 



Muzikuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v.n. 
to play on a musical instrument. 



N 



Na, Na-gi, interj. now! well! come! get 
on! get up! go! (expletive) now; well. 
JVa, eikime, now, let us go. Na-gi, 
tebuk ir teip, well, let it be so. 

Nabagas,/. «ge, dim. -gelis, *. miserable 
creature; poor fellow or woman. 

Nabagyste,-es, sf miserableness; poor- 
ness. 

Nabasninkas,/.-ke, *• deceased manor 
woman; defunct. 

Naci|a,-os,#/. nation; Naci|onaliskas, /. 
-ka, defin. -kasis, /.-ko|i, adj. national- 

Nadatka,-os, sf bot. lion's tooth. Leon- 
todon taraxacum. 

Nafta,-os, sf. naphtha. 

Naga,-os, <. hoof. 

Nagas,-o, dim. -gelis, sm. nail; [tveries] 
claw ; crapple ; [pauksew] talon ; claw; 
fang. P/.— gal, paws; talons; clutch- 
es, {keno nagus pakUuti t to fall into 
one's clutches; to fall into one's 
hands. 

Nagine,-es, */. kind of sandals worn by 
peasants. 

Naginetas, Naginiuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis, 
/.-to|i, aa J' snod witn sandals. 

Nagingas,/. -ga, rf^n.-gasi8,/-go|i,ad/. 
having nails; having claws or talons; 
fig. skillful in using one's hands; 
handy; adroit. (— gai, adv. handily. 1 
— gumas, sm. handmess; adroitness. 
. Nagrine|imas,-o,JWi. walking about with 
bowed head; [— bylos] judicial ex- 
amination; trial. 

Nagrineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v. n. to 
walk about with bowed head.| v. a. 
to search; to investigate; to exam- 
ine; [— bylq] to investigate; to try. 

Naguotas,/-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i v prf. 
clawed; furnished with nails or tal- 
ons. 

Naikinimas, -0, sm. destroying; extin- 
guishing; blotting out; nullification; 
canceling. 

Naikinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to waste: 
to destroy; to extinguish; to annul; 
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Naikintojas 197 

Naikintojas, /. -Ja, *. destroyer; extin- 
guisher. 

Naikus,/.-kl, defin. -kusis,/. -kioji, adj. 
perishable; destructible. 

Nayviskas,/.-ka, adj. naive; artless. 

Naktauti (-tauju,-tavau,-tausiu), v.n. to 
pass the night; to lodge at night. 

Naktavidis,-dzio, sm. midnight. 

Naktaiiede,-es, sf. hot. eatchfly; cam- 
pion. Silene noctiflora. 

Naktibalda,-o$, smf. night walker. 

Naktigone,-es, #/. night-watch (tending 
horses at night). 

Naktigoni$,/.-ne,#. night-watcher (one 
who tends horses at night). 

Naktigulte,-as, #/. night's lodging; lodg- 
ing at night. 

Naktikovis, -io, sm. orn. night-raven; 
night-heron; | night-walker; night- 
-robber. 

Naktinycia,-ios, sf. nightmare; nightvis- 
ion, spectre; hot. Damask violet; 
dame's rocket; dame's violet. Hes- 
peris matronalis; bot. allheal. Pru- 
nella vulgaris. 

Naktininkas,/.-ke, s. night-watcher. 

Naktinis,/.-ne, adj. nightly; of a night. 

Naktipie5iai,-iij, sm. pi. night-meal; eat- 
ing at night. 

Naktipuodis,-dzio, sm. night pot; cham- 
ber pot. 

Naktis, -ies, dim. -tele, sf. night. 

Naktsargis, /. -ge, *. night-watcher; 
night-watchman. 

Nakvinas,/.-na, adj. lodging at night; 
kur-nors nakvinas pasiUkti, to lodge 
at night somewhere. 

Nakvyne,-as,*/. lodging at night; night- 
quarters. 

Nakvo)imas,-o, sm. lodging at night. 

Nakvoti (-voju,-vojau, -vosiu), v. n. to 
lodge at night: to pass the night. 

Namai, -q, dim. -meliai, sm. pi. house; 
building; residence; dwelling; domi- 
cile; home. 

Namangis,-io, sm. entrance halj; vesti- 
bule. 

Namas, = Namai: 1 cow house. 

Namle, adv. at home; in a house. 

NamykStis,/.-te, s. household; domestic. 

Namininkat,/.-ke, *. owner of a house. 

Naminis, /. «ne, adj. domestic; house- 
hold. 



Narsa 



Namiseda,-os, smf. a stay-at-home. 
Namyste, -cs, sf. housekeeping; house- 
hold; domestic concerns. 
Namiskis,/.-ke, 0. inmate of a house; 

lodger; member of a family. 
Namo, Namole, adv. home; homewards; 

eiti namole, namo, to go home. 
Namonlink, =■ Namijlink. 
Namstatis,-6io, sm. builder; architect. 
Namstatyste, -es, sf. the art of building; 

architecture. 
NamuUnk, adv. homewards; towards 

home. 
Namuosna, adv. at home. 
Namuotf (-muoju, -mavau, -muosiu), v. 

n. to stay at home; to live; to dwell. 
Namuzis,-io*,*m./<iw. house; home; dom- 
icile. 
Naras,-o, sm. diver; plunger; orn. diver; 

goosander; [nary*] joint. 
Naravarpis,-io, sm\ diving bell. 
Naravas,-o, sm. stubborness; obstinacy. 
Naravingas,/ -ga, defin . -gasls,/. -goji, adj. 

stubborn; obstinate. 
Naravytis (-vijuos, -vijaus, -vysiuos), v. 

rfl. to become stubborn or obstinate. 
Narciza,-os, sf. bot. narcissus; daffodil. 
Nardymas,-o, sm. ducking; submersion; 

immersion. 
Nardyti (-dau, -d£iau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

duck; to dive; to plunge. | — s, v.rfl. 

to duck; to dive; to dip. 
Narglyti (-gliju,-glijau,-glysiu), v. a. n. 

(rulg.) to do; to bungle. 
Nary5ia,-ios, sf. swelling; tumor (among 

cattle); bot. arrow-grass. Triglochin. 
" Narinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to noose; 

to tie in a noose. 
"Narys,-io, sm. joint; articulation ;[drau- 

gyo«] member; [ret&yje]link;[kilpa] 

loop; knot. 
Nariuotas,/.-ta, efe/m. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

articulated; jointed; membered; 

linked. 
Narkotiiias,-o, sm. narcotine. 
Narkotiskas,/.-ka,d€/fn..ka8i8 J /..koii,a<& , . 

narcotic. 
Naroms, adv., — plaukti, to swim un- 
der water; to duck. 
Narpu&yti (-£iju, -fijau, -cysiu), v. n. 

(colloq.) to take pains; to drudge. 
Narsa, -OS, sf. prowess: valor; courage; 

daringness; audacity. 



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Narslai 

Narsiai, adv. boldly; intrepidly; auda- 
ciously. 

Narsybe,-es, sf. prowess; valor; bravery; 
courage; intrepidity. 

Narsingas,/. -ga, <te/m.-gasis,/.-goji, adj. 
valorous; bold; daring; intrepid; au- 
dacious. | — gal, adv. valorously; au- 
daciously. 

Narsingumas,-o, sm. valorousness; auda- 
ciousness; intrepidity. 

Narslnti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to encour- 
age; to incite; to make one bold, au- 
dacious. 

Narstyti (-stau.-sc'iau.-stysiu), v.ajrq. to 
noose; to knit; to knot. 

Narsumas,-o, sm. audaciousness ; intre- 
pidity; bravery. 

Narsuoliu8,-iaus, sm. brave man; brave; 
fig. bully. 

Narsus,/. -si, defin. -susis,/. -sio|i, adj. 
audacious, bold, courageous, intrep- 
id, daring; brave; valorous. 

NarSas, = Nakstas. 

Nariinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), ,v.a. to anger; 
to provoke. 

NarStas,-o, sm. spawning time;|anger; 
madness. 

NarSti (-Sciu,-§iau,-siu), v.n., — s, v. rfl. 
to spawn; I to be angry; to be mad. 

Narsus,/. -Si, defin. -susis,/. -Sio|i, adj. au- 
dacious; bold; I mad; furious; rage- 
ful. 

Nartis,-$io, sm. joint; connection; pi. 
joggles; dovetail. 

Narunas,-o, sm. diver; plunger; orn. 
goosander; merganser. 

Narva,-os, sf. queen bee's cell. 

Nasrai,-i|, stn. pi. mouth \\iveries] jaws. 

Nastarnas,-o, sm. hot. starwort. Aster. 

Nasturka,-os, sf. bot. Indian cress. Nas- 
turtium. 

NaS5iai,-iij, sm. pi litter; colstaff; cowl- 
staff. 

NaSykle,-es, sf. litter; vehicle; palan- 
quin. 

NaSlaite,-es, dim. -tele. sf. orphan girl; 
bot. heart's-easy ; pansy. Viola tri- 
color. 

NaSlaitis,-6Io, sm. orphan. 

NaSlaityste,-es, «/. orphanage; orphan- 
ism. 

NaSie,-es, sf. widow. 

Nasliauti (-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu), v.n. 
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NaSlybe, = NaSlystE. 

NaSlys,-io, sm. widower. 

NaSlyste,-es, sf. widowhood. 

NaSlute,-es, sf. bot. heart's-easy; pansy. 
Viola tricolor; — laukine, dog vio- 
let. Viola canina. 

NaSta,-os, sf. burden; load. 

NaStis,-S6io, sm. colstaff. 

Na§tneSys,/.-se, s. burden-carrier; load- 
-carrier. 

NaSumas,-o, sm. fruitfulness; fertility; 
productiveness. 

NaSus,/. -Si, defin. -Susis,/. -Sio|i, adj. 
fruitful; productive; fertile. 

Nata,-os, sf. mus. note; tune; air; pi. 
notes; music-book. 

Natura,-os, */. nature;^, temper; dis- 
position ; character. 

Naturalistas,-o, sm. naturalist; natural 
philosopher. 

NaturaliSkas,/.-ka, adj. natural. 

Nauda,-os, sf. use; profit; advantage; 
benefit,^ interest. 

Naudingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, adj. 
useful; profitable. 

Naudingumas,-o, sm. usefulness; profit- 
ableness; utility. 

Naudininkas,-o, sm. gram, dative case. 

Naudoti (-doju,-dojau,-dosiu), v. a., — s, 
v.rfl. to gain; to obtain; to win; to 
profit; to earn; to advantage;) to use; 
to employ. 

Nauge,-es, «/. ore; mineral. 

Nauginis,/.-ne, adj. of ore; mineral. 

Naujagadynis,/-ne, adj. modern. 

Naujagadyniskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. 
•koji, adj. modern. 

Naujai, adv. newly. 

NaujakrikStis,-£io, sm. a man newly bap- 
tized; neophyte. 

Nau|alaikis,-io, sm. new time. |— ,/. -ke, 
adj. modern. 

Naujaiaukis,-io, sm. new land. 

Naujamadis,/.-de, atf/. new fashioned; 
fashionable. 

Naujametis, -6io, sm. New Year; new 
time. 

Naujamiestis, -Sio, sm. new city; new 
town. 

Nau|anybi,-es, sf. newness; novelty; in- 
novation. 

Naujas/.-ia, defin. -\*s\s,f.-\o\\, adj. new. 

Naujasvietis,-£io, sm. new world. 



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Nau|avcdc,-es, */. bride; woman newly 
married. 

Nau|avedi5,-diio, sm. bridegroom ; a man 
newly married. 

Nau|ybe,-es, sf. newness; novelty; novi- 
iy. 

Naujiena,-os, #/. news; piece of news; 
something new; novelty. 

Nati|ikas,-o, sm. novice; new beginner; 
tyro; novitiate. 

Nau|ikaulis,-io, aw.buni on ;bony growth; 
bony tumor; exostosis. 

Naujyna, = Naujiena. 

Naujinimas,-o, sm. renovation; renewal; 
renewing ; | iitnovation. 

Nau|ininkas,/.-kc, $. occupier of a new 
house; new tenant; | innovator. 

Naujinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to make 
new again; to renew ;| to innovate. 

Naujokas,-o, sm. freshman; novice; no- 
vitiate;! colonist. 

Naujokas,/. -ka, adj. somewhat new; 
pretty new. 

Nau|okyni,-es, sf. new settlement; col- 

- ony. 

Nau|orkas,-o, sm. New York. 

Naujutelis, Naujuteiytis,/.-te, adj. brand- 
-new; span-new. 

Nau|ut-nau|as, adj. brand-new. 

Naukelis,-io, sm. new road or way. 

Maumlestis,-s5io^w. new city; new town. 

Nauseda,-os, smf. = NausEdis. 

<4laiisedi|a,-o$, sf. new settlement; col- 
ony. 

Nausedis,-dzie, sm. new settler; occupi- 
er of a new house ;| new settlement. 

Navatnas,/.-na, adj. strange; curious; 
singular; peculiar; odd. 
• Navatnumas,-o, sm. singularity ; oddity ; 
strangeness. 

Navikaulis, = Naujikauus. 

Nazarenietis,-£io, sm. Nazarene; Naza- 
rean. 

Ne, adv. not; do not; no;| In comp. in , 

im-, dis-, un-. 
He,conj. neither; no; not; nor. Ne . . 
ne, neither . . . nor. Nevienat, no one. 
Nekuk, not a little; not a bit. 
Neabe|otinai, adv. undoubtedly; indu- 
bitably. 
Neaiikiai, adv. not clearly; obscurely; 

dimly; indistincly. 
NeaHUumas,-o, sm. indistinctness; dim- 
ness; obscurity. 



Neaiikus, /. -ki, adj. indistinct; dim; 
dark; [ratios] illegible; undeciph- 
eraole. 
Neap£iuopiamas,/.-ma, adj. impalpable; 

intangible. 
Neapdirbtas,/.-ta,a<#. unfinished; [lav- 
has] untilled; uncultivated. 

Ntapeiiytiiias,/.-na,<fc/?n. -nas!$,/. -no|i, 
adj. illimitable; boundless. 

Neapeinamas,/.-ma, adj. imposible to 
be walked around; vast; fig. inevita- 
ble. 

Neapaalimas, / -ma, adj. insurmount- 
able; insuperable; invincible. 

Ntapgyventas,/. -ta, adj. uninhabited; 
untenanted. 

Ntapglebiamas,/. -ma, adj. incompre- 
hensible; immense; vast. 

Neapykanla,-os, sf. hate ; hatred ; odium ; 
dislike; disinclination; aversion; re- 
luctance; intolerance. 

Neapimamas,/. -ma, aa>*. immense; vast; 
uncomprehensible. 

Neapipiaustymas,-o,*m. unciroumcision. 

Neapipiaustytas, /. -ta, adj. uncircum- 
cised. 

Heapkaino)amas,/.-ma, adj. inestimable; 
inappreciable. 

Neapkanta, -os, */. hate; hatred; aver- 
sion; intolerance. 

Neapkantu$,/.-ti,a#. spiteful; disliking; 
hateful; odious. 

Neapkentiamas,/.-ma, adj. hateful; odi- 
ous. 

Neapkentimas, -o, sm. hating; dislike; 
disinclination; aversion. 

Neapkesti (-kenciu,-kenciau, -kesiu), t. 
a. to hate; to dislike; to regard with 
aversion. 

Neapmastytas, /. -la, adj. i nconsiderate ; 
careless. 

Neapmatomas,/.-ma,ad/\ immeasurable 
to the eye; immense. 

Neapmatuojamas, /. -ma, adj. i m m easu r- 
able; unfathomable; immense. 

Neaprasomas,/.-ma, adj. indescribable; 
inexpressible. 

Neapregiamas,/. -ma, adj. = Neapma- 

TOMA8. 

Neapreptas,/.-ta, adj. unbounded; un- 
limited. 

Neapribo|amas,/. -ma, adj. unlimitable; 
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Neaprokuojamas, /. -ma, adj. incalcu- 
lable; innumerable. 

Neaprubeziuotas,/.-ta, adj. unbounded; 
boundless; unlimited. 

Neapsakomas,/.-ma, adj. inexpressible; 
ineffable. 

Neapsimisiijimas, -o, sm. thoughtless- 
ness; heedlessness; carelessness. 

Neapsitaselis, /. -Ie, s. rude; impolite 
person; rustic. 

Neapsiziurejimas,-o, sm. incautiousness; 
unwariness. 

Neapskaitomas,/.-ma, adj. innumerable; 
numberless; incalculable. 

Neapftviestas,/.-ta, adj. unlighted; un- 
enlightened. 

Neaptaiytas, /. -ta, adj. unhewn; un- 

, squared ;fig. unpolished ; unmanner- 
ed; unmannerly; rude; uncivil. 

Neapveikiamas,/.-ma, adj. insurmount- 
able; invincible. 

Neapveizda,-os, sf. improvidence. 

Neapveizdus,/.-dl, defin. -dusis,/. -dzioji, 
adj. improvident. 

Neatbutinas,/. -na, adj. indispensable; 
requisite; absolutely necessary. | 
— n*\ f adv. indispensably. 

Neatbutinumas,-o,*m. indispensableness; 
necessity; need. 

Neatida,-os, */. inattention; heedless- 
ness; neglect. 

Neatideiiojamas,/. -ma, adj. not to be 
postponed or delayed. 

Neatidetinas,/. -na, adj. not to be defer- 
red; not to be postponed. 

Neatidus,/. -di, adj. inattentive; care- 
less; heedless; negligent; regardless. 

Neatitaisomas,/. -ma, adj. irreparable; 
ineffaceable. 

Neatjauftiamas,/. -ma, adj. imperceptible; 
unperceivable. 

Neatjauftiantis, /. -ti, adj. unfeeling; 
senseless. 

Neatmainingas,/. -ga, adj. unalterable; 
unchangeable; invariable. 

Neatmainingumas, -o, sm. immutable- 
ness; unchangeableness; immutabil- 
ity. 

Neatmainomas,/.-ma, adj. immutable; 
unchangeable; invariable; unalter- 
able. 

Neatsakantis,/.-ti, adj. unsuitable; un- 
proportionate; irresponsible, 



Nedakepti 

Neatsakomas, /. -ma, adj. unsuitable ; 
unfit; irresponsible. 

Neatsarguma$,-o, sm. inadvertence; in- 
attention; carelessness: negligence. 

Neatsargus,/. -gi, adj. careless; negli- 
gent; inadvertent. 

Neat$iekiamas,/.-ma, adj. unattainable; 
inaccessible. 

Neatskiriamas,/. -ma, adj. inseparable. 

Neballumas, -o, sm. fearlessness; intre- 
pidity. 

Nebailus,/.-li, adj. fearless; dauntless; 
undaunted: intrepid. 

Nebaime,-es, sf. fearlessness; intrepidi- 
ty. 

Nebartinas, /. -na, adj. unblameable; 
blameless; unobjectionable. 

Nebent, adv. except that; save that. 

Nebera, adv. there is no more. 

Nebereikalo, not without any need; not 
without any reason. 

Nebetkas, not anybody;^, one of im- 
portance. 

NebylysJ*.-le, *. mute. 

Nebojeiis,/.-le, s. careless man or wom- 
an ; neglecter. 

Nebo|imas,-o, sm. carelessness; negli- 
gence. 

Neboti (-boju, -bojau, -bosiu), v. a. to 
neglect; not to care. 

Nebuitis,-ies, sf. nonentity; tale; story; 
fiction. 

Nebutas,/.-ta, adj. not existing; inex- 
istent. 

Nebutybe,-es, sf. nonexistence; nonenti- 
ty;! absence. 

Nebuvelis, /. -Ie, s. an unprecedented 
one;|stranger. 

Nebuvimas, -o, sm. nonexistence; ab- 
sence. 

Ne6ius,/.-ce, s. deaf and dumb. 

Nedaauges,/.-gua4, pit. not full grown; 
under age; unttedged. 

Nedaaugti (-gu,-guu,-gsiu), v.n. to grow 
insufficiently. 

Nedabrgsti (-brgstu, -brendau, -brgsiu), 
v.n. to be unripe. 

Nedagirsti (-dziu,-girdau,-£irsiu),t\n. to 
be hard of hearing; to be a little 
deaf. 

Nedakepti (-pu,-piau,-psiu), v.a. not to 
bake enough. \v.n. not to be baked 
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Nedaklausyti 



Nedaklausyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.n. not 
to hear out. 

Nedaleistinas,/ -na, adj. unallowable. 

Nedaiybyste,-es, sf. indivisibility; indi- 
visibleness. 

Nedalinan)as,/.-ma, adj. indivisible. 

Nedalugas,-o, sm. [Bs.] good for noth- 
ing fellow. [Pol. NiBDOigGA, cripple; 
silly person]. 

Nedamatyti (-tau,-£iau, -tysiu), r. a. n. 
not to see clearly. 

Nedarokuoti (kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. 
a. to reckon short; to find a deficit 
in an account. 

Nedasirpti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu), v.n. to be 
unripe, immature. 

Nedasverti (-riu -riau,-rsiu), v.n. to be 
short in weight, [v. a. to give short 
weight. 

Nedateklius, -iaus, sm. deficit; deficien- 
cy; want; lack. 

Nedatekti (-tenku,-tekau,-teksiu), v. n. 
to be wanting: to be lacking; to be 
in want of; to be short of. 

Nedaug, adv. not much; not giany; 
little. 

Nedaugis,-io, sm. not many; not much; 
few. 

Nedavirti (-verdu,-viriau,-virsiu), v. a. 
to boil insufficiently, [v. n. to be not 
boiled enough. 

Nedaziureti (-riu,-rgjau,-r6siu), v.n. not 
to see clearly; | not to pay strict at- 
tention to. 

Nedeguolis, = NuodEgulis. 

Nedekingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. ungrateful; unthankful. |— gai, 
adv. ungratefully; unthankful ly. 

Nedekingybe,-es, sf , Nedekingumas,-o, sm. 
unthankfulness; ingratitude. 

Nedeldieninis,/.-ne, adj. of Sunday. 

Nedeldienis,-io, *ro. Sunday. 

Nedelia,-ios, sf. week;| Sunday. 

NedeHnis,/.-ne, adj. weekly. Nedeline 
mokestis, weekly pay, weekly pay- 
ment. NedehnU XaikraUix, weekly 
paper; weekly gazette. 

Nedeiraitis,-6io, sm. weekly; newspa- 
per; weekly journal. 

Nedenis,/.-ne, adj. unhappy; fatal; dis- 
astrous; unfortunate. 

Nederybe,-es, sf. un worthiness; worth- 
lessness; indignity. 



201 Negalingas 

Nederme,-es, sf. bad harvest ; bad crop- 

Nedetka,-os, sf hot. lion's tooth; dande- 
lion. 

Nedidelis,/.-le, adj. not large; not big; 
small; little. 

Nedoras,/. -ra, defin. -rasis,/. -roM, adj 
villainous; wicked; vile. | — rai, adv. 
villainously; basely. 

Nedorauti (-rauju,-ravau,-rausiu),c.n. to 
do mischief; to act roguishly; to 
rage. 

Nedorelis,/. -le, s. villainous man or 
woman; wretch. 

Nedorybe,-es, sf., Nedorumas,-o, sm' vil- 
lainy; wickedness; wretchedness; 
depravity. 

Nedorus,/.-ri, adj. = Nedoras. 

Nedovanotinas,/.-na, adj. unpardonable; 
not to be forgiven. 

Nedrasumas,-0, sm. bashfulness; timid- 
ity. 

Nedrasus,/.-si, defin.*us\*,f -sioji, adj. 
bashful; timid; shy; shamefaced. | 
— Siai 9 adv. bashfully; timidly. 

Nedraugas, /. -ge, s. enemy; fiend. 

Nedraugybe,-es, sf enmity. 

Nedraugingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go)i, 
adj. unfriendly; unsociable. |— gai, 
adv. unfriondly: unsociably.|-gumas, 
sm. unfriendliness; unsociableness. 

Nedraugiftkas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. unfriendly. |— kai, adv. unfriend- 
ly. |— kumas, sm. unfriendliness. 

Neg, = Nkgu. 

Negabumas,-o, sm. inability; unskill- 
fulness. 

Negabus,/.-bi, defin. -busis,/. -bioji, adj. 
unable; incapable; inapt; unskill- 
ful; inexpert. 

Neg ale, -es, sf. insalubrity; unsound- 
ness; infirmity; illness; sickness. 

Negaleti (-liu,-le\jau,-lesiu), v. n. to be 
not able; to be unable ;| to be poorly; 
to be sickly. 

Negaletuve,-es, sf [Kr.] infirmary; hos- 
pital. 

Negalimas,/.-ma, adj. impossible. 

Negalineti (-neju,-nejau, -nesiu), Nega- 
iiuoti (-liuoju,-liavau, -liuosiu), v. n. 
dur. to be sickly; to sicken; to be 
weak; to be poorly. 

Negalingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. indisposed; unwell; sickly; 
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Neganft 202 

Negana, adv. not sufficient; not enough. 

Neganda,-os, sf. calamity; misfortune; 
disaster. 

Negarbe,-es, sf. dishonor; disgrace; dis- 
reputation; disrepute. 

Negativas,-o, sm. negative. 

Negativiikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. negative |— kai,</do. negatively. 

Nege,-es, */. icht. lamprey; river lam- 
prey. 

Negebsnus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis,/. -nio|i, adj. 
unable; unfit; inapt. | — numas, sm. 
unableness; unfitness; inaptness. 

Negeidziamas,/.-ma, adj. unwished for; 
undesirable. 

Negeia,-os, sf. deuce; devil. 

Negelke,-es, sf. bot. gilly flower; carna- 
tion. 

Negeras,/.-ra, defin. -rasis,/. -ro|i, adj. 
bad; evil. 

Negerove,-es, sf. calamity; woe; misery. 

Negestantis,/. -ti , defin. -tysis, /. -tiofi, adj. 
unextinguishable. 

Negiliukis,-io, sm. ill luck; mischance; 
misfortune. 

Negirdetas,/.-fta, adj. unheard. 

Negyvas,/.-va, adj. lifeless; dead. 

Negyvybe,-es, sf., Negyvumas,-o, sm. life- 
lessness; inanimity; fig. want of 
spirit; want of life. 

Negoda,-o$, */. infamy; ignominy; dis- 
grace. 

Negrabaila,-o$, smf. awkward, clumsy 
fellow. 

Negrabus,/.-bi, defin. -busts,/, -bioji, adj. 
awkward ; Clumsy ; undexterous; un- 
handy. | — bumas, sm. awkwardness; 
want of dexterity; unhandiness. 

Negras,/.-re, s. negro; colored man or 
woman. 

Negrazus,/.-zi, defin. -zusis,/. -zio|i, adj. 
not nice; not pretty; inelegant; in- 
decent; indecorous. I— ziai, adv. inde- 
cently. 

Negrjztinai, adv. irrecoverably; irre- 
trievably; irreparably. 

Negu, (Neg, Neng), conj. than. Pirmane- 
gu..., ere; before. 

Negut, adv. except that; save that; un- 
less. 

Nei, = Nfi. 

Nei, adv. as if; as if it were; like. 

Nejgyvendinamas,/. -ma, adj. inexecut- 
able; irrealizable. 



Neiirilamas 

Nejkuni|ama$,/.-ma,rt^. impracticable; 
inexecu table; irrealizable. 

NejsUtymiskas,/.-ka, rf^/i -kasis,/-koji, 
adj. unlawful ; illegal. |—kai f <idt>. un- 
lawfully; illegally. 

Neisaiftkinamas,/.-ma, adj. inexplicable; 
unexplainable. 

Neiidirbtas,/.-fta, adj. uncultivated; un- 
tilled:|untanned; undressed. 

Neiigalejimas,-o, sm. inability; impos- 
sibility. 

Neiigaieii (-liu,-lsjau,-lesiu), v. a. n. to 
be not able; to have no power; to be 
powerless. 

Neilgalimas,/.-ma, adj. impossible. 

NeiSgydomas,/.-ma, adj. incurable; in- 
sanable. 

Neiiguldomas,/.-ma,a4?* intransla table; 
unexplainable. 

Neiikalbamas,/.-ma, adj. unspeakable; 
unutterable; ineffable. 

Neiiken6iamas,/.-ma, adj. insufferable; 
intolerable. 

NeiSlaikomas,/. -ma, adj. unbearable; 
insufferable. 

Neiimanelis,/.-le, s. silly man or wom- 
an; fool. 

Neiimanymas, -o, sm. want of under- 
standing, of comprehension; fig. 
senselessness; folly; unwisdom. 

Neiimaninga$,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. irrational; unreasonable; sense- 
less. | — gai, adv. irrationally; sense- 
lessly. 

Neiimanus J*, -ni, defin. -nusis J. -nio|i, adj. 
senseless. = Neismaninoa.8. 

Neismatuo|amas,/ -ma, adj. immeasur- 
able; unfathomable; immense. 

Neiimieruo jamas, /.-ma, adj. immeasur- 
able; immense. 

Neismintingas,/.-ga,<26/f/i. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. unreasonable; inconsiderate; 
imprudent. | — gai, adv, imprudently. 

Neiimintingumas,-o, sm. unreasonable- 
ness; imprudence: indiscretion. 

NeiimintiSr -les sf. unreason; impru- 
dence; indiscretion; irrationality. 

Neiimoke)imas,-o, sm. non-payment. 

Neispasakytas,/. -la, adj. unutterable; 
ineffable. 

Neispildomas,/.-ma, adj. inexecu table. 

Neisrisamas,/.-ma, adj. in solvable; un- 
solvable. 



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Neisrokuolamas 



Neiiroluioiamas,/.-ma, ^.incalculable; 

innumerable. 
Ncissakomas,/.-ma, adj. ineffable; un- 
utterable. 
Neiisemiamas,/.-ma, adj. inexhaustible. 
NeiStikimas,/.-ma, adj. unsure; precari- 
ous; uncertain; suspicious; untrust- 
worthy; disloyal. 
Neistiriamas,/-ma,t/d/\ inscrutable; un- 
searchable; inexplorable. 
Neisvengiamas, Neilvengtinas, /.-na, adj. 

inevitable; unavoidable. 
Neiti [o/Nb-eiti], v.n. not to go. 
Nejtiketinas,/.-na, adj. incredible. 
Nejzeidiiamas,/.-ma, adj. invulnerable. 
Nejau, Ne|augi, adv. is it possible? in- 
deed? 
Nejauslumas,-o, sm. insensibleness; un 

feelingness. 
Ne|auslus,/.-li, defin. -lusis,/. -lioii, adj. 
insensible; imperceptible;^, dull; 
stupid. 
Ne|ausmingas,/-ga, df/fl. -gasis,/. -goji, 

adj. unfeeling; insensible. 
Najauta,-OS, sf. unfeelingness; insensi- 
bility; apathy. 
Ne|iega,-OS, sf. weakness; feebleness; 

debility; im potency. 
Nelieglngas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. powerless; weak; feeble. | — gai, 
adv. weakly. J— guma$,*wi. weakness; 
feebleness. 
Ne|udlnamas,/.-ma, adj. immovable; [— 

turias] real. 
Nejuclomis, adv. in an unfelt, unno- 
ticed manner; stealthily. 
Nekada, adv. at times. Kada-nekada, 

from time to time; now and then. 
Nekada, = Niekada. 
Nekade|as,/.-ia,#. rogue; villain. 
Nekaip, adv. in no way; in no manner. 
Nekalba,-os, */. taciturn; silent man or 

woman. 
Nekaltas,/.-ta,<fc/in. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

innocent. 
Nekaltybe,-es, sf. i nnocence ; innocency ; 

simplicity. 
Nekantrybe,-es, */. impatience. 
Nekantrumas,-o, sm. impatience. 
Nekantrus,/.-ri, de/Sn.-rusis,/ -riofi, adj. 

impatient. |— rial, adv. impatiently 
Nekarta|, adv. many a time. - 
Neklaidingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. infallible; inerrable. 



203 Nelemtas 

Neklaidingumas,-o, sm. infallibility; in- 
fallibleness; inerrableness. 

Neklauzada,-os, smf. disobedient man 
or woman; contumatious person. , 

N ekoftia, = NbkotE. 

Nekoks,/.-kia, pron. certain;! not of 
the best kind or quality; of little 
value: of no importance. 

Nekote,-es, sf. winnowing basket; fan; 
van. 

Nekoti (koju,-kojau, -kosiu), v. a. to 
winnow. 

Nekrikstas,/.-te, *. unbaptized man or 
woman .fig. infidel. 

Nekroiogas,-o, sm. necrology. 

Nekrutumas,-o, sm. immovableness. 

Nekrutus,/.-ti, defin. -tusis,/. -6io|i, adj. 
motionless; immovable. 

Nektaras,-o, sm. nectar. 

Nekurs, Nekuris, /. -ri, adj, some one; 
somebody; certain. 

Nelabas,/.-ba, defin. -basis,/, -boji, adj. 
bad; ill; evil; wicked; malicious. 

Neiabasis,-bo)o, sm. evil one; evil spirit; 
devil. 

Nelabis, /. -be, *. offender; outrager; 
trespasser; villain. 

Nelabyste,-es,^. , Nelabumas,-o, sm. wick- 
edness; crime; malefaction. 

Netaikas,-o,*fti. lack of time. 

Nelaikinis,/.-ne, adj. untimely; unsea- 
sonable. 

Nelaime>es, sf. misfortune; ill luck; 
mischance; disaster; distress; calam- 
ity. 

Nelaimingas,/.-ga,a^'. unlucky; unhap- 
py; unfortunate; disastrous; calam- 
itous; fatal. |— gai, adv. unhappily; 
unfortunately; unluckily. 

Nelaimingumas,-o, sm. unluckiness; un- 
fortunateness. 

Nelaisve,-es, sf. en ptivity ; slavery ; bond- 
age: thralldom;|slave. 

Nelaisvinimas,-o, sm. captivation; sub- 
jugation; subduing. 

Nelaisvinti (-nu, nau,-nsiu), v a. to cap- 
tivate; to subdue; to subjugate; to 
yoke. 

Neiaisvis, / -ve, *. captive; prisoner; 
slave. 

Nelaukiamas, Neiauktinas,/.-na, adj. un- 
expected; unlooked for. 

Ne»emtas,/.-ta,<*e/w. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
evil; bad; wicked; corrupt; perverse; 



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Neliaujamas 

wrong. ) — lai, adv. wickedly : per- 
versely. 
Neliaujamas,/. -ma, adj. incessant; un- 
ceasing; continual. 
Neliautinai,a<fo. unceasingly; incessant- 
ly; continually; perpetually. 
Nelygybe,-es, */. inequality; disparity; 

unevenness. 
Nelyginamas,/.-ma, adj. unevened; un- 
equaled; incomparable. ) — mai, adv. 
not to compare. 
Nelyginamasis laipsnis, (gram.) positive 

degree. 
Neiyginant, not to be compared; not to 

compare. 
Nelygumas,-o, sm. unevenness. 
Nelygus,/.-gi, defin. -quslsj. -gio|i, adj. 
inequal; unequal; uneven; un- 
smooth. 
Nelytetinas,/.-na, adj. inviolable; intan- 
gible. 
Nelytetinumas,-o, sm. inviolability. 
Nemalone,-es, sf. disgrace: disfavor. 
Nemalonus,/.-ni, adj. ungracious; in- 
clement; unfavorable; unkind. 
Nemandagumas,-o, */«. impoliteness; in- 
civility; rudeness. 
Nemandagus,/. -gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gioji, 
adj. impolite; rude; uncivil; un- 
comely; indecent; unbecoming. | 
— giai, adv. impolitely; indecently. 
Nemarybe,-es, sf. immortality. 
Nemarumas,-o, sm. immortality. 
Nemarus,/.-ri, defin. -rusis,/. -rioji, adj. 

immortal. 
Nemastytinai, adv. thoughtlessly; in- 
considerately; imprudently. 
Nematytas,/.-ta, defin.. \*s\%,f. -toji, adj. 

unseen; never seen. 
Nematomas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/.-moji, 

adj. invisible. I— mai, adv. invisibly. 
Nemazas,/.-za, adj. not small; not little; 
big; large. I-zai, adv. not a little; 
largely; much. 
Nemetis,/.-te, *. underaged one; minor. 
Nemiegotasj.-ta,arf/. uuslept; sleepless. 
Nemielasirdingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. 
-go|i, adj. unmerciful; inclement; 
harsh; severe. I— gai, adv. unmerci- 
fully; severely. 
Nemiela$irdingumas,-o, sm. unmerciful- 

ness; cruelty. 
Nemielasirdyste, -e$, */. unmercifulness. | 



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Nenuosekliai 



Nemiga,-os, sf. sleeplessness; insomnia ; 
want of sleep; bot. Aristolochia. N. 
Raganyte, birthwort. Aristolochia 
clematitis. 
Nemites,/.-tusi, prt. fig. being unsuc- 
cessful in one's enterprise. 
Nemunas,-o, sm. Mem el (river). 
Nenauda, -os, sf. disadvantage; loss; 
damage. \smf good for nothing one; 
scamp; scapegrace. 
Nenaudingas,/.-ga,d<?/to. -gasis, /. -goji, 

adj. useless; unprofitable. 
Nenaudiskas, /. -ka, adj. unavailable; 

useless; good for nothing. 
Nendre,-es, sf. bot. reed ; cane. 
Nendrynas,-o, *m. reed-plot; reed-bed. 
Nendrinis,/. -ne, adj. reeden; made of 

reeds; cany. 
Neng, = Negu. 
Nenoras,-o, sm. nolition; unwillingness; 

reluctance. 
Nenoriai, adv. unwillingly. 
Nenukreipiamas,/.-ma, adj. inavertable; 

inevitable. 
Nenumaldomas,/. -ma,ad/. unappeasable. 
Nenuoalsiai, adv. unweariedly. 
Nenuoalsumas, -o, sm. unweariedness; 

indefatigableness. 
Nenuoalsus,/. -si, defin. -susis, /. -sioji, 

adj. unwearied; indefatigable. 
Nenuolankumas,-o, sm. irreverence; dis- 
respect; disesteem; disobedience. 
Nenuolankus,/.-ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kio|i, 
adj. irreverent; disrespectful; dis- 
obedient; unsubmissive. 
Nenuomona,-os, smf. one destitute of 

reason; unintelligent peraon; fool. 
Nenuo pen a, -os, *?/{/*. glutton; insatiable 

eater; gully-gut. 
Nenuorama,-os, smf. impatient man or 

woman; trouble maker; rioter. 
Nenuorimastis,-ies, sf. impatiency; un- 

quietness; uneasiness. 
Nenuosaikumas,-o, sm. im moderateness. 
Nenuosaikus,/.-ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kioji, 
adj. immoderate; unreasonable; in- 
ordinate. 1-kiai, adv. immoderately. 
Nenuoseda, -os, smf fidgety man or 

woman; turbulent person. 
Nenuoseklumas,-o, sm. inconsequence; 

inconcl usi veness. 
Nenuoseklus,/. -li, defin. -lusis, /. -Moil, 
adj. inconsequent; inconclusive. | 
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205 



Nenuovaidzia, -los, sf. [Kr.] weakness; 
im potency. 

Nenuovoka, -os, sf. incomprehension; 
want of understanding. | smf. simple- 
ton; narrowminded one. 

Nenuozvalgumas,-o, sm. want of fore- 
sight. 

Nenuozvalgu*,/.-gi, defin.-q\i$\%,f. -gioji, 
adj. unforeseeing. 

Nenuraminamas, /. -ma, adj. inconsol- 
able; unappeasable; untameable. 

Nenustygti (-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to be 
unable to remain quiet. 

Nenuzvelgiamas,/. -ma, adj. invisible; 
imperceptible. 

Neorganiikas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. inorganic. 

Nepabaigtas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, 
adj. unfinished; incompleted; im- 
perfect:! infinite; endless; perpetual. 

Nepabaigtinas,/.-na, adj. infinite; inter- 
minable; eternal; infinitive. 

Nepabaigtinumas,-o, sm. infiniteness; in- 
finity; infinitude. 

Nepadoriai, adv. indecently ; indelicate- 
ly; basely. 

Nepadorus,/.'-ri, nlr.-ru, adj. indecent; 
indelicate; unbecoming; base; vile; 
mean. 

Nepagada,-os, sf. bad weather; rough 
weather; storm. 

Nepagarba,-os, sf. disrespect; disesteem; 
disregard. 

Nepaisejimas, Nepaisymas,-o, sm. disre- 
gard; inattention; slight. 

Nepaiseti (-seju,-sejau,-sesiu), Nepaisyti 
(-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.a. to disregard; 
to care not: to slight. 

Nepa|iegelis,/.-le, *. weakling; weakly 
person. 

Nepakantrumas,-o, sm. impatience. 

Ncpakantrus./.-ri, defin. -rusis, /. -rioji, 
adj. impatient; not enduring. 

Nepakeliama$,/.-ma,<i<2/. insupportable; 
intolerable; insufferable; heavy. 

Nepaklu$ntimas,-o, sm. disobedience. 

Nepakiusnus,/.-ni, defi n. -nusis, /. -nioji, 
adj. disobedient; disobeying. 

Nepalaima, -os, sf. misfortune; mis- 
chance; disaster; distress; mischief: 
calamity. 

Nepaliau)amas, /. -ma, adj. incessant; 
continual; perpetual. 



Nepasitlkejimas 

na, adj. intangible; 

sf. inviolableness; 
adj. incom par- 
intangible; 



Nepalietiamas,/. -m 

inviolable. 
Nepalieiiamybe, -es, 

inviolability. 

Nepalyginamas, /. -ma, 
able. 

Nepalypstetinas,/. -na, adj 
inviolable. 

Nepalypctetinumas, -o, sm. intangible- 
ness; intangibility; inviolableness. 

Nepalyteta$,/.-ta, adj. untouched. 

Nepalytetina$,/.-na, adj. intangible. 

Nepaiytetinumas,-o, sin. intangibility. 

Nepana$umas,-o,tfft. unlikeness; dissim- 
ilarity; dissimilitude. 

Nepanaius,/.-§i,arf/. unlike; dissimilar. 

Nepaperkamas,/.-ma, adj. unbribable. 

Nepaprastas,/.-ta, adj. uncommon; un- 

. usual; extraordinary; unwonted; 
rare; strange; singular. 

Neparangumas, -o, sm. inertness; slug- 
gishness; awkwardness. 

Neparangus,/. -gi, defin. -gusis, f. -gioji, 
adj. inert; dull: sluggish; awkward. 

Naparankumas,-o, sm. unhandiness; in- 
convenience; incommodiousness. 
-Neparankus, /. -ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kioji, 
adj. unhandy ; inconvenient; incom- 
modious. 

Nepasekamas,/. -ma, adj. unimitable; 
inimitable. 

Nepasekme,-es, sf., Nepasisekimas,-o, sm. 
failure; want of success; unsuccess- 
fulness. 

Nepasekmingas J. -ga, defin. -gasis,/ -go|i, 
adj. unsuccessful; unfortunate. | 
— gai, adv. unsuccessfully. 

Nepasekmingumas,-o, sm. u lis access ful- 
ness. 

Nepasiekiamas,/.-ma, adj. unattainable; 
inaccessible; unobtainable. 

Nepasiganedijimas, -o, sm. discontent; 

displeasure; dissatisfaction. 
Nepasisekimas,-o, sm. failure; ill suc- 
cess. 
Nepasise!;ti (-senku,-sekiau, -seksiu), v. 

rfl. to fail; not to succeed. 
Nepasitenkinimas,-o,m. dissatisfaction; 

discontent. 
Nepasitenkinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. rfl. to 

be dissatisfied. 
NepasitikeJimas,-o, sm. distrust; wont 
of confidence. 



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Nepasitlketi 

Nepasitiketi (-kiu, -kejau, -kesiu), v. n. 
to distrust. 

Nepasltiirintis,/. -II, adj. indigent ; needy ; 
poor. 

Nepaski|$tif-skund£iu,-skundzi>iu,-sku,- 
siu), v. a. {kam ko) not to spare; to 
spend generously. 

Nepasotinamas, /. -ma, adj. insatiable: 
greedy. , 

Nepa$tovumas,-o, sm. inconstancy; un- 
steadiness; fickleness. 

Nepastovus,/.-vi, adj. inconstant; mut- 
able; unsteady. 

Nepataisytas,/.-la, adj. unrepaired; un- 
corrected. 

Nepatalsomas,/. -ma, adj. incorrigible; 
irremediable. 

Nepat§mytinas,/.-na,<z<{/. imperceptible; 
un perceivable. 

Nepateptas,/.-ta, adj. unanointed. 

Nepatyres,/.-rusi,prt. inexpert; inexpe- 
rienced. 

Nepavykimas,-o, sm. failure. 

Nepavykti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 
fail; to be unsuccessful. 

Nepazabotas,/.-fta, adj. unbridled 'licen- 
tious; unrestrained. 

Nepazeidziamas ,/. -ma, adj. invulnerable. 

Nepazymiai, adv. insignificantly. 

Nepazymus,/.-mi,a<(/. insignificant; un- 
important. 

Nepazintis,-ies, sf. ignorance; want of 
knowledge. 

N epazjstamas,/. -ma, defin. -masisj. -moil, 
adj. unknown; strange; unacquaint- 
ed. 

Nepazjstantis,/.-ti, adj. unknowing; not 
acquainted with. 

Nepena,-os, smf. insatiable person; 
greedy one; greedy-gut. 

Nepereinamas,/ -ma, adj. impassable; 
gram, intransitive. 

Nepereinamumas,-o, sm. impassableness. 

Nepergalimas, /. -ma, adj. invincible; 
unconquerable; insurmountable. 

Nepermaldau jamas,/, -ma, adj. inexor- 
able; implacable. 

Nepermatomas,/. -ma, adj. untranspar- 
ent; opaque; | unforeseen; unfore- 
known. 

Neperstotinai, adv. incessantly ; uninter- 
ruptedly. 

Nepertoli, adv. at no great distance; 
not far off or from. 



206 NeprlklausomybC 

Neplgus,/.-gl, adj. not cheap. 

Nepilnas,/.-na, adj. incomplete; imper- 
fect; defective. | — nai, adv. incom- 
pletely. 

Nepilnybe,-es, sf., Nepilnumas,-o, sm. in- 
completeness ;imperfectness;defect- 
iveness. 

Neprasytas,/.-ta, adj. unasked; uninvit- 
ed. 

Neprates,/. -tusl, adj. unaccustomed: 
unused. 

Nepraustaburnis, /. -ne, b. vulg. foul- 
mouthed wretch; ribald. 

Nepravarzymas, -o, sm. [Kr.] indiges- 
tion. 

Nepravarzomas,/.-ma,ad/\ [Kr.] indigest- 
ible. 

Nepriegulme,-es, sf. independence. 

Nepriegulmiai, adv. independently. 

Nepriegulmybe, = NeprigulmybE. 

Neprieinamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -mo|l, 
adj. inaccessible; unapproachable. 

Neprieinamumas, -o, sm. inaccessible- 
ness; inaccessibility; unapproach- 
ableness. 

Nepriemimas, -o, sm. non-acceptance; 
non-reception. 

Neprieitarautlnas, /. -na, adj. irrefra- 
gable; incontestable; indisputable. 

Neprletelingas,/.-ga, defin.^t&\*,f -go|l, 
adj. hostile; inimical; fiendish. 1 
—gal, adv. hostilely; fiendishly. 

Neprietelingumas,-o, sm. hostility. 

Neprietelyste,-es, sf. enmity; hostility. 

Neprieteliskas,/. -ka, <fe/m.-kasls,/.-ko|l, 
adj. hostile; inimical. 

Neprietelitis,-iaus,ffm. enemy; foe: fiend. 

Neprigulmybe,-es, = NepbigulmystE. 

Neprigtiimingas,/.-ga, defi n. -gasis,/ -go|i, 
adj. independent | —gal, adv. inde- 
pendently. 

Neprigulmingumas,-o, sm. independence. 

Neprigulmyste,-es, sf. independence; in- 
dependency. 

Nepriimamas,/.-ma, adj. unacceptable; 
inadmissible. 

Nepriimnumas,-o v sm. unpleasantness; 
disagreeableness. 

Nepriimnus,/.-ni, ntr. -nu, defin. ~i\us\$,f. 
-nio|i, adj. disagreeable; unpleasant; 
unpleasing. 

Neprikl ausomas,/. -ma, adj. independent. 

Nepriklausomybe,-es, sm. independence. 



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Neprilankus 2 

leprilankus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis,/. -kio|i, 

adj. disaffectionate; not well dis- 
posed; unfavorable; adverse. |— kial, 
adv. disaffection a tely; unfavorably. 
|— kumas, am. unfavorableness; dis- 
favor; adversity. 

Nepripratimas, -o, am. want of habit; 
want of practice. 

Neprisotinamas,/. -ma, adj. insatiable; 
greedy. 

Nera, Ner, [abbr. of hb-yra], there 1 is 
not. 

Neraimvos, *f. anxiety; commotion. 

Neremumas,-o, am. uneasiness; unquiet- 
ness; anxiety; disturbance; commo- 
tion. 

Neramus,/.-mI, ntr.-mu, defin. -musis,/. 
-mioji, adj. uneasy; unquiet; trouble- 
some; turbuleut. 

Neranga,-os, am/, indolent person. 

Nerangumas.-o, am. inertness; sluggish- 
ness; awkwardness. 

Nerangiis,/.-gi, tfe/i/i.-giisis./.-gioji, adj. 
inert; sluggish; dull; awkward. 

Neredas,-o, am. disorder; confusion. 

Ner«liis,/.-di, adj. disorderly ; confused. 

Neregantis,/ -te, = Nebegys. 

Neregimas t /.-ma, a<#. invisible; imper- 
ceptible. 

Ncregys,/.-ge, a. blind man;/, blind 
woman. 

Ncreikalingas,/ -ga, defin. -gasis, /.-goji, 
adj. unnecessary; needless, i — gai, 
adv. needlessly. 

Neretai, adv. not seldom; unseldom; 
often. 

Nerikas,/.-ke, a. diver; plunger. 

Nerimaila, -os, amj\ turbulent, fussy 
fellow. 

Nerimas,-o, am. uneasiness; anxiety; 
commotion. 

Nerimastiuoti (-ciuoju, -ciavau, -&uo- 
siu), v.n. to be unquiet; to be un- 
easy. 

Nerimastis,-ies,«f. unquietness of mind; 
uneasiness; anxiety. 

Nerimauti (-mauju, -mavau, -mausiu), 
v.n. to be uneasy; to be unquiet; to 
be disturbed; to be in a state of 
commotion. 

Nerimus, = Neramus. 

Neris,-io, am. Velia {tributary ofMemel). 

Nerpiioti (-plioJu,-pliojau,-pliosiu), v.a. 
to tangle. 



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Neritas, Neriti, = NarStas, NarSti. 

Nerti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a.n. to dive; to 
plunge; to submerge ;| to noose; to 
slip in or out; fig., — laukan, to run 
out; to flee; to escape. | —8, v. rfl. to 
dive. H kaiuo nerti*, to leap out of 
one's skin; to strain; to make ef- 
forts. 

Nerugeli$,/.-l6, a. vulg. sluggish manor 
woman. 

Nervas,-o, am. nerve. 

Nerviikas,/.-ka, cfe/m.-kasis,/.-ko|i, adj. 
nervous. 

NerviSktimas,-o, am. nervousness. 

Nes, Nesa, conj. fur; because. 

Nesamone,-es, af. nonsense; absurdity. 

Nesandora, -os, af. discord; disunion; 
disagreement. 

Nesandoringas,/.-ga, adj. quarrelsome; 
unsociable; inconsistent. 

Nesandoringyste,-es, af. , Nesandoringumas, 
-0,8m. disagreement; quarrelsome- 
ness;incompatibility ; inconsistency. 

Nesang, = Nes. 

Nesavaizdumas, -o, am. inconsistency; 
incongruence; pre posterousness; ab- 
surdity. 

Nesavaizdus,/.-di, defin. -dusis,/. -dzio|i, 
adj. inconsistent; in congruent; pre- 
posterous; absurd. 

Nesaiiningas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. unscrupulous; unfair; dishon- 
est. |— gai, adv. unscrupulously; un- 
fairly; dishonestly. |— gumas, *ft». un- 
scrupulousuess; unfairness; dishon- 
esty. 

Nesaniai, adv. not long ago; recently. 

Nes-gi, conj. for; because. 

Nesitiketas,/. -ta, adj. unexpected; un- 
hoped for; unlooked for; unthought 
of. 

Nesiviltinai, adv. unexpectedly; sud- 
denly. 

Neskaicius, -iaus, am. innumerable 
quantity. 

Nesmertelnas, = Nemarus. 

Nesubrendes,/.-dusi,2>rl. unripe; imma- 
ture. 

Nesudegantis,/. -ti, defin. -tysis,/. -gioji, 
adj. incombustible. 

Nesulaikomas, /. -ma, defin. -masis, /. 
-moji, adj. unrest rainable. 

Nesumone, = NasaMONE. 



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Nesuoranga 



Nesuoranga,-os, smf. dullard. 

Nesuprantamas,/. -ma, adj. inconceiv- 
able; inconceptible; incomprehen- 
sible. 

Nesu p ran tarn urn as,-o, sm. incom prehens- 
ibility; incomprehensibleness; in- 
conceivableness. 

Nesupratimas,-o, sm. incomprehension; 
want of understanding; misunder- 
standing; senselessness; fully. 

Nesupratingas,/.-ga, adj. dull, slow of 
apprehension. 

Nesuprotis,-6io, sm. incomprehension; 
want of comprehension or under- 
standing. 

Nesuranga, = Nesuoranga. 

Nesusipratelis,/.-le, *. one having no 
self-consciousness. 

Nesusipratimas,-o, sm. want of self-con- 
sciousness; [nesutikimas] misunder- 
standing; disagreement. 

Nesuskaitomas,/.-ma, adj. innumerable; 
numberless; innumerous. 

Nesutaika, -OS, sf. disagreement; dis- 
cord; enmity. 

Nesutarimas,-o, sm., Nesutartis, -ies, sf. 
disharmony; discord; disagreement; 
variance; dissension. 

Nesuteikte,-es> sf. disagreement; quar- 
rel. 

Nesuteikti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. n. to be 
at variance with; to disagree; to 
quarrel. 

Nesutikimas, -o, sm., Nesutikme, -es, sf. 
discord ; disagreement; quarrel. 

Nesuturiamas, /. -ma, adi. unrestrain- 
able. 

Nesvetingas,/. w, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. inhospitable.! — gai, adv. inhos- 
pitably. 

Nesvetingyste,-es, */., Nesvetingumas, -o, 
8m. inhospitableness; inhospitality. 

Nesvietilkas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. unworldly ;Jfyr. inhuman: hor- 
ible; terrible; awful. 1— kai, adv. ter- 
ribly; awfully. 

Nesfta, defin. -Cioji, /. adj. big with 
child; pregnant; enceinte. 

Nes5iai, = Nasciat. 

Nesdintis, (-nuos.-naus, -nsiuos), v.rfi. 
to curry with oneself; to carry one- 
self; to go. 

Nesejas,/-ja, s. bearer; carrier; porter. 



208 NeteisingumaS 

NeSikas, = Ne§£jas. 

Ne§imas,-0, sm. carrying; bearing. f 

Nelinas,/.-na,arf/\ carrying with. 

Nelineti (-neju,-nejau,-n€siu), v.a.frq. 
to bear; to carry. 

Nelio)imas,-o, stn. carrying about; [de- 
vejimas] wearing; [auklejimas] nurs- 
ing. 

Nesione,-es, */. wearing; fig style of 
dress; fashion. 

Neiiote,-es, */. nurse. 

Nesioti (-sioju,-Siojau,-§iosiu), v. a.frq. 
to carry about ,[deveti] to wear; [tai- 
kits] to nurse; to tend. 

Neliotojas,/.-ja, *. bearer; carrier. 

Nesti (-§u, -siau,-siu), v.a. to carry; to 
bear. |— s, v.rfi. to bear with oneself; 
fig. to carry or bear oneself. Neskis 
sau! get you gone! get out! go! 

Nefttumas,-o, sm. pregnancy. 

Nestuvai,-ij, sm. pi. hand-barrow. 

Nesvankelis,/.-le, s. person of indecent, 
coarse manners; ill-bred person; 
clown. 

Nesvankumas,-o, sm. impropriety; inde- 
cency; unbocomingness. 

Neivankus,/.-ki,d6/i/i.-kusis,/.-kio|i,arf;. 
indecent; unbecoming; improper; 
ill-bred; uncivil. | — kiai, adv. inde- 
cently; improperly; rudely. 

Nelvarelis,/.-le, a. sloven;/, slut; slat- 
tern. 

Nelvarumas,-o, sm. dirtiness; filth iness; 
nastiness; slovenliness; slovenry. 

NeSvarus,/. -ri, ntr. -ru, defin. -rusis, /. 
-rio|i, adj. dirty; filthy; slovenly; 
foul; unfair. J— riai,a<£v. dirtily; filth- 
ily. 

Net, adv. even; so much. 

Netarningas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. disobliging; unfriendly. | —gai, 
adv. disoblingingly. | — gumas, sm. 
disobligingness. 

Neteikte,-es, sf. disinclination; unwill- 
ingness. 

Neteisiai, adv. falsely; unjustly; wrong- 
fully. 

Neteisybe,-es, sf. untruth; falsehood; 
lie. 

Neteisingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. unjust; unrighteous; untrue; 
false. |— gai, ado. unjustly; falsely. 

Neteisingumas,-o, sm. inj ustiee ; u nrigh t- 
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Neteisumas 209 

Neteisumas,-o, sm. falseness untruth- 
fulness. 

Neteisus,/.-si, defin. -susis,/. -sio|i, adj. 
false; untruthful; untrue. | — siai, 
adv. falsely. 

Nety&ia, Nety6ioms, adv. unintentional- 
ly ; undesignedly. 

Nety6ios,-iy, *f* pi unintentional act; 
unforeseen accident, unintentional 
happening. IS netyHi^ unintention- 
ally; undesignedly. 

Netyius,/. -ii, adj. unintentional ; unde- 
signed; unmeant. 

Netiesa,-os, *f. untruth; falsity; false- 
hood. 

Net«e$otas,/.-ta, adj. illegal; unlawful. 

Netikejimas,-o, sm. incredulity; disbe- 
lief; infidelity; irreligion. 

Netikelis,/. -le, 8. infidel; unbeliever; 
jig. good for nothing man or woman. 

Netikes,/. -kusi, prt. improper; unfit; 
unsuitable ;jty. good for nothing. 

Netiketas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
casual; unexpected; unhoped for; 
sudden. | — tai y ado. unexpectedly; 
suddenly. 

Netikys,/.-ke, 8. infidel; unbeliever. 

Netikyste,-es, */. unbelief; incredulity; 
infidelity; irreligion. 

Netikras,/. -r'a, dejin. -rasis,/. -ro|i, adj. 
untrue; false; counterfeit; unuatur- 
al. 

Netikrumas,-o, 8m. falseness. 

Netikumas,-o, sm. impropriety; unfit- 
ness; unsuitableness. 

Netinkamas,/.-ma, defin.-ma&ls, f. -moji, 
adj. unsuitable; unfit. 

Netinkantis,/.-ti, <te/fo.-tysis,/.-aioii, adj. 
unsuitable; unfit. 

Netoli, adv. not far off, (from). 

Netoliese, adv. not far off. 

Neturelis, /. -le, *. indigent man or 
woman. 

Neturtas,-o, sm. indigence; indigency; 
penury; poverty. 

Neturtelis, /. -le, *. indigent man or 
woman; needy person. 

Neturtybe,-es, sf. poorness; poverty; in- 
digence. 

Neturtingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. not rich; indigent; poor. 

Neturtingyste, -es, sf. Neturlingumas, -o, 
sm. poorness; indigence; penury. 



Nevaisingumas 

Neturtis,/.-te, *. = NeturtElis. 

Netvarka,-os, sf. disorder; confusion. 

Netvarkelis,/.-le, s. disorderly person. 

Netvarkus,/. -ki, <fc/?/i.-kusis,/.-kioji, adj. 
disorderly; confused; tumultuous; 
turbulent. | — kiai, adv. disorderly; 
confusedly ; tumultuously. |— kumas, 
sm. disorderliness. 

Netverme,-e$, sf. want of durability. 

Netvirtas,/. -la, defin. -tasis,/.-toji, adj. 
infirm; not firm; weak; feeble. 

Netvirtybfc, -es, sf., Netvirtumas, -o, sm. 
infirm ness; unsoundness; weakness; 
want of durability. 

Neutraliikas,/.-ka, adj. neutral. 

Neutralizuoti (-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu), v. 
a. to neutralize. 

Neuzauga,-os, smf. dwarf; shrimp. 

Neuzaugelis,/.-le, *. one not grown to 
full size; minor ;| dwarfish man or 
woman. 

Neuiderejimas,-o, sm. bad harvest; fail- 
ure of crops; dearth of corn. 

Neuzgesinamas,-ma; Neuzgesomas,/.-ma, 
adj. inextinguishable; unquench- 
able. 

Neuzgin6ijamas,/.-ma, adj. unobjection- 
able; indisputable; incontestable. 

Neuzilgio, adv. soon; in a short time; 
immediately. 

NeuzmirStamas, /. -ma; NeuzmirStinas,/. 
-na, adj. that can not be forgotten; 
memorable. 

Neuztektinas,/.-na, adj. insufficient; in- 
adequate; defective. |—nai, adv. in- 
sufficiently. 

Neuztektinumas,-o, sm. insufficiency; in- 
adequateness. 

Neuztenkamas,/. -ma, adj. insuficient; 
inadequate. 

Neuzvaduo jamas, Neuzvaduotinas, /. -na, 
adj. that cannot be replaced; irre- 
placeable. 

Neuzvydetlnas; Neuzvydimas, /.-ma, adj. 
unenviable. 

Neva, adv. as if ; as if it were. 

Nevaisingas,/. -ga, dejin. -gasis,/. -go|I, 
adj. barren; sterile; unfruitful; 
fruitless; unproductive. | — gai, adv.- 
unfruitfully; fruitlessly. 

Nevalsingybe,-es, */. unfruitfulness; bar- 
renness. 

Nevaisingumas,-o, sm. sterility; unfruit- 
fulness; infertility; barrenness. 



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Nevaizdus 

Nevaizdus,/. -di f defin. -dusis, /. -dzio|i, 
adj. unsightly; uncomely. |— dumas, 
sm. unsightliness. 

Nevala,-os, sf. sloven;/, slut. 

Nevalia, -os, sf. captivity; bondage; 
slavery; thraldom. 

Nevalia, it is not alowed; it is not per- 
mitted; it is forbidden. 

Nevalioti (-lioju t -liojau,-liosiu), v. a. n. 
to be powerless; to be unable to 
overcome. 

Nevalylas,/. -ta, defin. -tasls,/.-toii, adj. 
uncleaned; uncleansed; dirty; foul; 
| unrefined. 

Nevaiyti(-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v.a. to com- 
pel ; to force. 

Nevalyvas,/.-va, <fc/to.-vasls,/. -vo|i, adj. 
dirty; slovenly; sluttish; foul. 

Nevalyvumas,-o, sm. slovenliness; slut- 
tery; sluttish ness; foulness. 

Nevalnybe,-es, sf. slavery; thraldom; 
servitude. 

Nevalninkas,/.-ke, *. captive; prisoner; 
slave; bondsman. 

Nevalumas,-o, sm. uncleanness; foulness; 
dirtiness; filthiness; dirt. 

Nevalus,/. -II, defin. -lusis,/. -lio|i, adj. 
unclean; slovenly; dirty. 

Nevarfkus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis, /. -Moil, 
adj. indigestible. | — kumas, *m. indi- 
gestibility; indigestion. 

Nevartomas,/. -ma, adj. gram, indeclin- 
able. 

Nevedelis,/.-le, s. unmarried man or 
woman; single person; singler. 

Nevedes,/-dusi, jpr*. unmarried; single. 

Nevedyste,-es, sf. single life; celibacy. 

Nevedziulis, -io, sm. bachelor; unmar 
ried fellow. 

Neveikiamas,/.-ma, <fe/fn.-masis,/-moji, 
adj. inactive; passive. 

Neveiklybe,-es, sf. inactivity. 

Neveikiumas,-o, sm. inactivity; inert- 
ness; inaction; idleness. 

Neveiklus,/.-li,de/i7i. -lusis,/. -lio|i, adj. 
inactive; inert; idle. 

Neveikme,-es, */. inactivity; idleness. 

Neveislingas,/. -ga, defin. -gas is,/, -goji, 
adj. barren; eflfete; sterile. 

Neveislingumas,-o, sm. sterility; barren- 
ness. 

Neveislus,/.-li, defin. -\u$i$,f. -lioji, adj. 
eflfete; barren; sterile. 



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Nevertas,/.-ta, defin. -tails,/. -to|l, adj. 
unworthy; undeserving. 

Ncvertelis,/.-lc, «. unworthy or unde- 
serving man or woman. 

Nevertybe,-$s, sf. un worth in ess. 

Nevertumas, = NbvertybE. 

Neveiis,-io, sm. name of a certain river 
in Lithuania. 

Nevidonas,/.-ne,«. miscreant; evil doer; 
malefactor; fiend. 

Nevykes,/-kusi,/>r*. ill; bad. 

Nevystamas,/.-ma, defin. -masls,/ -mo|i, 
adj. unfading. 

Neiemiikas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/ -ko|i, 
adj. unearthly; celestial. 

Nezymiai, adv. insignificantly; imper- 
ceptibly. 

Neiymus,/.-mi, ntr.-mu, defin. -musis,/ 
-mio|i, adj. insignificant; impercep- 
tible; unperceivable. 

Nezineiis,/.-le, «• ignorant; ignoramus. 

Nezinia,-ios, sf. ignorance. U netini^ 
unexpectedly; unawares. 

Neiinia, one cannot know; it is un- 
known; it is uncertain; it is hard to 
know. 

Nezinioms, adv. incognito; unnoticed; 
stealthily. 

Neziny$t$,-e$, sf. ignorance \ uncertain- 
ty. 

Nezinomas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/ -moji, 
adj. unknown. |— mai, adv. unknow- 
ingly; incognito. 

Neileb£iojimas,-o, sm. indigestion. 

Nezmogiikas,/.-ka, cfc/ln.-kasis, /.-ko|l, 
adj. unmanly; unhumanlike. 

Mezmoniska$,/.-ka, defin. -kasis, /-Mi, 
adj. inhuman; cruel; brutal; barbar- 
ous; savage. |— kai, adv. inhumanly. 

Nezmoniskumas, -o, sm. inhumanity; 
cruelty; barbarity; savageness. 

Nezodingas,/. -ga, defin. -gas is,/ -goji, 
adj. poor in words; uiiwoidy;[2odz*0 
nelaikas] faithless (to one's word); 
unreliable. | — gumas, sm. unword.- 
ness; faithlessness; unreliableness. 

Niaukstytis(-kstos t -kstgs,-kstysis),r/> , j. 
Niauktis (-kias, -kes, -ksis), v. impers. 
to become cloudy; to become over- 
cast. 

Nibras,-o, sm. ent. globard; glow-worm. 

Ni5niekas,-o, sm. nothing; nothingness. 

NiSniekur, adt. nowhere at all. 



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Niekabylauti (-lauju, -lavau, -lausiu), v. 

a. to talk nonsense. 
Hiekabylys,/.-le, *. one who talks non- 
sense; babbler. 
Niekabylyste, -e$, sf. chat; idle talk; 

babble. 
Niekad, Niekada, adv. never; at no time. 
Niekadarys,/-rd, *. droll; buffoon; jest- 
er. 
Kiekade|as,/.-ia, *. = Niekadaryb. 
Niekados, adv. never. 
Niekai,-V> * m - P*- nothing; nothingness; 
thing of no value. Niekus kulbeti, to 
talk but nonsense. 
Niekaip adv. in no wise: in no manner. 
Nfekaka!bis,/-be,«. babbler. 
Niekas,-o, sm. nothing; nobody ; no one. 
NiekatauSka, -os, smf. one who talks 

nonsense; babbler. 
Niekauti (-kauju,-kavau,-kausiu), v. a. 

to play the buffoon; to trifle. 
Niekdarys, = Nibkadary*. 
Niekybe, -es, sf. nullity; nothingness; 

vanity. 
Kiekingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/.-go|i, adj. 
vile; base; mean; abject; contempt- 
ible; despicable; frivolous; futile. 
|-gal, adv. vilely; basely; meanly. 
Niekingyste,-«s, «/., Niekingumas, -o, m. 
baseness; meanness; abjection; des- 
picableness; contempMbleness; vile- 
ness; frivolousness; futility. 
Niekinimas,-o, sm. despising; contempt; 
scorn ; disrespect ; disregard ; neglect. 
Niekinti (-nu,-nau, -nsiu), v. a. to de- 
spise; to contemn; to disdain; to 
scorn; to disregard; to neglect. 
Niekinto|as,/-ja, /. despiser; scorner; 

contemner; neglecter. 
Nieki$,-io, sm. nothing; trifle. 
NiekystMs, sf. nullity; nothingness, 

vanity. 
Niekjuokautl (-kauju, -kavau, -kausiu), 
tJ.n. to droll; to banter; to play 
tricks. 
Nickjuoklai,-iq, sm. pi drollery ; buffoon- 
ery. 
Niekniekiauti (-kiauju, -kiavau, -kiau- 
siu), v.n. to f addle; to trifle; to play 
the fool. 
Niekniekis,-io, sm. trifle; bagatelle. 
Niekpludis,/.-de,«. babbler. 
Niekias,/.-§e, *. villain; wretch; good 
for nothing person. 



Niukas 

NiekSybe,-e$, sf. worthless action; rogu- 
ery. 
NiekSiikas,/.-ka,a#.of no value; worth- 
less; vile; base; abject; mean. 
Niektikys,/. -ke, s. superstitious man 

or woman. 
Niektiky$te,-es, */. superstition. 
Nieku-budu, adv. in no wise; in no man- 
ner. 
Niekuomet, adv. never; at no time; not 

at any time. 
Niekur, adv. nowhere; nowhere at all. 
Niekvertis,/. -te, s. good for nothing 

one. 
Nieiai,-q, sm. pi. med. itch. 
Nieze)imas,-o, sm. itching. 
Niezeti(-zti,-z6jo,-i6s), v.impers. toitch; 
(fig.)jamkailis nietti, he wants a 
drubbing. 
Niezius,/.-ze,«. itchy person. = Niirus. 
Niezuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

itchy ; scabious. 
Nihilistas,/.-te, s. nihilist. 
Nihilistiikas,/. -ka, defin. -kasi*/. -ko|i, 

adj. nihilistic. 
Nihilizmas,-o, sm. nihilism. 
Nykimas,-o, sm. disappearing; vanish- 
ing; perishing; dying; decaying. 
H\k\%,4o,sm. caprice; freak; crotchet; 

whim. 
Niksas,*, sm. [Kr.] thimble. 
Nikstereiimas,-o, sm. spraining; sprain. 
Nikstereti (riu,-rejau,-r6siu) f v. inst. to 

sprain. 
Nyk§tys,-cio, sm. thumb. 
NykStukas,-o, sm. dwarf; pigmy; orn. 

vren. 
Nykti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu) f v.n. to vanish; 

to disappear; to perish. 
Nikti(ninku, nikau,-ksiu), v.n. to be- 
gin to do passionately. 
Nyku$,/.-ki, n*r.-ku, adj. awful; dread- 
ful; horrid; dismal. 
Nyku$,/.-ki, defin -kusis,/.-kio|!,a#. ev- 
anescent; perishable. 
Nymfa,-o$, */. nymph. 
Nipryti (-riju, -rijau, -rysiu), v. a. n. 
(cvlloq.) to work; to toil; to drudge. 
Nirftti (-stu,-sau,-§iu), v.n. to grow en- 
raged; to become furious. 
Nitas,-o, sm. rivet. 
Nytys,-fiiq, */• P*- heddles; healds. 
Niukas,-o, sm. pinch (of snuff). 



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Niukimas 

Niukimas,-o, sm. rumbling. 

Niuksoti (-sau, -sojau, -sosiu), v. n. to 
gloom; to be cloudy. 

Niukltare,-es, */. bot. beard-grass. An- 
dropogon. 

Niukti(-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),©.n. to rumble; 
(colloq. ) to converse; to discourse. 

Niune,-es, sf. (fam.) bread. 

Niurkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
pucker; to crumple; to rumple. 

Niurksoti (-sau, -sojau, -sosiu), v. n. to 
appear gloomy; to be murky. 

Niurna,-os, smf mutterer; grumbler. 

Niurnejimas,-o, sm. grumbling; rumb- 
ling. 

Niurneti (-nu, -nejau, -nesiu), v. n. to 
grumble; to mutter. 

Niuroti (-ru,-rojau,-rosiu), v. n. to look 
with a sullen and malicious count- 
enance. 

Niurzgeti (-gu, -gejau, -ggsiu), v. n. to 
murmur; to growl. 

Nizius,/.-ze, *. itchy person. 

Nobaznas,/. -na, adj. devout ; pious. [Pol. 
Nabozny]. 

Nogias, = Noklas. 

Nokimas,-o, sm. ripening (the act of be- 
coming ripe). 

Nakinimas, -o, sm. ripening; making 
ripe. 

Nokinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to ripen; 
to mature; to make ripe. 

rfoklas,-o, sm. hilt. 

Nokti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to ripen; 
to grow ripe. 

Nomadas>/.-de, s. nomad. Nomady gen- 
tys, nomadic tribes. 

Nomadiikas,/. -ka, defln. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. nomadic. 

Nometas, see Nuometas. 

Nominaciia,-os, sf. nomination. 

Nominaliskas,/.-ka, adj. nominal. 

Nominuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v. 
a. to nominate. 

Noragas,-o> sm. ploughshare; plow- 
share. 

Noras,-o, sm. volition; willingness; will; 
desire, wish. 

Noreti (-riu,-rejau,-resiu), v.a. to want; 
to wish; to be willing; to have a 
mind for. Ko nor if what do you 
want? what would you have? 

Noriai, adv. willingly. 



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Noringas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, adj. 

willing;|— gai, adv. willingly. 
Norint,prl. if one would like; if you 

wish... | conj. although; though. 
Norma, -os, sf. norm. 
Normaliskas./. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. normal. 
Nors, conj. though ; although; albeit; 

notwithstanding. 2. adv. at least. 

Kas-nors, anything; whatever; any 

thing may be; some one. Kaip — , 

any way; any how; in any wise. 

Kur — , any where. 
Norus,/.-ri, adj. willing. 
Nosiaragls,-io, sm. zool. rhinoceros. 
Nosiaskyle,-es, sf. nostril. 
Nosine,-es, sf. handkerchief, 
Nosingas,/. »qa t defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 

big-nosed. 
Nosinis,/.-ne y adj. of nose; nasal. Nosi- 

nis garsa*, nasal sound. 
NosiSy-ies, sf. nose;| snout; trunk. 
Nota,-os, sf note; memorandum; mus. 

note; tune. 
Notuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v. a. to 

note; to set down in writing. 
Notrele, Notrine,-es y sf. bot. nettle. Urti- 

ca. 
Notungaris,-io, sm. awkward fellow. 
Notura,-oSy sf. nature, see Natura. 
Novele,-eSy sf novel. 
NovelistaSy/.-te, *. novelist; writer of 

novels. 
Novijimas,-Oy sm. killing; murdering. 
Novyti (-viju,-vijau,-vysiu), v.a. to kill; 

to murder. 
Novyto|as,/.-|a, s. killer; murderer. 
Nu-y an inseparable preposition or prefix 

to many verbs and verbal nouns, and 

is rendered into English by down, off, 

away, to. Numesti, to throw down. 

Nustumti, to push away or off. Nu- 

eiti, to go to; to go away. 
Nualsinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to tire; 

to weary; to exhaust Ihe strength. 
Nuanuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v. a. 

to finish one's task. 
Nuardyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 

rip off; to tear off; to unstitch. 
Nuarti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to plough 

off. 
Nuastrinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 

sharp; to sharpen; to edge; to whet. 



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Nuauti (-aunu,-avia'u,-ausiu), v.a. to un 

dress one's feet. 
Nubaidyti (-dau,-diiau,-dysiu), v. a. to 

scare away; to frighten away. 
Nubaigti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.a. to fin- 
ish ; to end. 
Nubainoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v. a. to 

unsaddle; to take off a saddle. 
Nubaltl (-balu,-balau,-balsiu), v. n. to 

turn white; to turn pale; to grow 

pale. 
Nubaitintl(-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t?.a. to whit- 
en ; to bleach; to whitewash. 
Nubausti (-baudziu,-baud£iau,-bausiu), 

v. a. to punish ; to fine. 
Nubegti (-gu,-gau, -gsiu), v.n. to run 

down; to run off; to run away; to 

flow down. 
Nuberti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. lo strew 

down, off or away. 2. v.impers. to be 

infected with eruptions. 
Nubielyti (-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v.a.to flay 

off; to skin off. 
Nubildeti (-du,-dejau,-desiu), v.a. to get 

away noisily. 
Nublankti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

turn pale. 
Nubloksti(-b1askiu,-blo8kiau,-blok§iu), 

v.a. to throw down, away or off; to 

cast away; [javus] to finish thrash- 
ing. 
Nublukti (-blunku,-blukau,-bluksiu), r. 

n. to blanch; to lose color; to fade. 
Nubodelis,/.-le, *. tedious person; bore. 
NubosH(-bostu,-bodau,-bosiu), v. n. to 

weary; to tire; to bore; to be tired; 

to be weary. 
Ntibraukti(-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a. to 

wipe off or away; to brush away; 

to sweep away. 
Nubrukti (-ku, -kau, -ksiu), v.a. to finish 

swingling. 
Nubruozti (-ziu, -ziau, -§iu), v. a. to 

scratch off; to wound slightly. 
Nubudinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to a- 

waken; to rouse from sleep. 
Nuburti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to fore- 
tell by sorcery; to forebode. 
Nubusti(-bundu,-budau,-busiu), v.n. to 

awake. 
Mudaigoti(-goju,-gojau,-gosiu), v. a. to 

smother: to kill. 
Nudangstyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), vjrq., 



Nudiiutl 

Nudengti (-giu,-giau, -gsiu), v. a. tc 
uncover. 

Nudaiyti (zau,-iiau,-iysiu), v.a. to dye 
all over; to finish dyeing. 

Nudegelis,/.-le, s. anything burnt off; 
one ruined by fire. 

Nudeginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to burn 
off. 

Nudegti (-gu,-giau, -gsiu), v. n. to be 
burnt off. II v.a. to burn off. 

Nudengti, see Nudangstyti. 

Nudeta,-os, sf. trespass; sin. 

Nudeti (-dedu,-dejau, -desiu), v. a. to 
put away;^. to kill.c 

Nudevetas,/.-ta, prt. worn out. 

Nudeveti (-viu,-vejau, -vesiu), v. a. to 
wear out or away. 

Nudiezti (-ziu, -ziau, -§iu), v.a. t — kam 
kaili, to whip; to scourge; to lash. 

Nudildyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
wear off or away; to thin by attri- 
tion or rubbing. 

Nudilti (-d£lu, -dilau, -dilsiu), v. n. to 
wear out; to be worn out be attri- 
tion. 

Nudizti, = Nudikzti. 

Nudraskyti (-kau, -kiau ,-kysiu), v.a. to 
to tear away or off, all over. 

Nudreksti (-dreskiu,-dreskiau,-ksiu), v. 
a. to tear off or away. 

Nudribti(-drimbu,-dribau, -bsiu), v. n. 
to roll, to fall down; to hang doWh; 

Nudri*kelis,/.-le>. ragged man or wom- 
an. 

Nudriskes,/.-kusi, prt. torn off; ragged; 
tattered. 

Nudrozti (-ziu,-ziau,-§iu), v.a. to whit- 
tle; to make smooth or thin by 
whittling. 

Nuduolas,/. -la, defin.4as\s,f. -\o\\,prt. 
counterfeited; unnatural. 

Nuduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v. a. 
to give away; | to counterfeit; to 
feign ; to pretend to be. 

Nuduotinas,/.-na,pr*. pretended; feign- 
ed. 

Nudurti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to stab to 
death; to kill. 

Nudvesti (-siu,-siau,-siu), v.n. (vulg.) to 
die: to perish. 

Nudziuti (-dziustu,-dziuvau,-dziusiu),t>. 
n. to become dry; to dry up; to per- 
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Nueiga 



Nueiga, -os, sf. retreat; water-closet; 
privy. 

Nueiti (-einu,-5jau, -eisiu), v. n. to go 
down; to go away; to go to. 

Nuemimas,-o, sm. taking down or off. 

Nugaiabijimas,-o, sm. murdering; assas- 
sination. 

Nugalabyti (biju.-bijau.-bysiu), v.a. to 
kill; to murder; to assassinate. 

Nugalavimas,-o, sm. assassination. 

Nugaleti (-liu,-l6jau,-lesiu),t>.a. to over- 
come; to overpower; to defeat. 

Nugaluoti (-luoju, -lavau, -luosiu), v. a. 
to kill; to murder; to put to death; 
to assassinate. 

Nuganyti (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v. a. [pie- 
vq] to waste by grazing upon; [nu- 
peneti] to fatten; to make fat. 

Nugara,-os, sf. back. 

Nugarinis,/.-ne, adj. of back. 

Nugarkaiilis, -io, sm. anat. backbone, 
spine; vertebral column. 

Nugarkupris,-io, sm. [Si] camel. 

Nugarmeti (-mu,-mejau, -mesiu), v. n. 
to fall down; to fall to the bottom. 

Nugasdinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
strike with terror; to startle. 

Nugeibti (-bstu,-bau,-bsiu), v.n. to die. 

Nugeneti (-n6ju,-ngjau,-nesiu), v. a. to 
prune; to lop. 

Nugerti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to drink 
off. 

Nugybti, = Nugeibti. 

Nugydyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
heal; to cure. 

Nugirdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a., to 
make drunk; to intoxicate. 

Nugirsti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v.a. to hear; 
to be able to hear; to overhear. 

«Nugraibyti(-bau,-biau,-bysiu), v.a. to 
skim off or away. 

Nugrebstyti (-stau, -sfciau, -sty si u); Nu- 
grebti (-biu,-biau,-bsiu), v.a. to rake 
away or off. 

Nugriauzti (-ziu,-2iau,-§iu), v.a. to gnaw 
off; — kaulq, to pick a bone; — Id- 
pus, to browse the foliage. 

Nugrubnagis,/.-ge, s. one with benumb- 
ed fingers; | coarse fingered person. 

Nugrubti (-grumbu, -grubau, -grubsiu), 
v.a. to benumb. 

Nugrusti (-grudu,-grudau,-grusiu), v.a. 
[nukruiti] to pound ; to pestle ; [gru- 



nt Nukenteti 

dus] to hu\\;[nuvyti] to drive away; 

to drive to. 
Nuguleti (-liu,-l6jau,-le"siu), v.a. to over- 
lie; — Sonq, to hurt one's side by 

lying too long upon it. 
Nugulti (-lu,-liau,-siu), v.a. to overlie; 

to smother by lying upon. | v. n. to 

subside; to settle. 
Nuilsti(-stu,-sau,-siu),|t>.ft. to get tired; 

to become weary. 
Nulmti (-imu,-6miau, -imsiu), v. a. to 

take down ; to take off. 
Nujausti (-jau&u, -ciau, -siu), v. a. to 

have presentiment; to foreknow; to 

anticipate. 
Nujiegti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v. n. to be 

able; to have strength. 
Nujoti (-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v.n. to go 

away on horseback; to get to a place 

on horseback. 
Nufunkyti (-kau,-kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 

disaccustom; to break off; to wean 

from ; [nuo kruties] to ablactate. 
Nujunkti(-kstu,-kau,-ksiu),t>.n. to leave 

off a custom ; to break one's self 

from a habit. 
Nujuodinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a.to black; 

to blacken; to make black. 
Nu|uosti (-juostu -juodau.-juosiu), v.n. 

to become black. 
Nujuosti (-juosiu,-juosiau,-juosiu), v.a. 

to ungird; to ungirth. 
Nukakti (-kanku,-kakau,-kaksiu), v. n. 

to get to; to arrive at. 
Nukalsti, «66 Nusikalsti. 
Nukalti (-lu,-liau,-lsiu), v.a. to hammer 

out; to forge. 
Nukapoti (-poju f -pojau,-posiu) f v.a. to 

cut or hew away; to cut off. 
Nukares,/.-rusi,4>r*. hanging down. 
Nukarpyti (-pau,-piau,-pysiu), v. a.frq. 

to cut away ; to clip away; to shear 

away or off. 
Nukarti (riu,-koriau,-karsiu), v. a. to 

take down (anything hanged). 
NukariMnti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to take 

care of one in his old age. 
Nukasti (*su,-siau, -siu), v. a. to rake 

away or off; to dig away or off. 
Nukasti (-kandu,-kandau,-kasiu), v. a. 

to bite off. 
Nukenteti (-kencni,-kent6jau f -t6siu), v. 

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Nukesti, = NuKEHTfin. 

Nukigti (-kingu,-kigau,-kigsiu), v.n. to 

grow meagre, miserable. 
Nukirpti (-kerpu,-kirpnu,-kirpsiu), v.a. 

to shear away or off; to cut or clip 

away or off. 
Nuklrsti (-kertu,-kirtau,-kirsiu) f v.a. to 

to cut away; to cut off ; — galvq, to 

behead; to decapitate. 
Nuklysti (-klystu,-klydau,-klysiu), v. n. 

to stroll to. 
Nukopti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v.n. to come 

down; to get off; to descend. 
Nukoroti (-roju,-rojau, -rosiu), v.a. to 

punish; to fine. 
Nukratyti (-tau, -£iau, -tysiu), v. a. to 

shake down; to shake away or off. 
Nukristi (-krintu,-kritau,-krisiu), v. n. 

to fall down ; to fall off; to fall from. 
Nukryziaviaias,-0, sm. crucifying; cru- 
cifixion. 
Nukryziuotas,/. -ta, defin. .tasis, /. -toji, 

adj. crucified. 
Nukryiiuoti (-ziuoju, -ziavau, -ziuosiu), 

v.a. to crucify; to nail to a cross. 
Nukruiti (-su,-sau,-siu), v.a. to pestle; 

(grudus) to hull. 
Nulankus, = Nuolankus. 
Najauzyti (-zau,-ziau,-zysiu), vfrq., Nil- 

iauzti (-ziu,-ziau,-6iu), v.a. to break 

off. 
Nuleistausis,/.**, #. one with hanging 

down ears; flopeared one. 
Nuieisti (-leidziu,-leidau.-leisiu), v.a. to 

let down; to lower; — kraujq % to let 

blood; — akt», to cast down one's 

eyes; — galvq, ausis, to hang 4own 

one's head or ears; — kurntq i duob^ 

to lower a coffin into the grave; — . 

balsq, to lower one's voice; — kainq, 

to lower the price. 
Nulemti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 

destine; to doom. 
Nulenkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to bend 

down; — Sputy, to wind off from the 

spool; to unspool; to reel off. 
Nulepausis,/ -se, s. = NItlkistausis. 
Nulydeti (-dziu.-dejau.-desiu), v. a. to 

attend to; to accompany to. 
Nulieti (-liojivliejau, -liesiu), v. a. to 

pour off : | to cast ; to found ; to mould. 
Nulinkti (-kstu. -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

bend; to bow. 



Numustl 



Nulipti (-pu,-pau t -psiu), v.n. to come 
down; to get off; to descend. 

Nuliudes,/.-dusi,pr*. sad; afflicted; sor- 
iowrul. 

Nuliudimas, -o, sm. sadness; sorrow; 
grief; affliction. 

Nuliudinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to sad- 
den; to make sorrowful; to grieve; 
to afflict; to make sad. 

Nuliusti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v.n. to be sad; 
to be sorrowful or afflicted; to give 
one's self up to sorrow. 

Numaldyti(-dau,-dziau,-dysiu),t>. a. to 
appease; to pacify; to quiet; to 
calm. 

Numaningas, = Numantjs. 

Numanyti (-nau,-niau,~nysiu), v.a n. to 
comprehend; to understand; to 
know. 

Numanus,/.-ni, defin.-nu%\%, /.-nioji, adj. 
endowed with a quick comprehen- 
sion; crafty; skillful; sagacious. 

Numarinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to be 
present at one's death. 

Numauti (-maunu,-moviau,-mausiu), v. 
a. to pull off; to take off; — tiedq, 
to pull a ring off one's finger. 

Numazgoti (-goju,-gojau,-gosiu), v.a. to 
wash off; to wash away. 

Numazinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to les- 
sen: to diminish; — kainq, to reduce 
the price; to lower the price. 

Numeris,-io, sm. number. 

Numeriuoti (-riuoju, -riavau, -riuosiu), 
v.a. to number; to mark with a ci- 
pher; to cipher. 

Numesti (-metu,-meciau, -mesiu), v. a. 
throw away: to fling down; to cas»t; 
to throw off. 

Numyletas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. 4o\\,prt. 
beloved r greatly loved; dear to the 
heart. 

Numindyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), Numin- 
dzioti (-dzioju, -dziojau, -dziosiu), v. 
frq., Numinti (-nu,-niau, -nsiu), v. a. 
to tread; to trample; to injure or 
kill by treading upon. 

Numirelis,/.-le, s. deceased one; corpse; 
dead body. 

Numirti (-rstu,-riau,-rsiu), v.n. to die; 
to expire; to depart. 

Numusti (-Su,-siau,-siu), v.a. to beat off; 
to beat down;) to defeat; to over- 
come. 



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Nunai 



Nunai, Nunaisi, adv. to-day; now; at 
present; at this time. 

Nunaikinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to ex- 
tirpate; to exterminate; to destroy; 
to root out. 

Nune$ioti(-sioju,-siojau, -Siosiu), v. a. 
frq. to carry away; to bear away or 
off; [nudevett] to wear out; to wear 
away. 

NuneSti (-su,-siau,-siu), v. a. to carry 
away ; to bear away or off. 

Nunykti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), t>.n. to van- 
ish; to die away; to perish. 

Nuniurakis,/.-ke,«. sullen person; one 
who looks with a sullen and mali- 
cious countenance. 

Nuniurkyti (-kau,*-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to 
rumple. 

Nunizelis,/. -le, s. one infected with 
itches; itchy person. 

Nunizes, /. -zusi, prt. itchy; infected 
with itches. 

Nunuoginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to de- 
nudate; to denude; to bereave. 

Nuo, prep, with genit. from; since. Nuo 
galvos ikikojty from top to toe. 

Nuoalsis,-io, sm. weariness; fatigue; ex- 
haustion. 

Nuoalsus,/.-si, defin.-%u$\s,f -sio|i, adj. 
exhausting; tiresome; wearisome. | 
— sumas, sm. tiresomeness; weari- 
someness. 

Nuobara,-os, sf. wool gathered from 
sheep in the autumn. 

Nuobegis,-iOr*w- flowing off: discharge. 

Nuoboda,-os, sf wearisomeness; weari- 
ness; tediousness; | smf. a tedious 
person. 

Nuobodauti (-dauju,-davau,-dausiu), v. 
n. to feel dull; to feel bored. 

Nuobodingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. tedious; tiresome; wearisome. 
|— gai, adv. tediously. 

Nuobodulis,-io, #??*. tedium ; tediousness; 
a tedious person. Nuobodulio pasaka, 
a tedious tale, Nuobodulio pasakq 
sekti, to be tedious; to talk idly; to 
use many words of no importance. 

Nuobodumas,-Oytfft. wearisomeness; tire- 
someness; tediousness. 

Nuobodus,/. -di, ntr. -du, defin. -dusis,/. 
-dzio|i, adj. tedious; wearisome; tire- 
some. I— dziai, adv. tediously; weari- 
somely. 



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Nuobostis, -ies, sf. = Nuoboda. 

Nuobraukos,-ij, sf. pi. tow; swingling 
tow. 

Nuodaga,-os, sf. burn; scald. 

Nuodai,-i{, sm. pi. poison ; venom ; bane; 
virus. 

Nuodegulis,-io, sm. firebrand; fire-stick. 

Huodem, adv. totally; utterly; entirely; 
wholly; thoroughly. 

Nuodeme,-es, sf sin; trespass; iniquity. 

Nuodemingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji f 
adj. sinful. I— gai, adv. sinfully. 

Nuodemklausis,-io, sm. confessor; fath- 
er-confessor. 

Nuodingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 
poisonous; venomous; virulent; 
pestilential. 

Nuodingumas,-o, sm. ppisonousness; vir- 
ulence. 

Nuodininkas,/. -ke, *. poisoner; poison 
maker. 

Nuodyti(-diju,-dijau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
poison ;,/*#. to taint; to mar; to im- 
pair. 

Nuodytojas,/-ja, *. poisoner. 

Nuodmauda,-os, sf. hot. hemlock. Cicu- 
ta virosa. 

Nuodugnus,/. -ni, defin. -nusis, /. -nio|i, 
adj. fundamental; thorough; pro- 
found ; radical. J— niai,a^r. thorough- 
ly; radically. 

Nuoduotas,/.-ta, adj. poisoned ; covered 
with poison; infectecd with poison. 

Nuoeiga,-os, sf going off; retreat ;[nuo- 
laidi vieta] declivity ; slope. 

Nuog, = Nuo. 

Nuoganda,-os, sf. terror; fright; horror; 
(disaster; calamity. 

Nuogas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 
naked ;bare; nude. |— gai, adv. naked- 
ly, barely. 

Nuogastis,-ies, sf. terror; fright. 

Nuogybe,-es, sf nakedness; nudity;^, 
indigence; poverty. 

Nuoginti, see Apnuoginti, Nunuogintt. 

Nuogyste,-es, sf nakedness; nudity; fig. 
poverty. 

Nuograibos,-i|,V- P*- skimmings. 

Nuogra|ai,-i|, sf pi. skimmings; cream. 

Nuogrebos, Nuogrebstos,-i£, */. pi. scrap- 
ings; that which is gathered or col- 
lected by raking. 

Nuogriauza, -os, */. gnawed or picked 
piece. 



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Nuogumas,-o, sm. nakedness; nudity. 

Nuo|aiita,-os, tf. foreboding; anticipa- 
tion; presentiment. 

Nuo|iega,-os, $/*. faculty; ability; pow- 
er; force. 

Nuojiegumas, -o, sm. ability; faculty; 
power. 

Nuo|iegus,/.-gi, defin.-qush,f.-q\o\l, adj. 
able; powerful; having power. 

Nuokalbesis,-io, jwi. talk; familiar dis- 
course; conversation. 

Nuoiaida,-os, tf. slope; declivity; (abate- 
ment; discount; rebate. 

Nuolaidumas,-o, sm. declivity; obliqui- 
ty;! compliance; submission; sub- 
missiveness;| humbleness. 

Nuolaidus,/ -di, adj. sloping; pending; 
shelving; | compliant; submissive; 
humble. 

Nuolaim^-os, tf. foreboding; foretoken; 
prognostic. 

Nuolankiai, adv. submissively; humbly; 
obediently. 

Nuolankumas, -o, sm. submissiveness; 
humility; humbleness; obedience. 

Huo\Mkus 1 f'k\ t defin.'ku%\s t f.'k\oll t adj. 
submissive; obedient; humble. 

Nuolat, Nuoiatai, Nuoiatos, adv. uninter- 
ruptedly; continually; incessantly. 

Nuolauia, -os, tf. fragment; broken 
piece. 

Nuoma,-os, tf. rent; rental; [palukis] 
usury. 

Nuomara,-os, tf. epilepsy. 

Nuomarnlnkas,/.-kd; Nuomaronis,/.-ne, *. 
epileptic. 

Nuomata,-os, tf. outcast; castaway. 

Nuomatingas,/. -q&,defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. measured; commensurate. | 
— gal, adv. commensurately. 

Nuomauti (-mauju,-mavau,-mausiu), v. 
a. to rent. | v.n. to practice usury. 
see Nuominlnkauti. 

Nuomavimas,-o, sm. renting; rent; [pa- 
luki% emimas] practicing of usury. 

Nuometas,-o, dim. -tells, sm. head-dress; 
veil. 

Nuometuotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, 
adj. covered with nuombtas; veiled. 

Nuometuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu) v. a. 
to cover with nuomktas; to veil. 

Nuomininkas,/.-ke, *. renter; [palukinin- 
kas\ usurer. 



217 Nuosavyb* 

Nuominlnkauti (-kau j u, -kavau, -kausiu), 
v.n. to practice usury. 

Nuomininkyst6,-es, tf. usury; practice 
of usury. 

Nuomininki§kas,/.-ka/fe/S». -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. usurious. |— kai, adv. usuriously. 

Nuominis,/. -ne, adj. of usury; usurious. 

Nuomirulis,/.-le, *. epileptic;|epilepsy. 

Nuomislis,-ies,«/'. consideration; intent. 

Nuomone,-es, sf. mind; opinion; senti- 
ment; judgement. Ant nuomanes, 
at random. 

Nuomoniauti(-niauju,-niavau,-niausiu), 
v.n. to consider; to think; to reflect; 
to ponder. 

Nuomoniavimas, -o, sm. consideration; 
thinking; reflection; pondering. 

NuopeJnas,-o, #m. merit; desert. Pagal 
nuopelnus, deservedly. 

Nuopenis,-io, sm. poison; venom. 

Nuopertas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 
self-willed; willful; obstinate; stub- 
born. 

Nuopertautl (-tauju,-tavau, -tausiu), v. 
n. to be self-willed; to be obstinate 
or stubborn. 

Nuopertumas,-o, sm. self-will; obstina- 
cy; willfulness. 

Nuopielos,-«|, sf pi. file dust; filings. 

Nuopiova,-os, sf. anything cut off; cut; 
segment. 

Nuoplakos,-i{, sf pi. swingling tow. 

Nuople&a, -os, sf spoil; booty; prey; 
plunder. 

Nuopuolis,-io, sm. fall; downfall; deca- 
dence; decay; | calamity; misery. 

Nuorasas,-o, sm. copy; transcript. 

Nuoreg^-os, tf. sagacity; perspicacity. 

Nuoregus,/.-gi, <fe/S/i.-gusis,/.-gioji, adj. 
prespicacious; sagacious; acute. | 
— giai, adv. prcspicaciously; sagaci- 
ously. 

Nuosaik*,-os, tf temperance; modera- 
tion. 

Nuosaikumas,-o, sm. moderateness; tern- 
perateness. 

Nuosaikus,/. -ki, defin. -kusis, /. -kio|i, 
adj. moderate; temperate; reason- 
able. |— kiai, adv. moderately. 

Nuosakus, = Nuosbklub. 

Nuosavas,/.-va, de/fn.-vasis, /.-voji, adj. 
own; private. 

Nuosavyb6,-es, tf. ownership; property. 



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Nuosedos 

Nuosedos,-i|, */. pi. sediments; settlings; 
lees; dregs. 

Nuosekliai, adv. consequently; conse- 
quentially. 

Nuosekiumas, -0, sm. consequentness; 
consequentialness. 

Nuoseklus,/.-li, deftn.. \us\s,f -lioji, adj. 
consequent; consequential. 

Nuoskauda,-os, sf. injury ; wrong; harm. 

Nuo8klaidus,/.-dl,^n. -dusis,/. -dzio|i. 
adj. sloping; declivous; declivitous. 

Nuoskunda,-os, sf. complaint. 

Nuosprendis, -dilo, sm. decree; doom; 
sentence; verdict; decision; judg- 
ment. 

Nuostaba,-os, sf. amaze; amazement; 
astonishment. 

Nuostabus,/. -bi, deft n. -busis,/. -bioji, adj. 
astonishing; amazing; astounding.) 
— biai, adv. astonishingly ;astound- 
ingly. | — bumas,#m. astonishment; 
amazement. 

Nuostolius,-iaus, sm. loss; damage; de- 
triment. 

Nuosaiiai, adv. aside; apart; apart from. 

Nuosalis,-io, sm. by-place; privacy sol- 
itude. 

Nuoialus,/.-H, deftn. -I us is,/, -lioji, adj. 
lonely; solitary; secluded. 

Nuosimtis,-£io, *w.per cent; percentage. 

Nuosirdumas,-o, sm. heartiness; cordial- 
ity. 

Nuosirdus,/. -di, deftn. -dusis, /. -dzioji, 
adj. hearty; cordial; heartfelt; ten- 
der. 

Nuosirdziai, adv. heartily; cordially; 
affectionately. 

Nuosovis,-io, sm. [Kr.] swiftness of the 
stream. 

Nuotaka,-os, sf. bride ;| descent of land; 
gradual slope ;)gutter; sewer. 

NuotakusJ'.-ki, d^n.-kusis,/. -kioji, adj. 
sloping; declivous; declivitous. 

Nuotarios,-iij, sf. .pi. suspicion; [prieta- 
rai] superstition. 

Nuotarme,-es, sf. decision; doom; de- 
cree; sentence. 

Nuotartis,-ies, */. suspicion; distrust; 
mistrust; | decree; decision. 

Nuotolaik, adv. from that time; hence- 
forth. 

Nuotrauka,-os, sf. piece torn off; frag- 
ment. 



218 Nuplaukti 

Nuotrine, = NothrlE. 

Nuotrupa,-os,*/. crumb; fragment; frac- 
tion. 

Nuovada,-os, sf [vandens] drain ; drain- 
-pipe; channel ;[policyos] district po- 
lice station. 

Nuovalos,-i£, sf. pi. afterbirth; sec un- 
dines; placenta. 

NuovargIs,-io, sm. weariness; lassitude; 
fatigue; exhaustion. 

Nuovaros,-ij, sf.pl. scum;scummings. 

NuovelkaliS,-io, sm. deed; product; pro- 
duction. 

Nuovoka,-os, sf. understanding; com- 
prehension. 

Nuozmetl (-meju,-mejau,-mesiu), v. n. 
to grow wild ; to become savage. 

Nuozmybe,-es, sf fierceness; ferocity; 
savageness; violence; outrageous 
passion; vehemence; fury. 

Nuozmumas, = Nuo£myb£. 

Nuozmus,/. -mi, deftn. -musis, /. -mioji, 
adj. savage; barbarous; fierce; fell; 
ravenous; terrible. |-miai, adv. sav- 
agely; barbarously. 

Nuozulniai, adv. obliquely; slopingly. 

Nuoiulnus,/.-ni, d«/ln.-nusis,/.-nio|i, adj. 
oblique; sloping; declivitous. 

Nuozvalga,-os, sf. perspicacity. 

Nuozvalgus,/. -gi, deftn. -gusis, /. -gioji, 
adj. perspicacious; quick-sighted; 
keen. I— giai, adv. perspicaciously. | 
— gumas, sm. perspicaciousness; per- 
spicacity. 

Nuozvilgis,-io, sm. = Nuo2valoa. 

Nupelnyti (-nau,-niau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
merit; to deserve; to gain; to earn. 

Nupeneti (-nu, -nejau, -neshi), v. a. to 
fatten ; to make fat. 

Nuperti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to beat 
with a brushwood; to whip; to flog. 

Nupesioti (-§ioju,-siojau,-siosiu),t>. frq. % 
Nupesti (-siu,-siau,-siu),t>.a. to pluck 
off; to plume. 

Nupiauti (-piauju,-pioviau,-piausiu), v. 
a. to cut off; to cut down ;[$ienq] to 
finish mowing; [javus] to finish 
reaping ;[sqnar(] to amputate. 

Nupirkti (-perku,-pirkau,-pirksiu), v.a. 
to buy; to purchase. 

Nuplakti (-ku,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to beat; 
to whip; to lash. 

Nuplaukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. n. to 



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Nuplautl 



swim away; [laivu] to sail away; to 

sail to. 
Nuplauti (-plauju,-ploviau,-plausiu), v. 

a. to wash away; to wash off. 
Nuplelti (-siu,-8iau,-siu), v. a. to tear 

off; to strip off. 
Nupliekti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to beat 

soundly; to drub; to oudgel. 
Nuplikti (-plinku,-plikau,-pliksiu), v.n. 

to turn bald; to become bald; fig. 

to fall into poverty. 
Nuplovimas,-0,«m. washing off or away . 
Nuplukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. a. to fin- 
ish swingling. 
Nuprusti (-stu,-sau,-siu) t t>.n. to become 

f air-complexioned . 
Nupuldyti (-dau,-diiau,-dysiu), v. a. to 

cause fo fall down; to ruin. 
Nupulti (-puolu, -puoliau, -pulsiu), v. 

n. to fall down; to drop down; to be 

fallen; to be ruined. 
Nupuoleiis, /. -le, s. anything fallen 

down. Doriikas — , morally down- 
fallen person. 
Nupuolimas,-o, sm. fall; downfall. 
Nupusti (-ciu,-ciau,-siu), v.a. to blow 

away; to blow off. 
Nuputi (-puvu,-puvau,-pusiu), v. n. to 

rot off; to putrefy and fall off. 
Mupuves,/.-viisI f pW. rotten off. 
Nuraminti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to ap- 
pease; to quiet; to calm; to console. 
Mura$yti(-§au,-Siau,-§ysiu), v.a. to write 

off; to copy; — kam laiSkq, to write 

a letter to one. 
Nuralkyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 

pluck off; to pick off. 
Nurauti(-rauju,-roviau, -rausiu), v. a. 

to pluck off ; to eradicate; to root 

up. 
Nurimti (-mstu, -mau, -msiu), v. n. to 

compose one's self; to become quiet. 
Nurodyaias,-o, sm. indication; showing. 
Nurodyti (-dau,-diiau, -dysiu), v. a. to 

indicate; to show. 
Nurtus,/-tl, adj. hardmouthed. 
Nusemti (-miu,-miau, -msiu), v. a. to 

draw off; to scoop off. 
Nusesti (-sgdu,-s$dau, -sesiu), v. n. to 

light down; to light off; to descend; 

— nuo arklio, to light off a horse ;| to 

settle; to fall to the bottom. 
Villi-, a prefix to verbs and verbal nouns 



219 Nuslkaltimas 

consisting of inseparable prepos. NU-, 
and refl. part. -si-. 

Nusiauti (-aunu,-aviau,-ausiu), v.rfl. to 
undress one's feet; to discalceate 
one's self. 

Nusibaigti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v. rfl. to 
come to an end; to be finished; | to 
expire; to die. 

Nusibaladoti(-doju,-dojau,-dosiu),i?.r#. 
colloq. to come to; to arrive at. 

Nusibastyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v. rfi. 
to ramble to; to stroll to; to arrive 
at by rambling about. 

Nusiblaiveti (-viu,-vejau, -vesiu), Nusi- 
blaivinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), Nusiblaivyti 
(-vau,-viau,-vysiu), v. rfl. to grow 
sober; to clear up; to grow serene 
and clear. 

Nusidavimas,-0, sm. event; occurence. 

Nusideielis,/.-le f #. offender; transgres- 
sor; trespasser. 

Nusidejimas,-o, sm. offense; guilt; trans- 
gression. 

Nusideti (-dedu f -dejau,-desiu), v.rfl. to 
sin; to transgress; to offend; to tres- 
pass; to commit an offense. 

Nusidirbti(-bu,-bau t -bsiu), v.rfl. to fin- 
ish one's work; to be weary of work. 

Nusidriekti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v rfl. to 
stretch down. 

Nusiduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v. 
rfl, [pavykti] to succeed; [atsitikti] 
to happen; to occur; to take place; 
[nukeliauti] to betake one's self to; 
to go to. 

Nusidziaugti(-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.rfl. to 
rejoice at. 

Nusidziovinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. rfl. to 
free one's self from moisture; to 
dry one's self. 

Nusigasti (-gastu,-gandau,-gasiu), v.rfl. 
to be struck with fear or terror; to 
startle. 

Nusigydyti (-dau,-diiau, -dysiu), v. rfl. 
to remove by medicines; to cure. 

Nusigrasyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v. rfl. to 
get rid of; to free one's self from. 

Nusijuokti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. rfl. to 
laugh; to break into laughter. 

Nusikaisti (-lstu,-ltau f -lsiu), v.rfl. to be- 
come guilty; to commit an offense; 
to trespass; to transgress. 

Nusikaltimas,-o, sm. offense; transgres- 
sion; trespass; crime. 



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Nusikiausytl 220 

Nusikiausyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.rfl. to 

learn by ear; to overhear. 
Nusikratyti (-tau, -ciau, -tysiu), v. rfl. 
to shake off from one's self; fig. to 
free one's self from; to get rid of. 
Nusikraustyti (-stau, -sciau, -sty si u), v. 
rfl. to move one's self to; to shift 
from one place to another. 
Nusilauzti (-ziu, -ziau, -8iu), v. rfl. to 
break off for oneself; — rankq, kojq, 
' sprandq, to break one's arm, leg or 

neck. 
Nusiieisti (-leid£iu,-leidau,-leisiu),t>.r/f. 
to get down; to descend; to light 
down: | — ham, to yield; to submit. 
Nusiienkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. rfl. 
(kam) to bow to one; fig. to give in 
to one; to yield assent. 
Nusilpneti (-neju,-n§jau,-n6siu), Nusiip- 
ti (-pstu f -pau,-psiu),t>.n. to lose one's 
strength; to become weak. 
Nusimines, /. -nusi, prt. discouraged; 
dispirited; fallen into despair; de- 
spairing. 
Nusiminimas,-o, sm. despair; hopeless- 
ness. 
Nusiminti (-menu,-miniau,-nsiu), v. rfl. 
to lose courage; to despond; to de- 
spair; to fall into despair. 
Nusipenejes,/.-jusi,prl. fat; stout. 
Nusisekti (-seku,-kiau,-seksiu), v.rfl. to 

succeed. 
Nusistebejimas, -o, sm. astonishment; 

amazement. 
Nusistebeti (-bu,-bejau,-besiu), v.rfl. to 
be astonished; to be surprised or 
amazed. 
Nusistebetinai, adv. amazingly; surpris- 
ingly. 
Nusistoti (-stoju,-stojau,-stosiu), v. rfl. 

to settle; to subside. 
NusiSeres,/. -rusi, prt. tarnished. 
Nusiserti (-riu,-riau,rsiu), v.rfl. to tar- 
nish; to lose color; to fade; | to 
moult; to mew; to shed; to cast. 
Nusisypsojimas,-o, sm. smiling; smile. 
Nusisypsoti (-soju,-sojau,-sosiu), v. rfl. 

to smile. 
Nusitikejimas,-o, sm. confidence; trust; 

hope. 
Nusitiketi (-kiu,-kejau,-kesiu), v. rfl. to 

put one's trust in. 
Nustysti (-siunciu,-siunciau,-siu.9iu), v. 
a. to send. 



Nusmukti 

Nusivalyti (-lau, -liau, -lysiu), v. rfl. to 
clean one's self. 

Nusizeminimas,-o, sm. humiliation; hu- 
mility; humbleness. 

Nusizeminti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
humble one's self; to stoop. 

Nusizengimas,-o, *™. trespass; offense. 

Nusizengti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. rfl. to 
offend; to transgress; to trespass. 

Nuskabti (-biu,-biau,-bsiu),t>.a. to pluck 
off. 

Nuskandinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a.tosink; 

— laivq, to sink a ship. 

Nuskarelis,/.-le, *. ragged person; rag- 
abash. 

Nuskares,/.-rusi,i>r*. ragged; tattered; 

poor. 
Nuskarii (-skaru,-skarau,-rsiu), v. n. to 

become tattered; to become poor or 

indigent. 
Nuskausti(-skaudziu,-skaudziau,-skau- 

siu), v.a. to harm; to hurt. 

Nuskesti (-skgstu,-skendau, -skesiu), v. 
n. to sink; to founder. 

Nuskinti (-nu,-niau,-nsiu), v.a. to pluck 
off; to cull; — gety, to cull a flower. 

Nuskurdeiis,/.-le, s. indigent person. 

Nuskurelis, /.-le, *. ragabash. 

Nuskursti (-rstu,-rdau,-rsiu), v.n. to be- 
come poor; to fall into poverty. 

Nuskurti (-ru,-rau,-rsiu), v.n. to become 
tattered; to become poor. 

Nuskusti (-skutu,-skutau, -skusiu), v.a. 
to scrape off; to shave off ; fig. colloq. 
to fleece; to skin; lo extort. 

Nuskutos y -i|, sf. pi. scrapings; shavings. 

Nuslinkti (-slenku, -slinkau, -slinksiu), 
v.n. to crawl down; to creep off; to 
sneak down; [apie plaukus] to fall 
down. 

Nuslopinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to sup- 
press; to stifle; to put down. 

Nusmaugti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to 
suffocate; to stifle; to strangle; to 
choke. 

Nusmelkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
suppress; to put down; to stifle; | to 
stun. 

Nusmukti (-smunku,-smukau,-ksiu), v. 
n. to slip off; to fall down; — ham 
nuo koto, (fig.), to become unable to 
proceed with one's words or argu- 
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NusDiisti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v. n. to take 
{or have) a short sleep; to nap. 

Nuspausti (-spaudziu f -spaudiiau,-spau- 
siu), v.a. to press down; to hurt by 
pressing upon. 

Nuspjsti (-spindu,-spindau,-spinsiu), v. 
n. to begin to shine; to irradiate. 

Nusprendimas,-o, sm. resolution; decis- 
ion. 

NusprfSti(-sprendiiu,-sprendziau,-spr§- 
siu), v.a. to decide; to determine. 

Nusprogti (-gstu t -gau,-gsiu), v.n.(vutg.) 
to perish; to die. 

Nusiabdyti (-dau,-dziau t -dysiu), v. a to 
stop; to restrain; to check. 

NustaJb$$,/.-busi,pr*. stale; flat; vapid. 

Nustalbti (-bitu,-bau,-bsiu), v.n. to be- 
come stale or vapid. 

Nustatyti (-statau,-sta£iau,-statysiu), v. 
a. to set; to fix. 

Nustebinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to as- 
tonish; to amaze; to surprize. 

Nustebti (-stembu.-stebau, -stebsiu), v. 
n. to get startled; to be astonished. 

Nubstelbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 
smother; to stifle; to suffocate. 

Nustoti (-stoju,-stojau,-stosiu), v. n. to 
cease; to discontinue; to desist; to 
stop; [netekti] to lose. 

Nustumti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 
push down; to push off or away. 

Nusudyti (-diju,-dijau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
sentence; to condemn. 

Nusunkimas,-o, sm. decantation. 

Nusunkti t-kiu,-kiau f -ksiu), v. a. to de- 
cant. 

Nususelis,/.-le, s. {vulg.) scabby person. 

Nususes,/.-susi, prt. scabby; scurvy. 

Nususimas,-o, sm. scabbiness; scabbed- 
ness. 

Nususti (-sustu,-sau,-susiu), v.n. to be 
scabby. 

Nusvilintt (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),».a. to singe; 
to scorch. 

Nusvilti (-svjlu f -svilau,-svilsiu), v.n. to 
be scorched. 

Nusvirti (-svjru.-svirau, -svirsiu), v. n. 
to hang down; to sway; to swag. 

Nuialdyti (-dau,-d£iau t -dysiu), v. a. to 
freeze off; to freeze away. 

Nuialti (-§flu,-5alau, -Salsiu), v. n. to 
catch cold. | v.a. to freeze off. 

Ntiiaielis,/.-Je, *. scabby or scurvy per- 
son. 



Nutirpti 



Nuiasti (-§tu,-Sau,-8iu), v.n. to become 

scabby or scurfy. 
Nusauti(-sauju,-soviau,-sausiu), v.a. to 

shoot; to kill. 
Nusluostyti (-stau,-s£iau,-tysiu), v.a. to 

wipe; to wipe dry. 
Nuiluoti (-Sluoju,-8laviau,-§luosiu),?>.a. 

to sweep away; to sweep off. 
NutnypSti(-§£iu,-sciau, -snypsiu), v. a. 

[nos\\ to blow (the nose); {colloq.) to 

whisper about; to tell secretly. 
Nususti (-§untu,-§utau,-susiu), v. n. to 

be scalded ;| to fade; to lose color. 
Nuiutinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. to scald. 
Nusviesti (-Svieciu, -sviefciau, -sviesiu), 

v.a. to light; to illuminate; to shine 

upon. 
fiuivisti (-Svintu t -Svitau,-Svisiu), v.n. to 

clear up; to begin to shine. 
Nutarpinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to melt 

from or away. 
Nutarti (-riu t -riau,-rsiu), v.a. to deter- 
mine; to resolve; to decide. 
Nutauteti(-teju,-jau,-siu), v. n. to lose 

one's nationality. 
Nuteisti(-siu,-siau,-siu),#.a. to sentence; 

10 condemn. 
Nuteketl (-ku, -kSjau, -kesiu), v. n. to 

flow away ; [tit vyro] to marry one; 

to be married to. 
Nutekinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.rt. to let off; 

to let flow; [nusunkti] to decant: — 

kraujq, to let off blood; [ant tehilo] 

to turn. 
Nuterioti (-rioju,-riojau,-riosiu), v.a. to 

destroy; to extirpate; to exterminate. 
Nutikti (-tinka, tiko,-tiks), v. impers. to 

happen; to occur. 
Nutildyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 

still; to quiet; to silence; to appease; 

to calm; to check; to suppress. 
Nutylimas,-o, sm. stillness; quietness. 
Nutilti (-t£lu,-Lilau t -tilsiii), v.n. to be- 
come still; to become silent; to be 

silent; to be quiet. Nuttik! keep qui- 
et! silence! listen! 
Nutirpdinti (-nu, -nnu, -nsiu), v. a. to 

numb; to make torpid; to stiffen; 

[nutarpinti] to melt off from. 
Nutirplmas, -o, sm. torpor; torpidness; 

numbness; | melting off from. 
Nutirpti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu),t\n. to grow 

numb; to become torpid; | to melt 

away. 



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222 



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v. n. 



Nutolti (-lstu, -tolau,-lsiu), v.n. to re- 
move; to deviate; tosverve. 
Nutraukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to pull 

down; | to tear off; to break off. 
Nutrenkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),t>.a. to hurt 
by a severe blow; to kill by a severe 
blow. 
NutreSti (-Siu,-§iau,-siu), v. a. to man- 
ure; to fertilize; to batten. 
Nutrinti (-nu,-niau,-nsiu), v. a. to rub 
off or away; to wipe off; [odq] to 
gall. 
Nutruktgalvis,/.-ve, *. madcap. 
Nutrukti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. 

break; to break loose. 
Nutukelis,/.-le,«. plump person. 
Nutukes,/.-kusi,i>r*. fat; plump. 
Nutukti (-tunku,-tukau, -tuksiu), 

to fatten; to become fat. 
Nutupti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v.n. to light 

on; to perch. 
Nutureti (-riii, -rSjau, -r6siu), v. a. to 

keep fast; to hold fast. 
Nutverti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to seize; 

to catch. 
Nuvaldyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
be able to manage; to check; to re- 
strain. 
Nuvalyti (-lau,-liau,-lysiu),u.a. to clean; 

to cleanse; to make clean. 
Nuvargelis,/. -le, s. poor person; one 

weary of life. 
Nuvargimas,-o,ff"i- weariness; exhaus- 
tion. 
Nuvarginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to tire; 

to weary; to fatigue. 
Nuvargti (-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to be 

tired; to be weary. 
Nuvaryti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 
drive down; to drive away; to drive 
to. 
Nuvaziuoti (-ziuoju,-ziavau,-ziuosiu), v. 
n. to get to a place in a carriage; to 
ride to; to ride away. 
Nuveikiamas f /.-ma, d^n.-masis,/.-mo|i, 
prt. performable; being in perform- 
ance. 
Nuveikti (-kiu,-kiau, ksiu), v.a. to have 

done; to have performed. 
Nuvykti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v. n. to get 

to ; to arrive at. 
Nuvilkti(-velku,-vilkau,-vilksiu), v. a. 
to drag to; [drapanas] to undress; 
to pull off clothes. 



Obtervaci|a 

Nuvirti (-verdu.-viriau, -virsiu), v.n. to 
boil out; to boil away. 

Nuvyti (-veju, -vijau, -vysiu), v. a. to 
drive away; to turn away; to chase 
away. 

Nuvokti (-kiu.-kiau, -ksiu), v. a. n. to 
comprehend; to understand; to con- 
ceive. 

Nuzeminimas,-o,*ro. humiliation; abase- 
ment; degradation. 

Nuzemin»as,/.-ta, defin..tn\%,f.4o\\, prt. 
humble; humbled; abased; degrad- 
ed. 

Nuzeminti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to low- 
er;! to degrade; to humble; to abase. 

Nuzengimas, -o, sm. descent; coming 
down. 

Nuzengti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.n. to de- 
scend ; to walk down ; to come down. 

Nuziureiima$,-o,*m. suspicion; mistrust. 

Nuziureti (-riu,-r§jau,-resiu), v.a. to ob- 
serve; to notice; | to suspect; to be 
suspicious of one. 

Nuzudymas,-o, sm. losing; loss; | execu- 
tion; murdering; assassination. 

Nuzudyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
lose;|to kill; to murder; to assassin- 
ate. 
Nuzuti (-zuvu,-iuvau f zusiu), v.n. to be 
lost; to perish*, to be killed; to die. 



o 



0, interj. O! ah! oh! alas! Viespatief 
O Lord! | conj. and; but. 

0azas,-o,*w. oasis. 

Obalsis,-io, sm. watchword. 

Obeie, = Obblis. 

Obelyne f -et,^., Obelynas, -o, sm. forest 
of apple trees; apple wood. 

Obelinis,/.-ne,ad/. of apple wood; made 
of apple wood. 

Obelis,-ies, sf. apple tree. 

Obeliskas,-o, sm. obelisk. 

Objektas,-o, sm. object. 

Ob|ektyviskas,/. -k*,defin. -kasis,/.-ko|i, 
adj. objective. |— kai, adv. objective- 
ly. 

Oblis,-io, sm. plane. 

Obliuoti (-liuoju.-liavau.-liuosiu), v. a. 

to plane. 
Observaci|a,-os, sf. observation; observ- 
ance. 



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Observatorija,-os, sf. observatory. 

Obsrus,-aus, sm. [Kr.] badger; brook. 

Obuoliauti (-liauju, -liavau, -liausiu), v. 
n. to gather apples. 

Obuoliene,-es, sf. applesauce; apple but- 
ter; [gira] cider. 

Obuolinis,/. -ne, adj. of apple; made of 
apples. 

Obuolys,-io, sm. apple. Bojaus — , pom- 
egranate. 

Obuolmu§is,/.-se, *• dappled horse. 

Oceanas,-o, sm. ocean. 

Oda,-os,*f. skin; hide; | ode; hymn. 

Odaminykla,-os,*/. tannery; tan-yard. 

Odaminys,/.-ne, *. tanner. 

OficialiSkas J. -ka, defi n. .kasis,/. -koji, adj. 
official. | — kai 9 adv. officially. 

Oficierius,-iaus, sm. officer; military of- 
ficer. 

0q\, adv. why yes; surely; aye. Ogi 
kaip, yes indeed. Ogi ar as* tinauf 
do I know? do you think I know? 

OglS,-es, sf. hot. marsh louse wort. Pe- 
dicularia palustris. 

Of, interj . oh ! ugh ! ah I alas ! 

Okulys,-io, sm. naught; cipher; zero. 

0la,-OS, */. hollow; cavity; cave; cav- 
ern. 

0!iuga,-os, sf. hole cut Into the ice (for 
fishing purposes). 

Omuo f -mens, sm. memory; remem- 
brance. IS omens, by heart. 

Ona,-os, */. Anna; Anne. 

Op, interj. hop I 

0pa,-OS, sf. wound; hurt. 

Opalas,-o,*m. min. opal. 

Opera,-os, */. opera. 

Operacija, -OS, sf. operation; surgical 
operation. 

Operatorius,-iaus,*tti. operator; perform- 
ing surgeon. 

Oponentas,/.-te, *. opponent; opposer. 

Oponuoti(-nuoju,-navau,-nuosiu), v. n. 
to oppose. 

Opozicija,-os, sf. opposition. 

Optika,-os, sf. optics. 

Optikas,-0, sm. optician. 

Optllkas,/.-ka, defin. .kasis,/. -koji, adj. 
optic; optical. 

Optimistas,/-te,#. optimist. 

Opumas,-o, sm. sensitiveness. 

Opus,/. -pi, ntr. -pu,defin. -pusis,/. -pio|i, 
adj. sensitive; susceptible of pain. 



Osiys 

Orakmenis,-io, sm. »rolite; meteorolite. 

Orakulas,-o, sm. oracle. 

Oralaide,-es, sf. air-hole; air-shaft. 

Orangutangas,-o, sm. zool. orang-outang. 

Oraryksie>es, sf. rainbow. 

Oras,-o,«fti. air; weather; atmosphere; 
[duotos falies] climate. Oroatmaina, 
change of weather. Stoka oro t want 
of air. Dregnas, sausas iaHes eras, 
moist ar dry climate. 

Ordenas,-o, sm. order. Kryteiviy — , Or- 
der of Knights of the Cross. 

Orderis,-io, sm. badge; order. 

Ordinariskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. ordinary; common. 

Ore, = Arimas. 

Organas,-o, sm. organ. 

OrganiSkas, / -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. organic; organical. 

Organizaci|a,-os, sf. organization. 

Organizmas,-o, sm. organism. 

Organizuoti(-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu),t>.a. 
to organize. | — s, v. rffl. to organize 
one's self. 

Orgi|a,-os,#/. orgies. 

Orientaiiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. oriental; eastern. 

Orientuotis (-tuoj uos, -ta vaus.-tuosiuos), 
v.rfl. to right one's self; to set one's 
self right. 

Originalas,-o, sm. original; [apie tmogy] 
original, quaint fellow. 

OriginaliSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. original. 

Originaliskumas,-o, sm. originality. 

Or in is, /-ne, adj. aerial; airy. 

Orkestra,-os, sf. orchestra. 

Orlaivis,-iO,«m. balloon; air-balloon; air- 
ship. 

Ornitologas,-o, sm. ornithologist. 

Ornitologija,-os, sf. ornithology; science 
of birds. 

Ornitologiskas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/ -koji, 
adj. ornithological. 

Orplaukis,/--ke, «. aeronaut. 

Ortografija,-os, */. orthography. 

Ortografiskas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. orthographic; orthographical. | 
— kai, adv. orthographically. 

Osimas,-o, sm. rustling; [vandens] purl- 
ing; murmuring. 

Oska, see Ozka. 

Oslys,-io, sm. [Kr.] babbler; prattler. 



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Oiti (-Siu,-8iau,-§iu), v. n. to rustle; to 
purl; to murmur. 

Ot, 0i&\, interj. there! look! 

Ovaci|a,-os, sf. ovation. 

Ovali§kas,/.-ka, defin..ka&\%,f -ko|l, adj. 
oval.|— kai, ado. ovally. 

Oxiduoti ( -d uo j u, -d a vau,-duosiu ),©.<*.». 
to oxidate; to oxidize. 

Oxygenas,-o, sm. oxygen. 

Ozalas, = Azuolas 

Ozbarzde,-es,*f. but. may lily; lily of 
the valley. Convalaria maialis. 

Ozek$nis,-io, sm. bot. spindle tree. Evo- 
nymus euro pee us. 

Ozelis,-io, [dim. of Ozys], sm. young 
he-goat; kid; orn. snipe; bot. burnet 
saxifrage. Pimpinellasaxifraga. 

Ozerskis,-io, sm. bot. box thorn. Lyci* 
um. 

Oziabarzde, = OzbarzdE. 

Oziai,-iit, sm. pi. trestle; horse; jaek. 

Ozinis,/.-ne,ad/. of he-goat. 

Ozys,-io f *w*. he-goat; buck; pi. buck; 
jack; horse; trestle; fig. freak; cap- 
rice ;Jfy. freakish fellow. 

Oziuotis(-ziuojuos,-ziavaus,-ziuosiuos), 
v.rfi. to be in heat (as a goat); fig. to 
be capricious. 

Ozka,-os, */. she goat. 

Ozkabarzdis,-dzio, sm. bot. goat beard ; 
goat marjoram; horsetail. Equise- 
tum arvense; bot. lily of the valley. 

Ozkaroze,-es, sj\ bot. willow herb. Equi- 
lobium. 

Ozkena,-os, sf. goatskin; goat fur. 

Ozkiena,-os, sf. goat's meat; kid meat. 

Ozkinga, defin.-$o\\, aaj.f. bearing; big 
with kid. 

Ozkininkas,/.-ke,«. goatherd; goat keep- 
er. 

Ozkinis,/.-n£, adj. of goat; goat's. 

Ozkuotis (-kuojuos,-kavaus, kuosi uos), 
v.rfi. to kid. 

Ozkutis,-6io, sm. kid. 



Pabalti 



Pa-, an inseparable preposition or pre- 
fix to verbs or verbal nouns. It 
marks that action expressed by the 
verb is lasting for some time; or it 
converts the imperfect verb into 
perfect and resuitative form. 



Paaiikitl (-k§ju,-k§jau,-kesiu), v. n. to 
clear up; to reveal it. 

PaaiSkinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to ex- 
plain. 

Paakinlmas, -o, sm. encouraging; in 
ducement. 

Paakinti (-nu,-nau, -nsiu), v. a. to en- 
courage; to incite; to cheer; to pro- 
mote. 

Paakiui, adv. ahead; forward; on. 

Paakstinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to stir 
up; to incite; to goad. 

Paalksnis,-io, sm. kind of mushroom. 

Paardyii (-dau,-dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
rip a little; to tear a little. 

Paarteti(-t6ju. tejau, -tesiu), v. n. to 
come nearer. 

PaaStrintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. to sharp- 
en; to make more sharp. 

Paaugi1inimas,-o, sm. elevation. 

PaaugStinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to el- 
evate; to raise. 

Paaugti (-gu,-gau,-gsiu), v. n. to grow 
taller or bigger; to grow a little. 

Paaukoti (-koju,-kavau,-kosiu), v. a. to 
sacrifice; to immolate; to offer up; 
fig. to devote. 

Paauksavimas,-o, sm. gilding. 

Paauksuotas,/-ta,pW. gilt; gilded. 

Paauksuoti (-suoju,-savau f -suosiu), v.a. 
to gild. 

Paausis y -io, sm. place below ear. 

Paazeris,-io, sm. country beside a lake; 
lakeside; lake country. 

Pabaidyti (-dau, dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
frighten; to scare. 

Pabalga,-os, sf. end; close; conclusion; 
finish. 

Pabaigti (-giu.-giatvgsiu),t>.a. to finish; 
to end; to conclude. 

Pabaigtuves,-iij> sf pi. feast or banquet 
after a kind of hard work has been 
completed. 

Pabaladoti (-doju,-dojau,-dosiu), t>.a. to 
knock a little; to tap. 

Pabal§s,/.-lusi,^r£. pale. 

PabalyMo, sm. place or country beside 
a marsh or swamp. 

Pabalke,-es, sf. place below a beam (in 
a building). 

Pabalnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v. a. to 
saddle. 

Pabalti (-balu,-balau, -balsiu), v. n. to 
turn pale; to become pale. 



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22o 



Pabandyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
try ; to make a trial. 

Pabanga, = Pabaiga. 

Pabarstyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v. a. to 
strew; to spread; to^sprinkle. 

Pabarti (-ru,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to censure; 
to blame; to chide; to reprove. 

Pabasta,-os, smf. vagabond: vagrant. 
| sf. vagrancy; vagabondage; vaga- 
bondry. 

Pabastunas,/.-ne, *. vagabond; vagrant; 
stroller. 

Pabauda,-os, sf. punishment; penalty; 
fine. 

Pabausti (-dziu,-dziau,-siu),f>.a. to pun- 
ish; to discipline; [todiiais] to re- 
primand; to rebuke; to chide. 

Pab$gelis,/.-le, *. fugitive; refugee; de- 
serter. 

Pabegima$,-o,*ro. flight; escape. 

Pabegti (-gu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to flee; to 
run away; to escape; to fly; | to be 
able to run. 

Pab*gunas,-o, sm. fugitive; refugee. 

Pabengti,= PABAiGTi. 

Pabarti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to strew; 
to scatter; to let fall; to drop. 

PabtriMs,*/. kind of mushroom. 

Pabesti (-bedu,-bedziau,-besiu), v. a. to 
dig a little. 

Pabiros, -4, sf. pi strewings; scatter- 
ings; refuse. 

Pabiurti (-rstu,-rau,-rsiu), v.n. to be or 
become nasty; to become odious. 

Pably*kelis,/.-le, s. pale faced person. 

Pabiudelis, /.-le, *. petulant or wanton 
person. 

Pablusti (-stu,-dau,-siu),t>.n. to become 
wanton; to become petulant; to be- 
come mad. 

Pabodas,-o,*m. loathsomeness; disgust; 
aversion. 

Pabodinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to dis- 
gust. 
Pabosti (-bostu,-dau,-bosiu), v.n. to be- 
come disgustful. 
Paboti(-boju, -bojau, -bosiu), v.a. to 

notice; to observe. 
PabovyU (-viju,vijau,-vysiu), v.a. to a- 

muse; to entertain; to divert. 
Pabraizyti (-iau, -ziau, -zysiu), v. a. to 
scratch a little; to scrawl; to scrib- 
ble a little. . 



Padaigos 

Pabrezti (-ziu,-iiau,-§iu), v.a. to under- 
line; to score; (coUoq.) — laiikq, to 
write a letter. 

Pabu&ais, ado. from house to house. 

Pabu5iavimas,-o, #>«. kissing; kiss. 

Pabu&iuoti (-ciuoju.-ciavau.-ciuosiu), v. 
a. to kiss; to osculate. 

Pabudinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to a- 
wake; to awaken ;to raise from sleep. 

Pabudis, = Pobudis. 

Pabugti (-bugstu,-bugau,-bugsiu), v. n. 
to take fright; to be frightened. 

Pabuklas,-o**m. implement ; instrument; 
tool. 

Pabulys, *io, sm. \Kr.] breeching har- 
ness; crupper. 

Pabusti (-bundu.-budau.-busiu), v.n. to 
awake; to start from sleep. 

Pabuti(-buvu,-buvau,-busiu), v.n. to 
stay or remain for a while. 

Pabuvoti(-voju,-vojau,-vosiu) f v.n. to 
have been in a place; to use to be 
somewhere. 

Pacientas,-o, sm. patient. 

Paceda,-os, sf. saving: thrift; economy. 

Pa6edyti(-diju,-dijau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
spare; to save. 

Pacedumas, -0, sm. frugality; saving- 
ness; thrift; economy. 

Paced us, /.-di, defin.4u%\s f f. -dzioji, adj. 
frugal; sparing; parsimonious; sav- 
ing; thrifty; economical. | — dziai, 
adv. sparingly; frugally; parsimoni- 
ously. 

Pa&angotius, -iaus, sm. shoemaker's 
strap: knee strap. 

Pa£iule,-es, sf. (Jam.) beloved wife. 

Pa£iulis,-io, sm.(fam. ) beloved husband. 

Pafiiuopti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. a. to 
catch; to seize; to arrest. 

Pafiiupineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v.a. to 
feel; to touch; to grope about. 

Pa£iute,-es, sf. (dim. of Pati) dear little 

wife. 
Pa£iuza,-os, sf. skate. 
Pa£tas,-o, sm. post; post-office; mail. 
Pani^ti kqpa&tu, to send by mail. 
Pa5tinis,/.-ne, adj. postal ; of post-office. 

Pattine marke, postage stamp. 
Pattorlus, -riaus, sm. postmaster; mail 

carrier. 
Padabone,-es, sf. liking; inclination. 
Padaigos,-4, */. pi pin- feathers. 



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Padaigoti 226 

Padaigoti (-goju,-gojau,-gosiu), v. n. to 

get pin-feathers. 
Padala,-os, sf. apportionment; division; 
partition;) disunion; variance; dif- 
ference. 
Padalymas, Padalinimas,-o, sm. dividing; 

division. 
Padalinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), Padalyti (-li- 
ju,-lijau,-lysiu), v. a. to apportion; 
to divide; to parcel out. 
Padalkos,-i|, sf. pi. lap. 
Padange, usually in tlie pi. Padanges,-4> 
sf regions below heaven; skies; at- 
mosphere. 
Padanginis,/.-ne, adj. subcelestial; ter- 
restrial. 
Padanginys,-io, sm. building raised on 

posts; crib; shed. 
Padaras,-o, sm. too]; instrument; imple- 
ment; utensil. 
Padargas,-o, sm. house furniture; im- 
plement; utensil. 
Padarine,-es, sf. instrument; tool; im- 
plement. 
Padaryti ( rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 

make; to produce; to form. 
Padas,-o, sm. sole. 

PadauginImas,-o, sm. multiplication. 
Padauginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to mul- 
tiply; to increase. 
Padaug in to|as, /. -|a, s. multiplicator; 

multiplier. 
Padaukas,-o,*m. deuce. Eikpopadauk%, 

go to the deuce. 
Padauza,-os, smf vagabond; vagrant; 

stroller. 
Padauzyti(-zau,-ziau,-zysiu), v.frq., Pa- 
dauzti (-ziu,-ziau,-Siu),t?.a. to beat or 
knock a little. Padautyti kam pa- 
akius, to give one black eyes. 
Padavadijimas, -o, sm. regulation; ar- 
rangement; order. 
Padavadyti (-diju,-dijau,-dysiu), v. a. to 

arrange; to settle; to regulate. 
Padavejas,/. -ja, *. one who gives or 

reaches; giver. 
Padavimas, -o, sm. giving; handing; 

reaching; | tradition. 
Padavineti (-neju,-nejau t -nesiu),t>.a./rtf. 

to give; to hand; to reach. 
Padazalas,-o,*m. sauce; gravy. 
Padazanas,/. -na, adj. ominous; unlucky; 
fatal. Padaianos dienos, fatal days 



Padyvas 

(in which any important deed 
should be forborne). 

Padegejas,/.-|a, *. incendiary. 

Padegelis,/.-le, *. person ruined by Are. 

Padegimas,-o, sm. setting fire to. 

Padegti (-gu,-giau,-gsiu), v. a. to set a 
fire to; to incend. 

Padejejas,/.-ja, s. helper; aider; assist- 
ant. 

Padejimas,-o, sm. lying; putting; | situ- 
ation; position; state; condition; 
circumstances; |aid; help. 8u Dievo 
padyimu, with the help of God. 

Padeka, -os, sf. thanks; gratitude; 
thanksgiving; thankfulness; ac- 
knowlegdment. 

Padekojimas,-o, sm. thanking; thanks- 
giving. 

Padekone, = PadEka. 

Padekotl (-koju,-kojau, -kosiu), v. a. to 
thank; to give thanks. 

Padelys,-io, sm. anything put or laid 
beneath; [kiausinis] nest-egg. 

Paderme,-es, sf species; kind; race; de- 
scent; generation. 

Padeti (-dedu, -de\jau," -desiu), v. a. to 
put down; to place; to lay; I to help. 

Padeto|as,/.-ja, s. helper; assistant. 

Padideti (-d6ju,-dejau,-desiu), v. n. to 
increase. 

Padidinantis,/. -ti, defln. -tysis^f. -6io|i, adj. 
magnifying; — stiklas, magnifying 
glass; microscope. 

Padidinlmas,-o, sm. enlarging; enlarge- 
ment. 

Padidinti (-nu.-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to mag- 
nify; to enlarge; to augment; to in- 
crease. 

Padidti (-dindu,-didau,-didsiu),«. n. to 
increase. 

Padieniui, adv. by the day; on alternate 
days. 

PadievinImas,*o, sm. deification; apo- 
theosis. 

Padievinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to dei- 
fy ; to apotheosize. 

Padirbimas,-o, sm. making; make. 

Padirbti (-bu,-bau,-bsiu), v.a. to make; 
to make ready; to perform. I v.n. to 
work a little. 

Padirve,-es, sf. place beside a field. 

Padyvas,-o, sm. resentment; astonish- 
ment; amazement. 



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Padyvyti(-viju,-vijau,-vysiu), v. a. to 
take amiss; to take offense; to be 
displeased; to resent. 
Padkava,-os, sf. horseshoe. 

Padonas,/.-ne, *. subject; dependent. 

Padonyste,-es, sf. subjection; submis- 
sion; dependence. 

Padonilkas, /. »ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. subject; submissive; subservi- 
ent. | t-kai, adv. subjectively; sub- 
serviently; submissively. 

Padoriai, adv. decently; properly; fitly. 

Padoryba,-**, sf. decency; fitness; pro- 
priety. 

Padoringas, /. -ga, defin. -gas is,/. -go|i, 
adj. moral; good natured; decent; 
proper. |—gai,adt>. decently. |— gumas, 
sm. decency; propriety. 

Padorumas, -o, sm. decency; fitness; 
propriety. 

Padorus,/.-ri,ck/to. -rusis,/. -rio|i, adj. 
good natured; moral: decent; prop- 
er. 

Padotkai,4|, sm. pi. impost; tax; duty. 

Padraikos,-q, sf. pi dispersed or scat- 
tered straw or hay; litter straw. 

Padriba,-os, sf. puff (under the eye); 
(pagurkles), wattle; gill. 

Padrutinimas,-o, *"»• strengthening; for- 
tifying; confirmation. 

Padrutinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
strengthen; to make more strong; 
to fortify; to confirm. 

Padugnes,-i4,*/.pJ. sediment; dregs; lees. 

Padukeiis,/. -le, *. madman; maniac; 
madcap; insane one. 

Padukes,/.-kusi,4>rt. mad; distracted; 
insane; frantic; furious. 

Padukimas,-o, Padukis,-lo, sm. madness; 
frenzy; rage; fury; craziness; insani- 
ty. 

Paduksis,-io, sm. [Kr.] hope; confidence; 
trust. 

Padukti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to be- 
come mad; to rage; to rave. 

Padukusiai, adv. furiously; madly. 

Padume,-es, sf. f umage. 

Padumoti (-moju,-mojau,-mosiu), v. n. 
to think a little; to consider; to re- 
flect a little. 

Paduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v. a- 
to give; to hand; to reach; — broUS- 
kqrankq, to render one fraternal 



227 Pagailingas 

aid; — kq i sudq, to impeach one in 
court. * 

Padurkai,-i|, sm. pi. lap; the lower part 
of a skirt. 

Padurmai, adv. immediately after; 
close at the heels. 

Paduses,/.-su$i,prt. puffing; panting; 
blowing hard; [padvises] smelling 
badly. 

Padusti (-stu,-sau,-8iu), v.n. to be out 
of breath; to breathe hard ;| to smell 
badly ; to have a bad smell. 

Paduska,-os, */. pillow. 

Padvaris,-lo, sm. court-yard. 

Padveselis,/.-le, *. starveling. 

Padvesti (-siu,-siau,-siu), v.n. to perish; 
to die (said of animals). 

Padvises, /. -susi, prt. having a bad 
smell. 

Padvisti (-stu, -sau, -siu), v.n. to have a 
bad smell. 

Paeiga,-os, sf. origin; rise. 

Paeilinfs,/.-ne, adj. successive; consec- 
utive. 

Paeiliui, adv. one after another; consec- 
utively. 

Paeilumas-o, sm. succession, series; fre- 
quence. 

Paelti (-einu,-6jau,-eisiu), v. n. to go a 
little; to be able to walk; | to come 
of; to proceed from; to arise. 

Paemimas,-o, sm. taking; seizure; cap- 
ture. 

Pae2eris,-io, sm. lakeside. 

Pagabumas, -o, sm. ability; capacity; 
capability; faculty; talent. 

Pagabus,/.-bi, defin.. bu$\$,f. -bioji, adj. 
able; capable; apt; fit for. 

Pagada,-os, sf. weather. Orali— % fair 
weather; biauri — t bad weather. 

Pagadinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),a.t\ to spoil; 
to corrupt; to mar; to vitiate. 

Pagadytis (-d i j as, -d i jos, -dy sis), v. xmpers. 
to clear up; to grow serene. 

Pagaikitis, -6io, sm. rake; oven-rake; 
wooden poker. 

Pagaila,-os, sf. regret; pity ; compassion . 

Pagaileti (-liu,-lejau,-lesiu),t>.a. to pity; 
to have pity for; to compassionate; 
to regret. 

Pagailingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/ -gojl, 
adj. compassionate. |— gai, adv. com- 
passionately. | —gumas, sm. compas- 
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Pagal 

Pagal, pr^p. with ace. beside; near; by. 
\adv. according to. a 

Pagalba, = Pagblba. 

Pagaliaus, Pagalios, adv. at the end; at 
last; finally. 

Pagal ys,-io, sm. stick. 

Pagaive,-es, 4f- pillow; cushion. 

Pagalves,-ii|, sf. pi poll-lax; capitation- 
tax; tribute by the head. 

Pagaminimas, -o, sm. producing; fur- 
nishing. 

Pagaminti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to fur- 
nish; to procure; to produce. 

Pagamintojas,/. -|a, s. producer; fur- 
nisher. 

Paganyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. a. to 
graze a little; to feed a little. 

Pagarba,-os,»/. respect; regard; rever- 
ence; homage. Pagarbos sanarys % 
honorable member. 

Pagarbinti (nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
praise; to commend; to laud. 

Pagarseti (-siu, -sejau, -sSsiu), Pagarsti 
(-stu,-sau,-siu), v.n. to become fa- 
mous. 

Pagarsinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. to pro- 
claim; to publish. 

Pagauti (-gaunu,-gavau, -gausiu), v. a. 
to catch; to seize; to grasp. 

Pagautis,-les, sf. booty; spoil. 

Pagavimas, -0, sm. catching; seizing. 
Dvasios — , emotion; exaltation; ex- 
tasy. 

Pagedelis,/.-le,«. anything spoiled or 
corrupted; | mad man; insane; furi- 
ous person; — 8uo, mad dog. 

Paged im as, -o, sm. corruption; spoil; | 
madness. 

Pageidauti (-dauju, -davau, dausiu), v. 
a. to desire; to wish; to long for. 

Pageidavimas,-o,*7». desire; longing for. 

Pageidimas, -o, sm. desire; | concupis- 
cence; lust. 

Pagela,-os, */. frost; hoar-frost. 

Paget ba,-os, sf. help; aid; assistance; 
succour. 

Pagelbejimas,-o, sm. helping; help; aid. 

Pagelbeti ( beju, and biu, -bejau, -be- 

siu), v.a. to aid; to help; to assist. 
Pagelbingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. useful; helpful; auxiliary; be- 
neficial. 
Pagelbininkas,/. ke, *. helper; assistant; 
mate. 



228 Pagyti 

Pageibinis,/.-ne, adj. aid...; auxiliary. 

Pageisti ( stu,-geltau,gelsiu), v. n. to 
become yellow; to turn yellow; to 
yellow. 

Pageltonuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), 
v.a. to make yellow. \v.n. to become 
yellow; to yellow. 

Pagentainis,/..ne>. remote kinsman or 
kinswoman; distant relative. 

Pagerauti(-rauju,-ravau,-rausiu), v. a. 
to approve. 

Pagerbti (-biu,-biau,-bsiu), v.a. to re- 
spect; to revere; to venerate. 

Pagereti (-reju,-rejau, -resiu), v. n. to 
grow better; to improve. 

Pagerinimas, -o, sm. improvement; a- 
melioration; amendment. 

Pagerinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to bet- 
ter; to ameliorate; to improve; to 
amend. 

Pagerkle,-es»*/- [Kr.] dew-lap. 

Pagesti(-gendu,-gedau,-gesiu), v.n. to 
be spoiled ; [pasiusti] to become mad. 

Pagieza,-os, */. revenge; vengeance. 

Pagijimas,-o, sm. recovery. 

Pagimdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
bring forth; to bear; to give birth 
to; to procreate; to produce. 

Pagyra, -OS, smf. braggart; bragger; 
swaggerer. 

Pagirdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
give drink ; to water. 

Pagyrimas,-o, sm. praise; oommenda- 
tion; laud. 

Pagirios,-ii|, «/. pi crapulence; indispo- 
sition which follows intoxication 
[Oerm. Katz en jammer] . 

Pagirioti(-rioju,-riojau,-riosiu), v.n. to 
feel badly after carousing. 

Pagirys,-io, sm country beside a forest. 

Pagyris,-iO, sm. laud; praise; commend- 
ation. 

Pagirtas,/.-ta,pr*. praised; |blessed 

Pagirti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v. a. to laud; 
to praise; to commend. 

Pagirtinas,/.-na, d€/i/i.-nasis,/.-no|i, adj 
commendable; laudable. |— nai, adv 
commendably. 

Pagyrunas,/. -ne, *. boaster; bragger 
braggart; braggadocio. 

Pagyrunyste,-es, sf. boast; brag. 

Pagyti (-gyu,-gijau,-gysiu), v.n. to re 
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Pagyvenimas $ 

Pagyvenimas,-o, sm. way of life; social 

intercourse. 
Pagyventl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.n. to live 

for a certain time: to have lived. 
Paglemzimas,-o, *m. seizure; appropri- 
ation; usurpation. 
Paglemztl (-ziu,-ziau,-Siu), v.a. to seize; 

to appropriate; to usurp. 
Paglostyti(-stau,-s6iau,-stysiu), v.a. to 

fondle; to caress. 
Pagodone,-es, sf. respect; regard. 
Pagodoti (-doju,-dojau,-dosiu), v.a. to 

respect; to regard. 
Pagonas,/.-ne, s. pagan; heathen; gen- 
tile. 
Pagonija, = PagonystE. 
Pagonis,-ies, sm. pagan; gentile. 
Pagonyste,-es> */• paganism: heathen- 
ism; heathendom; gentilism. 
Pagoniskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. heathenish ^gentilish: pagan. | 
— kai, adv. after the manner of pag- 
ans. 
Pagosti, see Paguosti. 
Pagozti (-ziu,-ziau,-8iu), v.a. to under- 
lay; to lay beneath. . 
Pagrabas,-o, sm. burial; funeral. 
Pagrandos,-i|, */. pi scrapings. 
Pagrebstos,-q, sf.pl. scrapings; rakings. 
Pagretiul, adv. side by side; one after 

another; consecutively. 
Pagretini$,/.-ne,a4/. consecutive; suc- 
ceeding one another. 
Pagretu, = PagreCiui. 
Pagriauti(-griauju,-grioviau,-griausiu), 
v.a. to throw down; to overthrow; 
to upset. 
Pagriauzti (-ziu,-ziau,-siu),t>.a. to gnaw 

a little; to pick with the teeth. 
Pagrindas,-0, sm.. foundation; ground; 

basis. 
Pagrisinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to dis- 
gust; to excite loathing. 
Pagristi (-grystu,-grisau, -grisiu), v. n. 

to be loathsome. 

Pagrluti (griu.vu,-griuvau,-griusiu), v. 

n. to fall; to fall down; to tumble 

down. 

Pagrjiimas,-o, sm. return; coming back. 

Pagrjzti (-ztu,-zau,-Siu), v.n. to return; 

to come back. 
Paguldyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
lay; to lay down; — galvq, to lay 
down one's life. 



Paine 

Paguldytuve,-es,*/. [Kr.] repository. 
Pagulis, -io, sm. noon- rest; nooning; 

nap; snooze; sloom. 
Pagunda,-ot, sf. temptation. Pasiduoti 

pagundai, to yield to temptation. 
Pagundymas,-o, sm. temptation; entice- 
ment. 
Pagundyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.a. to 
tempt; to entice; to induce; to be- 
tray into. 
Paguoda,-os, sf. consolation; comfort. 
Paguosti (-guodziu,-guodziau,-guosiu), 

v.a. to console; to comfort. 
Pagurkle, -es, sf swelling under the 

throat; wattle. 
Paguzoms, adv. bend ingly; in a sneak- 
ing manner. 
Paikas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

stupid, dull, silly; crazy; foolish. 
Paikauti(-kauju,-kavjui,-kausiu), v. n. 
to behave capriciously; to play the 
fool. 
Paikybe,-es, sf. stupidity; folly; fool- 
ishness. 
Paikius,-iaus, sm. fool; buffoon; clown. 
Paiksas,/.-se, #. fool; stupid fellow or 

woman; simpleton. 
Paikti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to grow 
capricious; to act whimsically; J to 
grow foolish. 
Paikuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. n. 
to behave capriciously; to play the 
fool. 
Pailgas,/.-ga, defin.-qnsls, f -go|i, adj. 

oblong; oblong-ovate. 
Piilginimas,-o, sm. lengthening; elon- 
gation; protraction; prolongation. 
Pailginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),c.«. to length- 
en; to elongate; to protract; to pro- 
long. 
Pailgti (-gstu,-gau,-gsiu),t>./».to length- 
en; to become longer. 
Pailses,/.-susi prt. tired; weary. 
Pailsimas,-o$, sm. weariness; exhaus- 
tion. 
Pailsis,-io, sm. rest; repose. 
Pailsti (-stu,-sau,-siu), v.n. to be tired. 
Paimti (-imu,-6miau, -imsiu), v.a. to 
take; to capture; — \ nelam$, to 
take prisoner. 
Paine,-es, sf intricacy; complication: 
entanglement; impediment; hin- 
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Painiojimas 

Painio|imas,-o, sm. entanglement; com- 
plication. 

Painioti (-nioju,-niojau, -niosiu), v. a. 
to embroil ; to confound ; to entangle ; 
to implicate; to complicate; to im- 
pede. 

Painumas,-o, sm complicatedness; per- 
plexedness. 

Painus,/.-ni,ntfr.-nu,rfe/m.-nusis,/.-nioii, 
adj. complicated; intricate; perplex- 
ed; obstructed; obstructive. 

Pairimas,-o, #ro. the state of being de- 
ranged ; disorder. 

Pairti(-pru,-irau,-irsiu), v.n. to be de- 
ranged; to get into disorder. 

Paisejimas,-o, sm. caring for; regard; 
attention. 

Paiseti (-seju,-sejau,-sesiu), v.n. to care 
for; to mind; to heed; to regard. 

Paisymas, -o, sm. thrashing off the 
awns; | caring for. 

Paisyti (-sau,siau,-s3 T siu),t».«. to thrash 
off the awns; (cottoq.) to eat.| v.n. to 
care; to mind. 

Paistyti (-stau,-s£iau, -stysiu), v. a. to 
involve; to entangle; to make intri- 
cate. 

Paisai,-q, sm. pi. soot; coom. 

Paisalas,-o, sm. sketch. 

PaiSelis,-io, sm. pencil. 

Pai$ymas,-o, sm. drawing; sketching. 

PaiSinas,/.-na, defin. -nasis,/. -noji, adj. 

sooted; sooty. 
*Pai$inys,-io,*m. sketch; outline; deline- 
ation. 

Pai$inyste,-es, sf. drawing; sketching. 

PaiSinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to soot; 
to foul with soot. 

Paismumas,-o, sm. sootiness. 

PaiSyti(-sau,-§iau,-sysiu),fl.«. to sketch; 
to outline; to draw. 

PaiSiukavo, sm. pencil. 

Pajausti (-jau£iu,-jau£iau,-jausiu), v.a. 
to feel. 

Pa|auta,-os, sf. sense; feeling. 

Pajautimas, -o, sm. feeling; sensation; 
perception. 

Pajiega,-os, */. strength; ability; force; 
power. 

Pajiegingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. powerful; strong. | — gai, adv. 
powerfully. |— gumas, sm. powerful- 
ness; strength. 



230 Pakajingas 

Pajiegti (-giu,-giau, -gsiu), v. n. to be 
able; to have strength. 

Pajiegumas,-o, sm. powerful ness; abili- 
ty. 

Pajiegus,/. -gl, adj. strong; vigorous; 
powerful. 

Pajiesko|imas,-o, sm. searching; inquir- 
ing; investigation; seeking. 

PajieSkOti (-kau,-kojau,-kosiu), v. a. to 
search; to seek; to look for; to in- 
quire after; to make an inquest. 

Pajodineti (-n§ju,-nejau,-nesiu), v.a. to 
ride; to ride a horse; to exercise the 
horse. 

Pajo|ikas,/.-ke, *. rider; outrider. 

Pajoti (-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v.n. to ride 
a little on a horseback; to be able to 
ride. 

Pajotzarga,-os,#f. boisterous girl; romp. 

Pajungiamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -moji, 
prt. that can be yoked ; that can be 
burdened; — gyvulys, beast of bur- 
den. 

Pa|ungimas,-o, sm. putting under the 
yoke; subjugation; subjection. 

Pajungtl(-giu,-giau,-gsiu),i?.tf. to bring 
under the yoke; to put to the yoke; 
to subjugate. 

Pajuodakis/.-ke, *. black eyed person. 

Pajuodelis, /. -le, a. black one; dirty 
man or woman. 

Pajuodinti (-nu, -nnu, -nsiu), v. a. to 
blacken slightly; to make black. 

Pajuoduoti (-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v.n. 
to become black. 

Pajuoste,-es, */. waist. 

Pajuosti (-juostu,-juodau,-juosiu), v.n. 
to turn black; to become black. 2.— 
(-siu,-siau,-siu), v.a. to gird. 

Pajurinis,/.-ne, adj. adjacent to a sea 
shore; seaside... 

Pajuri$,-io, sm. country adjacent to the 
sea; seaside; sea-shore. 

Pajusti (-juntu,-jutau,-jusiu), v.a. to 
feel; to perceive. 

Paiustinas,/.-na,pr*. that can be per- 
ceived by feeling; perceivable. 

Pa|utimas,-o, sm. feeling; perceiving. 

Pakabutis,-tiio,tfft. bot. bell-flower. Cam- 
panula. 

Pakaita,-os, sf. alternation; vicissitude. 
Pakaitoms, alternately. 

Pakajingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, adj. 



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Pikajingytte 



content; satisfied; peaceful; quiet. | 
— gai, adv. peacefully ; quietly. 
Paka|ingyste,-es, «/., Paka|inguma$,-o, sm. 
contentedness; peacefulness; quiet- 
ness. 
Pakajus,-|aus, sm. room; apartment; | 

peace. [Pol Pokoj]. 
Pakakinima$,-o, sm. satisfaction; con- 
tentment. 
Pakakinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to con- 
tent; to satisfy. 
Pakakle,-es> *f- under-neck. 
Pakakti (-kanku,-kakau,-kaksiu), v. n. 
to have enough; to have plenty; to 
suffice. 
PakakHnas,/.-na, adj. sufficient. | -nai, 

adv. sufficiently; enough. 
Pakaktinuma$,-o, sm. sufficiency. 
Pakalas,-o, sm. wedge. 
Pakalba, = Pasneka. 
. Pakalbeti (-bu, -be>u, -besiu),- v. a. to 
talk for a while; to have talked with 
0lie; __ potcrius, to say oue's pater- 
noster. 
Pakalbinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to ad- 
dress one; to speak to one. 
Pakale,-es, */• wedge. 
Pakaiikas,-o, sm. servant; flunky. 
Pakalke,-es, sf. galloon. 
Pakaln6,-es, */. downhill; declivity; de- 
scent; slope; country at the foot of 
a mountain; vale;dale; valley. Asa- 
ni pakalne, vale of tears; fig. the 
earth. 
Pakalnenas, = PakalniSkis. 
Pakalninis,/.-ne, adj. belonging to the 
country at the foot of a mountain; 
lying at the foot.of a mountain; ad- 
jacent to a mountain. 
* PakalniSkis, /. -ke, s. inhabitant of a 
country adjacent to the foot of a 
mountain. 
Pakalniui, adv. down hill. 
Pakalnute,-&>/. bot. lily of the valey. 

Convallaria. 
Pakaltl (-lu,-liau,-lsiu), v.a. to beat or 

knock a little; to hammer a little. 
Pakaltinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

charge; to inculpate; to accuse. 
Pakamplnit,/.-ne, adj. secret; clandes- 
tine. 
Pakampit,-io, *™. by-corner; nook. 
Pakankt*,-**, sf. trace; tug. 



231 Pakelehfingas 

Pakanta,-os, sf. patience; endurance; 

indulgence. 
Pakantrumas, -o, sm. patience; endur- 
ance. 
Pakantrtis f /.-ri f <&/to.-rusis,/.-rioji, adj. 

patient. 
Pakara,-os, sf. clothes' peg; clothes' 

horse. 
Pakara,-os, sf. humility; humbleness. 

[Pol. Pokora]. 
Pakaraila, -os, smf. hangdog; rascal; 

scoundrel; scapegoat; scapegrace. 
Pakarailis,/.-ie,«. = Pakaraila. 
Pakariiui, adv. by turns; alternately. 
Pakarnus,/.-nl, adj. humble; submis- 
sive; obedient. [Pol Pokorny]. 
Pakarpa,-os, */. (coUoq.) neck. 
Pakarstl (-rstu,-rtau,-rsiu), v.n. to turn 

bitter; to become bitter. 
Pakartl (-k8riu,-koriau,-karsiu), v.a. to 

hang up; to suspend. 
Pakartinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to im- ~ 
bitter; — ham gyvenimq % to imbitter 
one's life. 
Pakaruoklis, /. -le, a. hanged person; 

(vulg.) hangdog; scapegrace. 
Pakasas, -o, sm. undermining; mine; 

sap. 
Pakasynos,-!*, */. pi burial; funeral. 
Pakasyti (-sau, -siau, -sysiu), v. a. to 

scratch. 
Pakasotl(-soju,-sojau, -sosiu), v.a. to 

tuck up. 
Pakastas, -o, sm. priming; couch (in 

pain ting). 
Pakasti (-su,-siau,-siu), v. a. to dig a 

little; | to undermine; to sap. 
Pakaustas, -o, sm. iron binding; gar- 
nishment. 
Pakaustymas,-o, sm. shoeing. 
Pakaustyti(-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v.a. to 

iron; to garnish; (arklf) to shoe. 
Pakau*is,-io, sm. occiput. 
Pakavojimas,-o, sm. hiding; concealing. 
Pakavone,-es, sf. hiding; concealment; 

hiding place. 
Pakavotl(-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v. a. to 

hide; to conceal. 
Pakeisti (-keiciu,-keiciau,-keisiu), v.a. 

to exchange; to substitute. 
Pakelt, = Pakrlys. 
Pakeleivingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. traveling; wandering; itinerant; 
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Ptkeleivit 232 

Pakeleivis,/.-ve, s. traveler; voyager; 
journeyer; passenger. 

Pakelimavo, *m. lifting; raising; ele- 
vating. 

Pakelys,-io, sm. place on the road ; rest 
on the road;sojoum.Pafaj/g/, on the 
road; on the journey. 

Pakeliuj, adv. on the road; on the way 
on the journey. 

Pakeltl (-liu,-liau,-lsiu), v.a. to lift up: 
to raise; — kq ii mieg% t to awake; 
to rouse from sleep. 

Pakenteti(-keneiu,-kentejau,-kentesiu), 
v.a.n. to suffer a while; to bear with 
patience. 

Pakentimas,-o, sm. forbearance; indulg- 
ence; leniency. 

Pakila,-os, sf surcingle. 

Pakilti (-kyu,-kilau,-kil8iu),tJ.n. to rise 
up. i 

Pakilus,/.-ii, defin. jusis, f -iloji, adj. 
raised; bulging; protuberant; prom- 
inent; eminent. | — lumas, sm. pro- 
tuberance; prominence; eminence. 

Pakinkyti (-kau,-kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
put (a horse) to a wagon; to hitch 
up. 

Pakinklas,-o, sm. harness; tackling. 

Pakinklis,-io, sm. part of the leg below 
the tnigh; under part of the knee. 

Pakyrimas,-o, sm. loathsomeness. 

Pakyreti (-riu,-rejau,-resiu), Pakirti(-k[- 
ru.-kirau,-kirsiu) f v. n. to become 
loathsome. 

Pakirpos,-q, sf. pi. shreds. 

Pakirsti (-kertu,-kirtau,-kirsiu), v.a. to 
hew; to cut. 

Pakiurus,/.-ri, adj. loose; slack. 

Paklausais, adv. by inquiring; inquir- 
ingly. 

Paklausinetl (-neju,-n6jau,-nesiu), v. a. 
to inquire about; to ask about. 

Paklausyti (-sau,-siau, -sysiu), v. n. to 
hearken; to listen. 

Paklausti (-siu,-siau,-siu), v.a, to ask; 
to enquire; to interrogate. 

Paklydelis,/. -le, s. strayer; rover; vaga- 
bond; stroller; vagrant. 

Paklydimas,-o, sm. straying ;| error; mis- 
take. 

Paklysti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v.n. to go a- 
stray; to stray; to err; to mistake. 

Pakliuti f-kliijvu, -kliuvau, -kliusiu), v. 
n. to be caught in; to fall into. 



Pakristi 

Paklode,-£s, sf. sheet; bed sheet. 

Paklote, = PaklodE. 

Pakloti (-kloju,-klojau,-klosiu), v.a. to 

spread ; to lay out. 
Paklotis,-ies, sf. spread; bedding. 
Paklotuve,-es, sf. [Kr.] mattress. 
Paklupdyti (-dau,-diiau,-dysiu), v.a. to 

compel one to kneel; to make one 

kneel. 
Paklusnumai, -o, sm. obedience; duti- 

fulness. 
Paklusnus,/.-ni, <fe/f/».-nusis,/.-nioji, adj. 

obedient; dutiful. 
Paknopstoms, adv. stumblingly; fig. 

headlong. 
Pakoja, -08, sf. pedestal; [pamina] 

treadle. 
Pakol, Pakolei, Pakolaik, adv. as long as; 

till; until. 
Pakopa,-os, sf. step; stair. 
Pakopti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v.n. to as- 
cend; to mount a little. 
Pakorimas,-o, sm. hanging up. 
Pakoroti(-roju,-rojau,-rosiu), v.a. to 

punish. - 
Pakraikos,-i|, sf. pi. spreadings; lyings; 

litter straw. 
Pakraipa, -OS, sf. direction; turn; fig. 

tendency; drift. 
Pakramta, -os, sf remorse; compunc- 
tion of conscience. 
Pakrantis,-6io, sm. shore; coast; beech; 

strand. 
Pakra$tis,-5io, sm. border; margin; [gi- 

rios, etc.] outskirts; [juri^] coast; 

shore. 
Pakratai,-ij, sm. pi. litter; spreadings; 

scatterings. 
Pakratyti (-tau, -ciau, -tysiu), v. a. to 

shake or jolt a little; jto spread; to 

litter; to supply with litter. 
Pakremsle,-es,#f. [Kr.] lobe (of the ear). 
Pakreslis,-io, sm. frame (of a roof). 
Pakriau$ys,-io, sm. foot of a bluff. 
Pakrikdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 

cause breaking up; to disperse. 
Pakrikti(-krinku.-krikau, -kriksiu), v. 

n. to break; to break loose; to break 

up; to disperse. 
Pakrypti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu), v.n. to de- 
viate from a straight line; to turn; 

to deviate; to sway. 
Pakristi (-krintu,-kritau,-krisiu), v. n. 

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Pakrume,-es, */. place or country be- 
side bushes. 

Pakulinis,/.-ne, adj. of tow; made of 
tow; — audeklas, hurden; coarse 
cloth. 

PakulnlMo, sm, lower part of a heel. 

Pakulniui, adv. at the heels; towards 
one's heels. 

Pakulos,-ij, sf. pi tow; hards; hurds. 

Paku Iotas,/. -ta, defin. -tasis,/. -tojl, adj. 
full of tows; covered with tow. 

Pakulse,-es, sf. thigh; shank. 

Paknra,-os, sf. mouth (of an oven). 

Pakurttyti(-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v. a. to 
set on; to incite; to instigate; — ug- 
n(, to rake the fire. 

Pakurstytojas J".-|a, s. inciter; instigator; 
abetter. 

Pakurti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to set on 
fire; to kindle; to inflame. 

Pakusa,-os,«f. temptation. 

Pakuta,-os, sf. penance; atonement. 

Pakutavotl(-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v.n. to 
do penance. 

Pakutninka$,/.-ke, s. penitent. 

Pakvaiselis,/.-le, *. crazy man or wom- 
an; madman. 

Pakvaises,/-susi, prt crazy; stupid; 
silly; foolish; mad. 

PakvaistI(-Stu,-sau, -Siu), v. n. to be- 
come crazy; to become stupid. 

Pakvepentl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
smell; to scent. 

Pakvipti (-k vi m pu, -kvipau, -kvipsi u), r. 
n. to begin to smell. 

Pala,-os, sf. sheet; shroud; curtain. 

Palagas,-o, sm. lying in; childbirth. 

Palagninke,-es,*/. woman lying in; wo- 
man in childbirth. 

Paiaidas,/.-da, d<?/in. -dasis,/. -do|i, adj. 
loose; untied. 

Palaidavtete,-es, */. [Kr.] brothel. 

Palaidavimas,-o, sm. [Kr.] harlotry. 

Palaidinl$,-fo, sm. overcoat. 

Pataido{imas,-o, sm. burial; funeral. 

Palaidoti (-doju,-dojau,-dosiu>, v.a. to 
t>ury; to inter; to inhume. 

Palaidunas,/.-ne, s. dissolute man or 
woman; debaucher. 

Palaidunauti (-nauju,-navau,-nausiu),t>. 
n. to lead a dissolute life; to de- 
bauch. 

Palaidunyste,-es, sf. -dissoluteness; un- 
bridledness; UcqoUqus action. 



Paieistausit 

PalaikaJ,-i|, sm. pi. remains; residue; 
relics; | hereditary portion, share. 

Palaikis,/.-ke, adj. worn out; common- 
place; trite; hackneyed. 

Palaikyti (-kau.-kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
hold ; to keep. 

Palaima,-os, sf. luck; fortune; good 
luck; success; happiness; prosperity. 

Palaimingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. lucky; fortunate; prosperous; 
successful.|— gai, adv. luckily; suc- 
cessfully. 

Palaiminimas,-o, sm. blessing; benedic- 
tion. 

Palaimintas/.-ta, <fc/?n. -tasis,/. -to|i, prt. 
blessed. 

Palaiminti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),®.a. to bless. 

Palaistyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v. a. to 
besprinkle with water; to water. 

Palaistuvas, Palaistuvyste, see Paleistu- 
vas, etc. 

Palaizyti (-zau,-ziau,-zysiu), v.a. to lick 
a little. 

Palaizunas,/.-ne,«. mean flatterer. 

Palaizunauti (-nauju,-nuvau,-nausiu), v. 
n. to flatter; to cajole. 

Palaizunybe,-es, */. mean flattery. 

Palanke,-es, sf. place next to a meadow. 

Palankus,/.-ki, defin.. kusis,/. -k\o\\,adj. 
pliant; flexible; flexile; compilable; 
yielding. 

Palapeiis,-io, sm. hot. sepal. 

Palapyne,-es, sf. arbor; bower. 

Palatruna9,-o, sm. hot. tarragon. Arte- 
misia dracunculus. 

Palauke,-es, sf. place next to a field. 

Palaukis,-lo, sm. [Kr.] fleshy fulness 
under the chin. 

Palaukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),t>.a. to wait. 

Palauza,-os, sf. broken place; breach. 

Palauzti (-ziu,-ziau,-siu), v.a. to break; 
to break off. 

Palavykas, /. -ke, *. debauchee; lewd 
person; ribald. 

Palazde,-es, sf. bot. kind of mushroom; 
| asara Dacca; cabaret. Asarum; | 
birth wort. Corydalis. 

Paleistaburnis,/-ne, ) s. foul-mouth- 

Paleistaliezuvis,/.-ve, >ed person; ri- 

Paleistasnukis,/.-ke, ) bald. 

Paleistasparnis,/.-ne, s. one with droop- 
ing wings. 

Palei$tausis,/.-se, s. one with diooping 
ears. 



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234 



Palinoti 



Paleistuvas,-o, sm. dissolute fellow; de- 
bauchee. 

Paleistuvauti (- vau j u, - vavau, - vausi u),t>. 
n. to lead a dissolute or depraved 
life. 

Paleistuvavimas,-o, sm. dissolute behav- 
ior; harlotry. 

Paleistuve,-es, #/ strumpet; prostitute. 

Paleistuvingas,/.-ga, de/i/i.-gasis,/. -golf, 
adj. dissolute; licentious; lewd. | 
—gal, adv. licentiously. 

Paleistuvyste,-es, sf. dissoluteness; li- 
centiousness; lewdness; — es namai, 
bawdy-house. 

Paiemonas,-o, sm. bot. Jacob's ladder; 
Greek valerian. Palemonium. 

Palengva, adv. slowly; tardily; slow; 
softly; gently. 

Palengvas,/.-va, adj. slow; light; low; 
soft. Bpalengvo, slowly; gently. 

Palengveti (-v6ju,-ve"jau,-vesiu), v.n. to 
become lighter; to relax. 

Palengvinimas,-o, sm. relief; alleviation. 

Palengvinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
lighten; to ease; to relieve; to alle- 
viate. 

Palenkimas,-o, sm. bending downward; 
declination. 

Palenkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),c.a. to bond; 
to bow:^. to adduce; to induce. 

Palepis,-io, sm. sloping ceiling of agar- 
et. 

Palerina,-os, sf. pelerine; fur tippet. 

Paleta,-os, sf. palette. 

Paliauba, = Paliova. 

Paliaukis,-io, sm. dew-lap. 

Paliauti (-liauju.-lioviau.-liausiu), v.n. 
to cease; to discontinue; to desist; 
to leave off. 

Paliava,-os, sf. gloss; glaze. 

Paliavone,-es, sf. = Paliava. 

Paliavoti (-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v. a. to 
glaze. 

Paly&ia,-os, sf mould-board. 

Palydas,-o, sm. attendant; follower \[ly- 
detojn kuopa] retinue; train; [sarga] 
escort; convoy. 

Palydeti (-dziu,-dejau,-d6siu),«.a.to ac- 
company; to bear one company; to 
attend; to conduct; — j namus, to 
see one home; to accompany one 
home. 

Palydovas,-o, sm. attendant; conductor; 
companion; | lackey; servant. 



Palydovyste,-es, sf attendance. 

Palydoviikas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. servile. |— kai, adv. servilely. 

Palydu, adv. after; to one's back. 

Palie6iamas,/.-ma, defin.»mu\%,f -moji, 
adj. palpable; tangible; violable. 

Palie6iamybe,-es, sf. tangibleness; vio- 
lability. 

Paliegelis,/.-le, *. weak or sickly per- 
son; invalide. 

Palieges,/.-gusi,pr/. sickly; weak. 

Paliegti(-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v. n. to be- 
come feeble or sickly. 

Paliepe,-es, sf bot. kind of mushroom. 

Paliepimas,-o, sm. order; command. 

Palieptl (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v. a. to order; 
to command; to bid. 

Paliesti (-lie£iu,-lieciau,-liesiu), v.a. to 
touch; (fig.) to mention; (fig,) to 
move; to afflict; to visit with. 

Palieti(-lieju,-liejau, -liesiu), v.a. to 
pour; to sprinkle. 

Patyflf prep, with gen. according to. 

Palyginamas,/.-ma, tfc/fo.-masis,/. -moji, 
adj. comparative. |— mai, adv. com- 
paratively. 

Palyginimas,-o, sm. comparison. 

Palyginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to com- 
pare; to parallel;|to even or level a 
little. 

Palygintinas,/.-na,prt. comparable. 

Pali kirn as, -o, sm. leaving behind; | 
something left by will; bequest* 

Palikti (-lieku,-likau, -liksiu), v. a. to 
leave behind;) to bequeath. | v.n. to 
become; to turn. 

Palingnas,/.-na, di/ln.-nasis,/.-no|i, adj. 
[Kr.] humble; submissive. 

Palingnyste,-es, sf. humbleness. 

Palinkimas,-o, sm. bending r fig. inclin- 
ation. 

Palinksminimas,-o, sm. delighting; re- 
joicing; consolation. 

Palinksminti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),r.o. to de- 
light; to gladden; to make glad; to 
make happy; to console. 

Palinksminto|as,/.-|a, *. comforter; con- 
solator. 

Paiinkti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu),t>.n. to bend; 
to bow; to incline; to tend; to be 
disposed. 

Palinoti (-noja,-nojo,-nos), v.impers. to 
rain a little; to sprinkle. 



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Paliova,-os, sf. ceasing; cessation; dis- 
continuation. Be paUavos, unceas- 
ingly; continually. 

Palipoms, adv: by steps; fry degrees. 

PalipU (-pu t -pau,-psiu),t>.». to ascend a 
little; to mount a little; to climb a 
little. 

Palytejimas, -o, sm. touching; touch; 
contact. 

Palyteti (-lyciu,-lyt§jau,-lyteaiu), v. a. 
to touch ;| to affect ;K to relate; to 
concern. 

Palytetinas,/.-na,prf.that can be touch- 
ed; tangible. 

Palytetinumas,-o, sm. tangibility. 

Palitura,-os, sf polish; varnish; gloss. 

Paiituruoti (»ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v.a. 
to polish; to varnish. 

Palma,-os, sf. hot. palm; palm tree. 

Palm in is, /.-ne, adj. of palm. 

Palocius,-iaus, sm. palace; court. 

Palo§ius,-iaus, sm. sabre; sword. 

PaloSti (-siu,-§iau,-§iu), v.a. to play a 
little. \v.a. to bend back slightly. 

Palovis,-io» sm. underbed. 

Palsas,/.-Sa, defin. -sasis,/.4o|l, adj. fal- 
low; pale yellow; cream-colored. 

PalSis, /.-§§, *. fallow one. 

Paisokas,/. -ka, adj. fallowish; some- 
what fallow. 

PalSti (-§tu,-§au,-siu), v.n. to fallow; to 
become fallow. 

Paltis,-ies, sf. side of bacon; flitch. 

Paltona$,-o, sm. paletot, overcoat. 

Palube,-es, sf. space beneath the ceil- 
ing; underceiling. 

Palukanos,-q, sf. pi. premium paid for 
the use of money borrowed; interest. 

Paluketi (-keju,-ke\jau,-kesiu), v. n. to 
wait a little. 

Palukininkas,/.-ke, *. usurer. 

Palukininkauti(-kauju,-kavau,-kausiu), 
v.n. to practice usury. 

Palukininkybe, -es, sf. usury; usurious 
trade. 

Palukininki§ka$,/.-ka,d^..kasis,/.-koii, 
adj. usurious. |— kai,atf v. usuriously. 

Palukis,-io, «m. premium; percent; in- 
terest; (nedvrasp.) usury. 

Paiu§it,-io, sm. fulling-mill; fullery. 

Palvas, = Palsas. 

Pamaina,-os, */. alternation; vicissitude. 

Pamaiiyti (-§au,-siau,-8ysiu),t\a. to mix 
a little; [kortas] to shuffle. 



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Pamalas,-o, sm. grist. 

Pamalda,-os, sf. prayer; devine service; 

devotion. 
Pamaldingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 

adj. devout; pious. | — gai, adv. de- 
voutly. | — gumas, sm. devoutness; 

piety. 
Pamaldus/.-di, = Pamaldingas. 
Pamanyti (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v.a. n. to 

think of; to meditate; to reflect upon. 
Pamarin6ia,-ios, sf. hot. orange; orange 

tree. 
Pamarin£ius,-iaus, sm. orange {fruit). 
Pamarinis,/.-ne, adj. situated on the 

sea-shore. 
Pamaris,-io, sm. sea-shore; seaside. 
Pamari§kis,/.-ke, s. inhabitant of the 

sea -shore. 
Pamatas,-o, sm. basis; foundation; (fig.) 

ground; reason. 
Pamatavimas,-o, sm. founding; founda- 
tion. 
Pamatinis,/.-ne, adj. fundamental. 
Pamatyti ( matau.-maciau.-matysiu),©. 

a. to see; to get sight of. 
Pamatuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v.a. 

to found; to lay the foundation of; 

to base upon. 
PamazeHu, adv. slowly. 
Pamazgos,-i|, sf. pi. rinsings; dish-wat- 
er. 
Pamazi, Pamazu, adv. slowly; little by 

little. 
Pameiiui, adv. in alternate years. 
Pamegimas,-o, sm. liking; inclination. 
Pameginti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to try; 

to experience; to taste. 
Pamegti(-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v.a. to take 

a liking to; | to please. 
Pamegzda, -os, smf. mocker; scorner; 

scoffer; | imitator. 
Pamegzdymas,-o, Pamegdiiojima$,-o, sm. 

imitation; | mocking; mockery. 
Pamegzdyti t (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), Pa- 

megzdzioti(-dzioju,-dziojau,-dziosiu), 

v.a. to imitate;| to mock. 
Pamegzdytojas, Pamegdziotojas, /. -ja, s. 

imitator; | mocker; scorner. 
Pamekie,-es, sf. [Mz.] irony. 
Pamelynuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), 

v.n. to turn blue; to become blue. \v. 

a. to blue. 
Pameluoti (-luoju,-lavau,-luosiu), v. a. 

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Pamerge, es, sf. bridesmaid. 

Pamerkti( [pame'rkti] -kiu,-kiau t -ksiu), 
v.n. to wink; to give a hint by a mo- 
tion of the eyelids. 2.— [pamer'kti], 
v.a. to immerse; to put into water or 
other fluid. 

Pamesti (-metu t -meciau,-mesiu),t?.a. to 
throw under; to lose; to give up. 

Pamestinis,/.-ne,ad/. that may be lost; 
that has been lost. Ui pamestinius 
pinigus pirkti, to buy cheap; to ob- 
tain at very small expense. 

Pamestinukas,-o, sm. foundling. 

Pam§te,-es, sf gout; arthritis. 

Pametoti (-toju.-tojau, -tosiu), v.a. to 
imitate. | —$,v. rfl. to mock at; to 
scoff. 

Pamiegoti (-gu,-gojau, -gosiu), v. n. to 
sleep enough. 

Pamieruoti (-ruoju,-ravau,-ruosiu), v.a. 
to measure; to take the measure. 

Pamieste,-es, sf. country next to a city 
or town. 

Pamyleti (-liu,-lejau,-le"siu),».a. to take 
a liking to; [mergele] to fall in love 
with; | to treat. 

Pamina,-os,#/. footstool; [ve&imo] step; 
[stakli^] treadle; pedal. 

Paminklas,-o, sm. monument; [daiktas 
duotas kam-nors atminimui] keep- 
sake. 

Pamfnklelis,-io, sm. keepsake. 

Paminkiinis,/.-ne, adj. monumental. 

Paminos,-q, sf. pi. [Kr. J hurds; hards; 
| pedals; [staklit^] treadles. 

Pam.nti (-minu.-myniau, minsiu), v.a. 
to tread upon; to press under the 
feet. 2. — (-menu,-miniau,-minsiu), 
v.a. to remember; to recollect; to 
keep in mind. 

Pamirsti (-§tu,-sau,-§iu), v.a. to forget. 

Pamiske, -es, sf. country adjacent to 
the forest. 

Pamoka,-os, sf. instruction; lesson. 

Pamokymas, Pamokinimas,-o, sm. teach- 
ing; instruction. 

Pamokinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Pamokyti 
(-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to teach; to 
instruct. 

Pamokslas,-o, sm. sermon. 

Pamoksline,-es, sf. pulpit. 

Pamokslininkas,/.-ke, *. preacher. 

Pamokslininkauti (-kauju, -kavau, -kau- 
siu),t\a. to be a preacher; to preach. 



Panaiut 

Pamokslininkiskas,/. -ka, defin. -katis,/ 
-ko|i, adj. preacher's; preacher-like. 
| — kai, adv. in the manner of a 
preacher. 

Pamot6,-3s, sf. stepmother. 

Pampytl(-piju,-pijau,-pysiu), v. a. (col- 
log.) to beat; to cudgel. 

Pamplys,/.-le, *. big-bollied boy. 

Pampotaukslis, -io, sm. bot. puff-ball; 
frog-cheese; puckflst. Lycoperdon. 

Pampsoti (-sau,-sojau, -sosiu), v. n. to 
lie awkwardly; to lie with puffed 
up belly. 

Pampti (-pstu, -pau,-psiu), t>.n. to swell: 
to bloat. 

Pampuska,-os, sf. pancake. 

Pamuris,-io, sm. place next to the walls. 

Pamusalas,-o, sm. lining. 

Pamusimas, -o, sm. conquest; subjuga- 
tion. 

Pamu§H(-§u f -§iau,-§iu),r.a. to beat un- 
der; — kam ak\ y to give one a black 
eye; — kulnis, to trip up the heels; 
[pamu8alu\lo line; to give a lining: 
[apkariauti] to subdue; to conquer. 

Pamustine,-es, sf. kind of mantle. 

Pana,-os, sf. young lady; miss. 

Pariage,-es, sf. part of a finger close to 
the nail. IS panages iskrapHyti, to 
inquire into a thing closely; to 
search closely; to worm out. 

Panagus,/.-gi, defin. -gusis,/. -gio|i, adj. 
convenient; commodious; proper: 
useful. | — giai, adv. conveniently; 
commodiously. |— gumas,m. conven- 
ience; commodiousness. 

Panaikinimas,-o, sm. annulment; aboli- 
tion; annihilation. 

Panaikinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to an- 
nul; to abolish; to annihilate; to de- 
stroy. 

Panaikintojas,/.-|a,0. abolish er. 

Panaite,-es, sf. young lady; miss. 

Panakgiui, adv. on alternate nights; by 
turns; alternately. 

Panaktinis, -io, sf. night- watcher; 
watchman. 

Panarsas,-o, sm. spawn. 

PanaSumas,-o, sm. likeness; similarity; 
resemblence. 

Pana§us,/.-5i,rfe/ln..|usis,/. -sioji, adj. 
like; similar; identical; resembling. 
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PaplktintI 



Panaudojimas, -o, sm. using; employ- 
ment. 
Panaudone,-e$, sf. use; practice; em- 
ploying; employment; handling; ap- 
plication. 
Panaudoti (-doju,-dojau.-dosiu), v.a. to 

use; to employ; to apply. 
Panau|inimas,-o,*m. renewing; reiterat- 
ing; renovation. 
Panaujinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to re- 
new; to reiterate. 
Panavija, = Pinavua. 
Pancerius,-iaus, sm. coat of mail. 
Pan£iai,-ii|, sm. pi. fetter; chains. 
Paniiaka,-os, */. stocking. 
PaniioH(-6ioju,-£iojau,-6iosiu), v.a. to 

fetter; to shackle; to chain. 
Panedelis,-io, sm. Monday. 
Panerti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a.n. to dive 
(into the water); to submerge; to 
plunge. 
Paneieti (-s?ju,-sejau, -Sesiu), v. a. to 
carry a little. \v.n. to be similar to; 
to resemble. 
Panesti (-su,-siau,-Siu), v.a. to carry a 
little; to be able to carry; to bear; to 
suffer; — bledf, to suffer a loss; to 
sustain a loss; — kastus, to bear the 
oharges; to pay the expenses. 
Pane$ik,= Panasus. 
Panieka, -OS, sf. contempt; disdain; 
scorn. 8u panieka, contemptuously ; 
scornfully. 
Paniekinan&iai, adv. disdainfully; con- 
temptuously. 
Paniekinimas, -o, sm. despising; con- 
tempt; disdain; scorn. 
Paniekinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to con- 
temn; to despise; to scorn. 
Paniekinto|as,/.-|a, *. contemner; scorn- 

er; despiser. 
Paniekti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to con- 
temn; to despise. 
Panika,-os, sf. panic. 
Paniurakl8,/.-ke,«. sullen person; one 
who looks with a sullen and malici- 
ous countenance. 
Paniurelis,/.-le, *.= Paniurakis. 
Paniures,/.-rusi, prt. sullen; gloomy; 

malicious. 
Panoreti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. n. to 
have a mind; to wish; to be willing. 
Panose.-es, sf. lower extremity of the 
nose; the place under the nose. 



Panta,-os, sf. roost; cock-loft. 
Pantaplis,-io, sm. slipper. 
Panteistas,/.-te,«. pantheist. 
Panteizmas,-o, sm. pantheism. 
Pantera,-os, sf. tool, panther. 
Pantis,-£io, sm. fetter; shackle. 
Pantomima,-08, sf. pantomime; dumb- 

show. 
Panusti(-nustu,-nudau,-nusiu), v.n. to 

begin to desire, to long for, to lust 

after. 
Paojus, Paojlngas, see Pavojus, Pavo- 

JINGAS. 

Papampes,/.-pusi,pr*. bloated; puffed 

up. 
Papartynas, -o, sm. place overgrown- 

with brakes. 
Papartis,-£io, sm. hot. brake; fern. Pte- 
ris; [velukas] pennant; pennon; flag; 
banner. 
Papas,-o, sm. bubby; pap; niple; teat. 
Papautas,-o, sm. [Mi.] corn; excres- 
cence. 
Papede,-es, sf. footstool: pedestal; basis. 
Papeika, -OS, */. blame; censure; re- 
proof. 
Papeikimas,-e, sm. = Papeika. 
Papeikti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
blame; to censure; to reprehend; to 
reprove. 
Papeneti(-niu,-n6jau, -nesiu), v.a. to 

feed; to feed full. 
Paperas,/.-ra, defin. -rasis,/. -ro\\ f adj., 

— kiausinis, hatch egg. 
Papereti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. a. to 

breed; to hatch; to bring forth. 
Papesti (-su,-siau,-siu), v.a. to pluck a 

tittle. 

Papetes,-$ii|, sm.pl. lady's shirt waist. 

Papiauti (-piauju,-pioviau,-piausiu), v. 

a. to cut; to cut one's throat; to 

slaughter; to butcher. 

Papykelis/.-le,*. an irritatedor angered 

person. 
Papykimas,-o,*m. anger; wrath; indig- 
nation. 
Papykis,-io, sm. anger. 
Papykti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu) t v. n. to be- 
come angry; to become indignant; 
to turn mad. 
Papiktinimas,-o,m. offense; scandal. 
Papiktinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),fl.a. to scan- 
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Papiktin to|as,/. -|a, s. one who gives oc- 
casion for scandal. 

Papildymas,-o, sm. commission; perpe- 
tration. 

Papildyti (dau,-d2iau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
fill up; | to commit; to perpetrate; 

— tmogzudyst^ to commit murder. 
Papile,-es, sf. country beside a fortress. 
Papilti (-liu,-liau,-lsiu), v. a. to strew 

down; to scatter down; to drop 

down. 
Papilve,-es, sf. abdomen; lower part of 

the belly. 
Papirkejas,/.-|a,#. briber. 
Papirke|yste,-e$,«/. bribery. 
Papirkimas, -o, sm. bribing. 
Papirkti (-perku,-pirkau,-pirksiu), v. a. 

to bribe; to gain by a bribe. 
Papirosas,-o, sm. cigarette. 
Paplokltas,/.-ta, ^^n.-tasis,/.-toii y adj. 

flat; compressed. 
Paplonyti (-niju,-nijau,-nysiu), v. a. to 

thin; to make thiner. 
Paploti(-ploju,-plojau,-plosiu), v. a. to 

flatten; to make flat; to make plane. 

| v.n. to applaud. 
Paplukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to beat 

a little; [linus] to swingle a little. 2. 

— (-plunku,-plukau,-pluksiu), v. n. 
to be submerged; — agarose, krau- 
juose, to be drowned in a flood of 
tears or blood. 

Paplusti(-stu,-dau,-siu), v.a.n. to scold; 
to chide; to blame. 2.0. n. to overflow; 
to deluge; to be drowned. — agarose, 
to be drowned in tears; to burst in- 
to a flood of tears. 

Paprastas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 
usual; ordinary; common; common- 
place; habitual. )— tai, adv. usually; 
commonly; ordinarily; habitually. 

Paprasti (-prantu,-pratau,-prasiu), v.n. 
to accustom one's self; to be accus- 
tomed. 

Paprasyti (-§au,-§iau,-§ysiu),fl.a. to beg; 
to ask; to request; to invite. 

Papratimas,-o, #m. custom; habit. 

Papratinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to ac- 
custom; to habituate. 

Paprotys,-5io, sm. custom ; habit; usage. 

Papruga,-os, sf. surcingle; girth; belly- 
band. 

Papuga,-os, sf. orn. parrot; macaw; lo- 
ry; popinjay. 



Parakvija 

Papures,/.-nisl,pW. bloated; puffed up. 

Papursti (-rstu,-rtau,-rsiu),t>.n. to swell; 
to bloat; to puff up. 

Papur$ka,-os, smf. hot-headed person; 
hotspur. 

Papurtes,/.-tusl,pr£. bloated; swelled. 

Papurtimas,-o, sin. bloatedness; swell- 
ing. 

Papurtymas,-o, sm. shaking. 

Papurtyti(-rtau,-r£iau,-rtysiu), v. a. to 
shake. 

Papustas,-o, sm. strap. 

Papusti ( [papusti] -pufciu,-pufciau, -pu- 
siu), v.a. to blow. 2. — ([papusti] 
-puntu,-putau,-pusiu),u.n. to swell; 
to bloat; (vulg.) to die; to perish. 

Papustyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu), v.a. to 
sharpen; to whet ;(skutykl(\ to strap. 

Paputi (-pu.vu,-puvau,-pusiu); v.n. to 
rot; to become rotten; to putrefy. 

Paputzandis, /. -de, s. (vulg.) chubby 
cheeked person. 

Papuzas, -o, sm. [Mi.] bundle of tobacco 
leaves. 

Papzindis, /. -de, s. (vulg.) an unfledged 
boy ; stripling. 

Par-, an inseparable preposition or pre- 
fix to verbs and verbal nouns; it de- 
notes a return, and is rendered in- 
to English by back; down. 

Para, -os, sf. four and twenty hours. 

Paragauti (-gauju.-gavau, -gausiu), v.a. 
to taste. 

Paragavimas, -o, sm. tasting; taste. 

Parage, -es, sf. base of a horn. 

Paraginimas, -o, sm, urging on; com- 
mand; order. 

Paraginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to order; 
to command; to urge; to impel; to 
incite. 

Paragrafas, -o, sm. paragraph. 

Paragrafuoti (-fuoju, -favau, -fuosiu),t>. 
a. to divide into paragraphs. 

Paraikyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v.a.frq. 
to cut; to slice. 

Paraitas, -o, sm. tuck; plait; pleat. 

Paraikyti (-tau,-£iau,-tysiu), v.a. to tuck 
up; [plaukus] to curl; to crisp. 

Parakas, -o, sm. gun-powder. 

Parakine, -es, sf. powder-case; powder- 
box. 

Parakragis, -io, sm. powder-horn. 

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Paraiele * 

Paraiele, -e$, */. (& -ISlis, -io, sm.) paral- 
lel; parallel line. 
Paralelinis, /. -ne; Paraleliskas, /. -ka, 

defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, adj. parallel. | 

— kai, adv. parallelly. 
Paraliziut, -iaut, sm. palsy; paralysis. 
Paralizuoti (-zuoju, -zavau, -zuosiu), v. 

a. to paralyze; to render torpid. 
Parama, -08, */. support; ,/ty. support; 

aid; help; assistance. 
Paramas, -o, sm. ferry-boat; passage- 

-boat; pram. 
Paramininkat,/.-ke,«. ferry-man; ferry- 

-woman. 
Paramstia, -Slo, sm. joist; prop; sup- 
port; pillar. 
Paramatytl (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu), v. a. 

frq. to underprop; to underpin; to 

support. 
Parangumas, -0, sm. nimbleness; agility ; 

readiness. 
Parangus,/. -gi, ntr. -gu, defin. -gusis, /. 

-giojl, adj. nimble; active; lively; 

dapper; ready. 
Paranka, -ot, */. bail; security; bond. 
Paranke, -es, sf. armpit. 
Parankiai, adv. handily; conveniently. 
Parankioti, see Parinkti. 
Parankis, /. -ke, s. (arklys) off horse; 

led-horse. 
Parankumas, -o, sm. convenientness. 
Parankus,/. -ki, ntr. -ku, defin. -kusis, /. 

-kioji, adj. handy; convenient. 
Parapija, -OS, sf. parish: congregation. 
Parapliinis,/.-ne, adj. of a parish; pa- 
rochial. 
Parapi|onat,/.-ne, s. parishioner; par- 

ochian. 
Parasas,-o,*m. signature; subscription; 

inscription. 
ParaSymas, -o, sm. writing. 
Parasyti (-sau, -Siau, -sysiu), v. a. to 
wr ite; — prasymq, to draw up a pe- 
tition. 
Paraudes, /.-dual, prt. turned red; red- 
dened; blushing. 

Paraudonaves,/.-vusi, prt. = Paraud£s. 

Paraudonuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), 
v.a. to redden; to make red. | v. n. 
to redden; to become red; to blush. 

Parauginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to pick- 
le for a while. 

Paraugti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to 



Paredalas 

pickle in; to steep in a pickle; — 
agurkus, to pickle cucumbers; — 
duonq, to leaven bread. 

Paraukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
wrinkle; to corrugate; to shrivel; 
(colloq.) to sew ready. 

Parauti (-rauju,-roviau,-rausiu), v.a. to 
pluck; to pull up. 

Parazitas, -o, sm. parasite. 

Parazitinis,/.-ne;Paraziti»kas,/.-kM</?n. 
•kasis, /. -ko|i, adj. parasitic(al). | 
—kai, adv. parasitical ly. 

Parbegti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu), v.n. to run 
home; to return running. 

Parbloksti (-blaSkiu, -bloskiau, -blok- 
§iu), v.a. to bring to the ground; to 
throw down; to overthrow. 

Parbrauktl (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
strike through; to cancel. | v. n. 
[parkeliauti\ to return; to come 
back. 

Parbristi (-bredu, -bridau, -brisiu), v.n. 
to ford back; to wade back. 

Pardave|as,/.-|a, s. seller; vender; sales- 
man. 

Pardavybe, -es,*f. salableness; venality; 
salability. 

Pardavikas, /. -ke, s. seller; fig. traitor; 
betrayer. 

Pardavykla,-os,*/. market-house; ware- 
house. 

Pardavimas, -0,sm. sale; vent. Ant par- 
davimo, for sale. 

Pardavineti (-neju,-nejau,-nesiu), v frq., 
Parduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v. 
a. to sell; to vend. Brangiai—, to 
sell at a high price; piffiai—, to sell 
cheap. 

Pardauingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. salable; vendable; marketable; 
[apieypatas] venal; mercenary; cor- 
ruptible. |— gai, adv. vendably; ven- 
ally; mercenarily. | — gumas,*w. sal- 
ableness; vendableness; venality; 
mercenariness. 

Pardavinyfiia, -ios, sf. market-house; 
warehouse; storehouse. 

Pardelis, -io, sm. [Kr.] leopard. 

Pardoza, -os, */. sale. 

Parduo&ke, -es, */. store; storehouse. 
Parduoti, see PardavinEti. 
Paredalas, -o, sm. that which serves to 
adorn; finery; gay clothes; robe; 
dress. 



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Parole 



Paredymas, -o, sm. order; regulation; 
arrangement; disposition; | adorn- 
ing; adornment. 

Paredyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a to 
arrange; to dispose; to regulate; | 
to adorn; to deck; to decorate; to 
dress nicely. 

Parftdkas, -o, sm. order; regulation. 

Pared nys, -iij, sm.pl. showy dress. 

Pareiga, -os v sf. duty; obligation. 

Pareiginis,/.-ne, adj. duteous. 

Pareinandiai, Pareitiniai, adv. in a suit- 
able manner; suitably; fitly. 

Pareiti (-einu,-ejau,-eisiu), v.n to come 
back; to come home; [tilpti] to find 
room enough; [fvykti] to arise; to 
come from ; to originate. 

Parekauti (-kauju, -kavau, -kausiu), v. 
frq. t Parekti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.n. 
to cry for a while; to scold; to 
brawl. 

Paremti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 
underpin; to underprop; | to lean 
against; | to support; to back; to up- 
hold; to second; [pinigais] to sub- 
sidize. 

Parendas,-o,*?ft. confession; oonfession- 
ary sermon. 

Parendijimas, -o, sm. confession; shrift. 

Parendininkas,/.-ke, s. confessant. 

Parendyti (-diju, -dijau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
confess; to shrive one from sins. 

Parengimas, -o, sm. preparing; prepar- 
ation; arrangement. 

Parengti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v.a. to pre- 
pare; to make ready; to arrange. 

Pargabenimas, -o, sm. bringing or car- 
rying home. 

Pargabenti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. tabring 
home; to carry home; to convey 
home. 

Parginti (-genu,-giniau,-ginsiu), v.a. to 
drive back; to drive home. 

Pargirgzdeti (-zdu,-zd€jau,-zdesiu), v.n. 
to come back creaking. 

Pargriuti, = Pagriuti. 

Pargrfzlmas, Pargrjzti, see Pagrizimas, 

PAGRIZTI. 

Pargulti(-lu,-liau,-lsiu), v.n. to lie down 

a little; to take a nap. 
Pariekti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a. to cut, 

to slice a little. 
Pariesti(-rieciu,-rieciau,-riesiu;, v.a. to 

turn up; to bend a little. 



Parymoti (-moju, -mojau, -mosiu),t>. n. 
to lean on the arm for a moment. 

Parinkos, -4, sf.pl gleanings. 

Parinkti (-renku, -rinkau, -rinksiu), Pa- 
rankioti (-kioju,-kiojau,-kiosiu), v.a. 
to gather; to pick up; to glean. 

Paristi (-ritu, -ritau, -risiu), v. a. to 
wheel; to whirl; to spin; — ripkq, to 
spin a whirligig; | to overthrow; to 
bring to the ground. 

Paryiys, -io, sm. band ; fillet. 

Pariiti (-Su, -fiau, -§iu), v. a. to under- 
bind; to bind up; to tie up. 

Parizejas, -0, sm. pharisee. 

Paryzius, -iaus, sm. Paris. 

Parka, -os, sf. itch [see Pabkos] ; fig. 
one affected with itches; itchy 
fellow; fig. rascal. 

Parkas, -0, sm. park. 

Parketas, -0, sm. parquet. 

Parkius,/.-ke, s. itchy person. 

Parklupis, -io, sm. stumbling. 

Parklupti (-klumpu, -klupau, -klupsiu), 
v.n. to stumble. 

Parkos, -i|, sf.pl. itch. 

Parlamentas, -0, sm. parliament. 

Parlamentariikas, /.-ka, adj. parliament- 
ary. 

Parmazonas,/.-ne, s. infidel. 

Parmesti (-metu, -metfiau, -me*iu), v.a 
to bring to the ground; to over- 
throw. 

Parnesli (-5u, -§iau, -Siu), v. a. to bring 
home. 

Paroda, -os, sf. show; showing; | pa- 
rade; I exhibition; exposition; fair. 
Visasvietine — , world's exposition. 

Parodas, -0, sm. proof ; argument; evi- 
dence; averment. 

Parodaviete, -os, sf. exhibition; public 
show. 

Parodifa, -os, sf. parody. 

Parodymas, -0, sm. showing; exhibiting. 

Parodyti (-dau, -tlziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
show; to exhibit; to point at or out. 

Paroduoti (-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v.n. 
to parade. 

Paroglinti (-linu, -linau, -linsiu), v. a. 
(vulg.) to set; to put; to place. 

Parokuoti (-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu), v.a. 
to reckon; to count. 

Parole, -es, sf. parole; watchword; pass- 
word. 



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2J1 



Pasalomt 



fit of 



Paroksizmas, -0, sm. paroxysm 

rage or madness. 
Parpietis, -Sto, sm. noon; midday. 
Parplys, -lo, sm. one who snorts; | a 

kind of insect. 
Parpti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v.n. to snort; 

to sniff; to pur. 
Parslbaladoti (-doju, -dojau, -dosiu), v. 

rfl. to come back with noise and 

bustle. 
Partibastyti (-stau, -sciau, -stysiu}, v.n. 

to stroll home; to rove back. 
Parsidavelis, /. -lo, *. one who has sold 

himself; mercenary. 
Parsidavimas, -o, sm. selling of oneself; 

venality. 
Parsiduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v. 

rfl. to be sold; to sell one's self. 
Parstupas, -o, sm.bot. common ivy. He- 

dera helix. 
Partes, -o, dim. •leiis, -iiukas, sm. pig; 

porker. 
Pariiena, -os y sf. pork. 
Parsinga, defin. -goji, adj.f. big with 

young (applied to sows). 
Pariinis,/. -ne, adj. of pig; of porker. 
Pariiukas, -o, sm. young pig; sucking 

Pi*. . 
ParSuotis (-Suojuos, -Savaus, -suosiuos), 

v.rfl. to pig; to farrow. 
Partija,-os, sf. party; faction; [loHme] 

game; match. 
Partikullari§kas,/.-ka, <k/2n.-kasis,/.-ko- 

|i, adj. particular; minute. 
Partitura,-os, sf. mua. score. 
Parubtiinlnkas,/ -ke, *. borderer. 
Paruboiinis,/.-ne, adj. bordering; adja- 
cent to the border. 
Parubezis,-io, sm. country adjacent to 

the border. 
Parubeziskis,/.-ke, s. borderer. 
Paiuge,-es, sf. country beside a rye 

field. 
Parugos,-ij, sf. whey. 
Paruka y -ot y sf. periwig; peruke; wig. 
Parukyti(-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v. a. n. to 

smoke; [pasmilkyti] to incense; to 

perfume with incense. 
Partialis, -lo, sm. basement; ground 

floor. 
Parva,-os,{f. color; hue; tinge; dye; 

paint. 
Parvadinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v a. to call 

home; to call back; to bring back. 



Parvagis,-io, sm. faucet. 

Parvaryti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 
drive back; to drive home. 

Parvaiiuoti (-ziuoju, -ziavau, -ziuosiu), 
v.n. to come home (in a carriage). 

Parvedininkas,-o y sm. [Kr.] bridesman; 
person who introduces the bride to 
the bridegroom's house. 

Parvesti (-vedu,-vedziau,-vesiu), v. a. to 
bring home; to bring back. 

Parvestuves,-iij, sf. pL ceremony of in- 
troducing the bride to the bride- 
groom's house. 

Parveiti(-zu,-ziau,-8iu), v. a. to bring 
home (in a carriage). 

Parvirstl (-rstu,-rtau,-rsiu), v.n. to drop 
to the ground; to fall down; to tum- 
ble down. 

Parvuoti(-vuoju,-vavau,-vuosiu), v. a. 
to dye; to tinge. 

Pat, prep, with ace. near; at; by; to; 
with. Pas mus taijau ne flacky, with 
us , it is now out of custom* EUcS 
pas inane, come to me. Buvau pas 
tave, I was at your house. Pas var- 
tu», near the gate; at the gate. 

Pasaga,-os, «/. horseshoe; [Kr.] belly- 
band ; surcingle. 

Pasaitas,-o, *ro. bond; band; cord; tie; 
ligament; tendon. 

Pasaitis,-tio, = Pasattas. 

Pasak, adv. according to; — jo iodtfy, 
according to his words. 

Pasaka y -os y sf. fable; narration; tale; 
story ; legend. 

Pasakiskas,/.-ka, de/l».-kasis y /.-koii y adj. 
fictitious; fabulous; legendary. 

Pasakyti (-kau, -kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
tell; to say. 

Pasako]imas,-o, sf. narration; narrative; 
story. 

Pasakoti (-koju,-kojau,-kosiu), v. a. to 
relate; to narrate. 

Pasakotofas, /. -|a, s. narrator; story- 
teller. 

Pa$ala y -ot y sf.(obsol.) wile; malice; wily 
trick. Iipasaty, furtively; treacher- 
ously; insidiously. 

Pasaldinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Pasaldyti 
(-dau,-dziau,-dysiu),«j.a. to sweeten; 
to gratify; to delight; — kam gyve- 
nimq, to sweeten one's life. 

Pasaloms, adv. treacherously; insidi- 
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Pasalumas, -o, sm. furtiveness; insidi- 
ousness; treacherousness; mischiev- 
ousness. 

Pasalunas,/.-ne, 8. treacherous man or 
woman; wily person. 

Pasalunybe,-es, sf furtiveness; insidi- 
ousness; treachery. 

PasaluniSkas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. furtive; treacherous; hollow. | 
— kai, adv. furtively; falsely. 

Pa$alus,/.-H, defin. -lusis, /. -lioji, adj. 
furtive; insidious; wily; sly; treach- 
erous; fraudulent; mischievous; de- 
ceitful. | —Hal, adv. treacherously; 
insidiously; furtively. 

Pasamdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
hire. 

Pa$amonai,-i|, sm. pi. (vulg.) lap; skirt; 
[Mb.] garters. 

Pasarga,-os, sf. note ; remark ; annota- 
tion. 

Pasauba,-os, smf. blusterer; swaggerer; 
bully. 

Pasaubelis, = Pasauba. 

Pasauga,-os, sf. circumspection; cau- 
tion; heed; | note; remark. 

Pasaugoti (-goju,-gojau,-gosiu), v. a. to 
watch; to guard; | to observe; to 
notice. 

Pasaugus, /. -gl, adj. careful; cautious; 
wary; circumspect. 

Pasaule,-es>$f., Pasaulis,-io, sm. world; 
universe. Pasauliui eiti, to go to- 
ward the sun. 

Pasauiinis,/.-ne,*. existing under the 
sun; of the universe; universal; 
worldly. 

Pas5iukai,-ij, sm. pi. table beer; small 
beer. 

Pasedeti (-dziu.-dejau, -desiu), v. n. to 
sit for a while; to be able to sit. 

Paseilinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to slav- 
er; to beslaver; to moisten with sali- 
va. 

Pasekejas,/.-ja, s. follower; partisan; 
adherent; disciple. 

Pasekme,-es, sf. result; consequence; 
effect. 

Pasekmingas,/. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -goji, 
adj. successful; effective; efficacious. 
| — gai, adv. successfully. 

Pasekmingumas,-o, sm. successfullness; 



Pasideti 



Pasekti (-ku,-kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to go 
after; to follow; todog;| to imitate; 
to follow. 

Paselys,-io, sm. seed corn; seed grain. 

Pasemti (-miu, -miau, -msiu), v. a. to 
draw up; to draw; to derive. 

Paseneti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), Pasenti 
(-nstu, -nau, -nsiu), v.n. to grow old; 
to become old; to age. 

Pasergeti (geju,-gejau,-gesiu), v. a. to 
notice; to remark. 

Paseti (-seju,-se*jau,-sesiu), v.a. to sow; 
to have sown. 

Pasi-, a prefix to verbs consisting of prep. 
pa-, and rfl. part. -si-. 

Pasiaustl (-siaufciu, -siaufciau, -siausiu), 
v.a. to throw and scatter: to throw 
loosely; to swing (as a club). \v.n. to 
play a little; to trifle a little. 

Pasibaigti (-giu,-giau, -gsiu), v. rfl. to 
come to an end; to be finished; to 
be concluded; to terminate. 

Pasibarti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.rfl.(ant ko) 
to censure; to blame; to scold. 

Pasibijoti (-jau,-jojau,-josiu), v. rfl. to 
be afraid of; to take fright; to fear. 

Pasibovyti (-viju,-vijau,-vysiu), v.r% to 
toy; to play; to amuse one's self. 

Pasibu&iuoti (-£iuoju,-£iavau, -£iuosiu), 
v.rfl. to kiss each other. 

Pasidabinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
dress one's self nicely; to put on 
rich garments; to adorn one's self. 

Pasidaboti(-boju,-bojau,-bosiu), v. rfl. 
to be pleased with; to take a liking 
to. 

Pasidabruoti (-ruoju,-ravau, -ruosiu), v. 
a. to silver over. 

Pasidalinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Pasidalytl 
(-llju,-lijau, -lysiu), v.rfl. to share 
with; to divido with. 

Pasidarbuoti (-buoju, -bavau, -buosiu), 
v.rfl. to work for. 

Pasidaryti (-rau,-riau,-rysiu), v. rfl. to 
do or make for one's self. | v.impers. 
to happen. Kas pasidaref what hap- 
pened? 

Pasidauginti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.rfl. to in 
crease; to become more (in quanti- 
ty or number); to multiply. 

Pasidavimas,-o, sm. submission; yield- 
ing. 

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put or place for one's self; | to be 
missing. 

Pasididintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.rfl. to in- 
crease; to grow larger; to enlarge it. 

Pasididziavimas, -o, sm. arrogance; 
haughtiness. 

Pasididziuoti (-dziuoju,-diiavau,-diiuo- 
siu), v.rfl. to be proud of; to have a 
high opinion of one's self; to boast; 
to brag. 

Pasiduoti (-duodu, -daviau, •duosiu), v. 
rfl. to yield; to submit; to surrender. 

Pasidziaugti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v. rfl. to 
rejoice at; to be glad of. 

Pasiekeiis,-io, sm. sledge; sledge ham- 
mer; smith's hammer. 

Pasiekti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),i>.a. to reach; 
to attain. 

Pasielglmas,-o, sm, conduct; behavior. 

Pasielgti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. rfl. to 
conduct one's self; to behave; to 
deal; to treat. 

Pasienis,-io, sm. place next to the wall ; 
country adjacent to the bound or 
border. 

Pasigailejimas, -o, sm. pity; mercy; 
compassion. 

Patigaileti (-liu,-l§jau,-lesiu), v. rfl. to 
take or have pity upon; to compas- 
sionate. 

Pasigaminti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
provide one's self with; to supply 
one's self with; to make for oneself. 

Pasiganyinas,-o, sm. bait (on a journey). 

Patiganyti (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v. rfl. to 
bait; to stop to bait {on a journey). 

Pasigauti (-gaunu,-gavau,-gausiu), t>.r#. 

t to catch for one's self; [ panaudoti] 
to use; to employ; [pasveikti] to be- 
come well again; to recover. 

Pasigelbeti (-biu,-bejau,-bSsiu), v.rfl. to 
help one's self; to succour or relieve 
one's self. 

Pasigerinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
grow better; — ham, to insinuate 
one's self into another's favor; to 
fawn. 

Pasigerti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.rfl. to get 
drunk; to become intoxicated. 

Pasigestl (-gendu,-gedau,-gesiu), v. rfl. 

to feel the absence of; to miss. 
Pasigirti (-giriu,-gyriau,-girsiu), v. rfl. 
to boast; to vaunt. 



Pasikloti 

Pasiguldyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
lay a>wn by one's own side; to lay 
one down. 

Pasiguodimas,-o, sm. complaining; com- 
plaint. 

Pasiguosti (-guodziu, -guodziau, -guo- 
siu), v.rfl. to complain. 

Pasiguzti (-ziu,-ziau,-§iu),t>.r/f. to squat; 
to cower. 

Pasiilgimas,-O y sm. longing; yearning. 

Pasiilgti (-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n, to long; 
to yearn. 

Pasiimti (-imu,-Smiau,-imsiu), v.rfl. to 
take for one's self; to take with. 

Pasi|os,-ij, sf. pi. si f tings. 

Pasijoti (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. a. to 
sift a little. 

Pasikalbejimas, -o, sm. talk; familiar 
converse; conversation. 

Pasikalbeti (-bu,-b€jau,-b€siu), v.rfl. to 
talk with one; to have a conversa- 
tion. 

Pasikarti (-kariu,-koriau,-karsiu), v.rfl. 
to hang one's self. 

Pasikasyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.rfl. {gal- 
vq ) to scratch one's head. 

Pasikasoti (-soju,-sojau, -sosiu), v. rfl. 
to tuck up. 

Pasikelelis,/.-le, *. rebel; insurgent; re- 
volutionary. 

Pasikelti(-liu,-liau,-lsiu),#.r/Z. to stand 
up; to arise. 

Pasikeseti (-seju,-sejau,-sesiu), v.rfl. to 
attempt. 

Pasikesinimas,-o, sm. attempt; outrage 
(upon). 

Pasikesinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.rfl. to at- 
tempt; to make an attempt; — ant 
keno gyvasties, to make an attempt 
on one's life. 

Paslklausyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v. rfl. to 
listen for a while; to hearken to. 

Pasiklausti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. rfl. to 
ask; to inquire. 

Pasiklysti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v.rfl. to lose 
one's way; to mistake. 

Pasiklonfoti (-nioju, -niojau, -nosiu), v. 
rfl. to bow to one; to present com- 
pliments. 

Pasikloti (-kloju,-klojau,-klosiu), v.rfl. 
to spread for one's self; to make a 
bed for one's self; [pavykti] to suc- 
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Pasikuprinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. rfl. to 

stoop. 
Pasilaikymas,~o, sm. keeping for one's 
self; retaining; [padejimas] condi- 
tion; state; [pasivedimas] conduct; 
behavior. 

Pasilaikyti (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v. rfl. to 
keep for one's self; to retain; [buti 
padgime] to be in a condition; to bo 
in a state ; [vestis save] to behave; to 
conduct one's self. Kaip pasUaikotef 
how are you getting along? 

Pasileid6lis,/.-l6, «. a wanton or disso- 
lute person. 

Pasileisti (-leidziu,-leidau,-leisiu), v.rfl. 
to quit one's hold; to let oneself go; 
[sutirptijto melt; to dissolve;! to be- 
come licentious or wanton. 

Pasilenkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. rfl. to 
stoop; to bow; to bow or bend for 
one's self. 

Pasllgti, = Pasiilgti. 

Pasiliauti, = Paliauti. 

Pasiliktl (-lieku.-likau.-liksiu), v,rfl. to 
remain; to stay; to stay behind. 

Pasilseti (-siu,-sejau,-sesiu),t\7*. to rest; 
to repose. 

Pasilsis,-io, sm. rest; repose. 

Pasimegimas,-o, sm. liking; inclination; 
contentment: discretion. 

PasimuSti (-su,-§iau,-siu), v.rfl. to fight 
with one; — kojq, to hurt one's foot. 

Pasinerti (-neriu,-n?riau,-nersiu), v. rfl. 
to dive; to plunge. 

Pasinoreti, = PanorEti. 

Pasipainiotl (nioju,-niojau, -niosiu), v. 
rfl. to be met. = Pasipinti. 

Pasipazinti (-z^stu.-zinau.-zinsiu), v.rfl. 
to know each other; to be acquaint- 
ed. 

Pasipiauti (-piauju.-pioviau, -piausiu), 
v.rfl. to cut for one's self; to cut 
one's self; to cut one's own throat. 

Pasipiktinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.rfl. to be 
disgusted; to be offended. 

Pasipiiti(-lu,-liau,-lsiu), v.rfl. to strew 
itself; to be strewed; to pour forth; 
to break forth. 

Pasipinti (-nu, -niau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
meet; to be met; to appear unex- 
pectedly. Mums pasipyne tulos kliu- 
tys, we met with some obstacles. 

Pasipuosti (-§iu,-§iau,-§iu),t>.r/J.to adorn 
one's self; to dress one's self nicely. 



Pasiiventimas 

Pasipusti (-puciu, -ciau, -siu), v. rfl. to 
swell; to bloat \fig. to become arro- 
gant; to look big. 

Pasiputelis, /.-!*,«• an arrogant person; 
proud fop. 

Pasiremti (-miu,-miau,-msiu), v. rfl. to 
lean upon. 

Paslrengti (-giu,-giau, -gsiu), v. rfl. to 
prepare one's self; to be prepared. 

Pasirinkti (-renku.-rinkau, -rinksiu), v. 
rfl. to pick up for one's self; to 
choose; to take or make a choice. 

Pasiriiti (-su,-§au,-siu), v.rfl. to under- 
hind; to tie up. 

Pasirjzti (-itu,-zau,-§iu), v.rfl. to deter- 
mine upon; to decide. 

Pasirodyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.rfl. to 
show one's self; to appear. 

Paslrokuoti (-kuoju.-kavau.-kuosiu), v. 
rfl. to count for one's self; | to dis- 
pute; to quarrel. 

Pasiruoiti (-§iu,-siau,-5iu),t>.r/&. to pre- 
pare one's self ; to be prepared; to 
undertake. 

Pasirupinti (-nu,-nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
take care for or of ; to take pains; 
to endeavor. 

Pasisakyti <-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v. rfl. to 
tell of one's self; to confess. 

Pasisamdyti (dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. rfl. 
to hire for one's self. 

Pasisaugoti (-goju,-gojau,-gos!u), v. rfl. 
to guard one's self against; to watch 
one's self. 

Pasisavintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
appropriate to one's self. 

Pasisekimas,-o, sm. success. 

Pasisekti (-ka,-ke\-ks), v.impers. to suc- 
ceed; to be successful; to not fail. 
Taijampasiseke, he has brought it 
to a good issue. 

Pasislepti (-piu, -piau, -psiu). v. rfl. to 
hide one's self; to abscond. 

Pastsotinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.rfl. to sa- 
tiate one's self. 

Pasiiiauielis,/.-!*, #. one with dishev- 
eled hair; fig. an insubordinate 
person. 

Pasiiiauiti (-§iu, -Siau, -Siu), r. rfl. to 
bristle; to stand up; — priti kq y to 
rise against; to rebel; to revolt; to 
mutiny. 

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Pasiivestl 

PJSiivestl (-Svenciu,-6iau,-8v§siu) f v.rfl. 
to devote one's self to a thing; — 
mokslui, to devote one's self to sci- 
ence. 

Pasitaikyti (-ko,-ke\ -kys), v. impers. to 
happen; to occur. 

Pasitaisyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v. rfl. to 
make or prepare for one's self; to 
repair for one's self; | to grow bet- 
ter. 

Pasitarauti (-rauju,-ravau,-rausiu), Pa- 
sitarti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.rfl. to con- 
fer with; to converse. 

Pasiteirauti (rauju, -ravau, -rausiu), v. 
rfl. to inquire; to ask after. 

Pasitelkti(-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.rfl. to in- 
vite to help. 

Pasity6ioiimas,-o 9 sm. scorning; scorn; 
scoff; defiance; derision; jeering; 
sneering; mockery. 

Pasitydioti (-cioju,-ciojau,-£iosiu), v.rfl. 
to scorn; to scoff. 

Pa$itikejimas,-o, sm. trust; confidence. 

Patitiktti (-kiu,-kgjau,-k6siu), v. rfl. to 
trust; to repose confidence in one. 

Pasitursintl(-nu, -nau, -nsi u ), v.rfl. to bo w 
or bend one's self; to stoop; — kam, 
(vulg.) to bow to one. 

Pasiula,-os, tf. offer; proposal. 

Pasiulyii (-lau,-liau,-lysiu),i>.a. to offer; 
to proffer; to propose. 

Pasiundyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
set on or against; to incite; to abet; 
to instigate. 

Pasiuntinybe,-6s, tf. mission. 

Pasiuntinl|a 9 -os 9 tf legateship; legation; 
embassy. 

Pasiuntinys,-io 9 sm. messenger; envoy; 
deputy; delegate. 

Pasiuntinystt,-es, sf. mission. 

Pasiutti (-siuntu,-siutau,-siusiu), v. n. 
to run mad; — iSpiktumo, to be seiz- 
ed with rage; to fall into rage, to 
run mad. 

Pastysti (-siunciu,-siun5iau, -siusiu), v. 
a. to send; to dispatch; to transmit. 

Pasiuteli$,/.-ie, «. madman; madcap. 

Pasiutes,/.-tusi,pr*. mad;Jfy. mad; fu- 
rious. 

Pasiutl (-siuvu, -siuvau, -siusiu), v. a. to 
sew ready. 

Patiiitimas 9 -o 9 sm. madness; rage; fury; 
frenzy. 



245 Paskfjsti 

PMiutlikas t /.-ka,(fe/ln.-kasis,/.-ko|i,^. 
mad; like mad. | "— kai, adv. madly; 
furiously. 

Pasiutusiai, adv. madly. 

Pasivazineti (-n6ju,-n6jau t -n6siu), v.rfl. 
to take a drive. 

Pasivedimas,-o, sm. conduct; behavior; 
[pasisekimas] success. 

Pasivelinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.rfl. to 
come too late. 

Pasivelyti (-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v. rfl. to 
allow one's self; to permit one's self 
to ask permission. 

Pasivesti(-vedu,-vediiau,-vesiu),r.r/.to 
lead a little way; [pasielgti] to be- 
have; to conduct one's 8eU;[pamek- 
ti] to succeed. 

Pasivyti (-veju,-vijau,-vysiu), r. rfl. to 
overtake. 

Pasiiadetl (-du,-dgjau,-desiu), v.rfl. to 
promise oneself; to engage; to vow. 

Pasizinti (-zistu,-zi nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
know each other; to be acquainted. 

Pasiziureti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. rfl. 
to look at; to look about. 

Paskaityti (-skaitau, -skaifciau, -skaity- 
siu), v.a. to read a little; to be able 
to read; | to reckon; to repute. 

Paskala,-03, tf. flying report; rumor; 
decrial. 

Paskanda 9 -os f tf. damnation ; condem- 
nation. 

Paskandinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
drown; to sink. 

Paskelba,-os 9 sf rumor. 

Paskendeiis,/.-le, «. drowned person. 

Paskiau, Paskiaus,a(fo. little later; later 
on. 

Paskiausias, /. -sia, adj. latest. 

Paskilbes,/.-busi,pr*. famous; [blogat] 
ill-reputed. 

Paskilbti (-bstu,-bau,-bsiu), v.n. to be- 
come famous; to be known abroad. 

Paskinti (-nu,-niau,-nsiu), v.a. to pluck 
off. 

Paskyrimas, -o, sm. nomination; ap- 
pointment ; designation ; destination. 

Paskirti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v a. to nomi- 
nate; to appoint; to designate. 

Pasklanda,-os, sf sloping side (of a road). 

Paskljsti (-stu,-dau,-siu),t>.n. to spread; 
to be propagated. Oandas paskttdo 
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Paskola,-os, sf. loan. , 

Paskolyti (-liju,-lijau, -lysiu), v. a., — 
ka »t, to lend ; — kam pinig^ to lend 
one money; — nuo ko, to borrow of 
one or from one. 

Paskuba,-os, sf haste; hurry. 

Paskubinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. n. to 
hasten. 

PaskucJausias,/. -sia, adj. last of all; 
final. 

Paskui, adv. after; afterward ; later on; 
| prep, with ace. after; behind. 

Paskqsti (-skundziu, -skundziau, -sku,- 
siu), v.a. (kam ko) to spare. 

Paskutinis,/.-ne, adj. last; fiual. 

Paslanka,-os, sf. willingness; readiness; 
eagerness. 

Paslankumas 9 -O v sm. willingness; eager- 
ness. 

Pa$lanku$,/.-ki, <*«/!?*. -kusis,/.-kioji, adj. 
willing; ready; eager. 

Paslapftai, adv. secretly; underhand- 
edly; privately. 

Paslaptingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis, /. -goji, 
adj. secret; clandestine; mysteri- 
ous. 

Paslaptinis,/.-ne, adj. secret; clandes- 
tine; mysterious. 

Paslaptis,-ies, sf. mystery ; secret. 

Paslas,-o, sm. messenger. 

Paslepimas,-o, sm. concealment. 

Pasiepsnis,-ies, sf. under part of the 
flank (of an animal). 

Paslepti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v.a. to hide; 
to conceal. 

Pasleptine,-es, #/. secret; mystery; | ar- 
canum; secrecy. 

Paslepto|as,/.-|a, #. concealer. 

Paalikas,/.-ka, adj. half dead; uncon- 
scious; senseless. 

Paslysti (-lystu,-lydau, -lysiu), v. n. to 
slip; to slide. 

Pasmakris,-io, sm. lower part of the 
chin; gill. 

Pasmardinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. n. to 
give a stink; to make stinking. 

Pasmaugimas,-o, sm. strangulation. 

Pasmaugti ( giu, -giau, -gsiu), v.a. to 
strangle; to choke; to throttle. 

Pasmeigti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu),c.a. to spit; 
to thrust through; to impale. 

Pasmerkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
sink; to plunge; to submerge; [nu- 
tmtx\ to sentence; to doom. 



Pastaras 

Pasmilkyti(-kau,-kiau t -kysiu) f v.a. to 
incense; to fume; to smoke a little. 

Pasmirdelis,/.-le, *. stinker; stinkard. 

Pasmirsti (-rstu,-rdau,-rsiu), v.n. to be- 
gin to stink. 

Pasnigti (-sninga, -snigo, -snigs), v. im- 
pers. to snow a little. 

Pasnikas,-o, sm. fast. 

Pasnikauti (-kauju,-kavau, -kausiu), v. 
n. to fast. 

Pasnikavimas,-0, sm. fasting. 

Pasodinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to seat- 
to make one sit down; to put; to set; 
to plant; — ant arklio t to set one on 
horseback; — medfa bulves, to plant 
a tree, to plant potatoes. 

Pasoga,-os, sf dower; dowry. 

Pasoste, -es, sf. seat; cushion. 

Pasotinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to sati- 
ate; to fill; to satisfy appetite. 

Paspara, -os, sf. prop; support; scotch. 

Pasparne, -es, sf. part of fowl's body 
under the wing. 

Pa$peti(-sp6ju, -spSjau, -spesiu), v.n. to 
be able to follow one closely; to keep 
pace with; — pributi f kur, to arrive 
in time. 

Paspyrys,-io r sm. prop; support; stay. 

Paspirti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to kick; 
to give a kick; [paremti] to prop; 
to scotch. 

Paspirti3,-ies, sf. prop; support; stay; 
jig. support; aid. 

Pasportas,-o, sm. passport; pass. 

Paspreste, -as, sf. saddle-girth; sur- 
cingle. 

Paspringti (-gstu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to 
choke. 

Pasriuti (-sriu,vu,-sriuvau,-sriusiu), v.n. 
to be overflowed; — kravjuose, to be 
imbrued in blood; — agarose, to be 
drowned in tears. 

Pasriuves,/.-vu$i,iw , $. imbrued; drown- 
ed. 

Pastaba,-os, sf remark; note; annota- 
tion. 

Pastale,-es, sf place under the table. 

Pastanga,-os, ^".strength ; power ; effort ; 
exertion. 

Pastara,-os, sf. ultimate point; final 
state; finality; extremity. 

Pastarangas,-o, sm. thong; whip-cord. 

Pastaras,/.-ra, dejin. -rasisj. -ro|i, adj. 



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extreme; last; final; ultimate;| late; 

recent. 
Pastatytl (-statau,-staciau,-tysiu), v. a. 

to set; to erect; to rear; to build; 

— namq, to erect a building: to 

build a house; kq ant savo — , to car- 
ry one's point. 
Pastebeti(-biu,-bejau, -besiu), v. a. to 

see; to perceive. 
Pasternokas,-o, sm. hot. parsnip. Pasti- 

naca sativa. 
Pasti|onka,-os, #A cream. 
Pastiprinimas, -o, sm. strengthening; 

confirming; confirmation. 
Pattiprinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

strengthen; to confirm. 
PastiprintoJas,/.-|a, *.strengthener: con- 
firmer. 
Pastires,/.-rusl, prt. stiff; benumbed; 

deprived of sensation. 
Pastirti (-rstu,-rau,-rsiu), v.n. to grow 

stiff; to be benumbed. 
Pastoge,-es, sf. place covered with a 

roof; | eaves; fig. refuge; shelter; 

home. 
Pastolas,-o, sm. platform ; stand ; frame ; 

trestle. 
Pastoiius,-iaus, sm. = Pastolas. 
Pastorius,-iaus, sm. pastor; parson; min- 
ister. 
Pastoti (-stoju,-stojau,-stosiu), v.n. to 

become; to pass from one state to 

another; ne$&ia — , to conceive; to 

become pregnant. 
Pastotkas,-0, sm. [Kr.] repository. 
Pastova,-os, sf. pedestal; | constancy; 

| figure; shape. 
Pastoveti (-viu,-vejau,-vesiu), v. n. to 

stay for a moment; to be able to 

stay. 
Pastovumas,-o, sm. constancy; steadi- 

nes; stability. 
Pastovus,/.»vi, defin. -vusis,/.-vioii, adj. 

constant; steadfast; stabile. 
Pastraipoms, adv. by bounds; by leaps. 
Pastrangas, = Pastabangas. 
Pastuma,-os, sf. push; impulse. 
Pastumdelis,/.-ie, s. drudge. 
Pastumeti (-m£ju,-mejau,-mesiu), v. a. 

to push; to give a push. 
Pastumti (-miu,-miau, -msiu), v. a. to 

push; to give a push. 
Pasturgalinls,/.-ite, adj. hind; hinder. 



Palarvoti 

Pasturgalis, -lo, sm. back part; hind 
part; buttock; bum; breech. 

Pasturiakos,-i|, */. pi. grain of a worse 
quality. 

Pasturzodis,-dzio, sm. concluding word; 
epilogue. 

Pasudyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
salt slightly. 

Pasukos,-if, sf. pi. buttermilk. 

Pasvaigeli9,/.-le, *. extravagant person; 
madcap. 

Pasvaigima$,-o, sm. vertigo; dizziness; 
fig. madness; frenzy. 

Pasvaigti(-£stu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to be- 
come dizzy or giddy. 

Pasveikimas,-o, sm. recovery; recovery 
of health. 

Pasveikinimas,-o v sm. greeting; welcom- 
ing; salutation. 

Pasveikinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
greet; to salute: to wish good health. 

Pasveikti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to re- 
cover one's health; to become well 
again. 

Pasverti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu),t>.a. to weigh; 
to test by weighing; to balance. 

Pasvetinimas, -o, sm. alienation; es- 
trangement. 

Pasvetinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu),?;. a. to alien- 
ate; to estrange. 

Pasvietis,-£io, sm. world. 

Pasake,-es, sf. place next to the bough 
or limb; crotch. 

Pasala,-os, sf. frost. 

Pa§alas,-o, sm. frozen earth. 

Pasaldyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
cool; to freeze. 

Pasaiinis,/.-ne, adj. collateral; accesso- 
ry;! strange; foreign; alien. 

Pasalintl (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to re- 
move; to do away with. 

Paialys,-io 9 sm. corner; by-place; by- 
way. 

Pa$alna,-os, sf. night frost. 

Pasalpa, = PaSelpa. 

Pasaiti(-salu, -Salau, -salsiu), v. n. to 
freeze a little. 

PaSankus,/.-ki, cfc/fo.-kusis,/.-kioji, adj. 
nimble; lively; agile. | — kiai, adv. 
nimbly. | — kumas, sm. nimbleness; 
lightness; liveliness. 

Pasaras,-o, sm. fodder; provender. 

PaSarvoti (-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v. a. to 
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Pasaukimas,-o, sm. call; summons; cal- 
ling; vocation. 

Pasaukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to call; 
to summon. 

Pasauti (-Sauju,-§oviau,-8ausiu), v.a. to 
wound by a shot. 

Paiava,-os, sf. weaver's string. 

Pas£iukai,-ij, sm. pi small beer; table 
beer. 

PaiCiuoti (-cmoju,-ciavau, -Siuosiu), v. 
a. (colloq.) to eat. 

Paseielis,/.-le, *. extravagant person; 
madcap; madman. 

Pa§dles,/.-lusi,2>r*. raging; wild; furi- 
ous; mad. 

PaSelimas,-o, sm. rage; fury; madness; 
franticness. 

Paselmenis,-lo, sm. underneath side of 
the ridge of roof. 

PaSelpa,-os, sf. help; aid; assistance. 

Paielpti (-piu,-piau,-psiu), v.a. to help; 
to aid; to support; to succor; to as- 
sist. 

PaSeltl (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v. n. to run 
mad ; to become furious. 

Pasepse,-es, sf. bot. bearded moss. 
Phascum. 

Paiyda,-os, */. mock; mockery; deri- 
sion; sneer; ridicule. \smf. mocker. 

Pa$ydyti(-diju,-dijau,-dysiu), v.a. to 
mock; to deride; to ridicule. 

Pasinas,-o, sm. splint; splinter. 

PaJyti (-§au,-&iau,-8ysiu),t>.(i. to tug at; 
to pluck at; [kortas] to shuffle. 

Paiiure,-es,«f. shed; hovel. 

PaSiurpti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu), v.n. to be- 
come a goose-flesh; to shudder. 

Pa§lemekas,/.-ke,«. good for nothing 
person; wretch; knave; rogue. 

Pailuonus,/.-ni, adj. oblique; slanting; 
sloping. 

Painabzda, Pa$nibzda,-OS, */. whispering; 
whisper. | smf. whisperer; tattler; 
buzzer. 

Pasnabzdeti, Painibzdeti (-du,-d€jau,-dg- 
siu), v.n. to whisper a little. 

Pasnabzdoms, Pasnibzdoms, adv. whis- 
peringly; in a low voice. 

Pasokin«i(-ne^u,-ne>u,-nesiu), v n. to 
leap; to hop; to bound (for a while) 

Pasokti (-ku,-kau,-ksiu),t>.n. to spring; 
to jump; to leap up;| to have danc- 
ed. 



248 Pataikytl 

Paiotys,-io, sm. night frost. 

Pa$oninis,/.-ne, adj. 2ying under one's 
side. PaSoninis priegalvis, a pillow to 
be put under one's side; bed pillow. 

Paionis,-io, sm. lower part of a side; 
place under one's side. 

Pasukinis,/.-ne, adj. made of flax comb- 
ings; -audeklas, hutden; coarse lin- 
en cloth. 

Pasukos,-if, sf. pi combings of flax; 
flax combings. 

PaJuoleVes,^- bot. candytuft. Iberis nu- 
dicaulis. 

Paiusti (-suntu^Sutau.-Susiu), v. n. to 
stew; to be stewed. 

Paiutinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to stew. 

PaJvaiste, -es, */. glare of Are; redness 
of the sky (caused by bUiing fire); 
[rytine] aurora; light of the rising 
sun; [vakarine] sunset light. 

Paiveitalavo, sm - ornament; decora- 
tion; finery. 

Paiventinimas,-o, sm. consecration. 

Pasventinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),».a. to con- 
secrate; to sanctify. 

Paiventis f «Sio, sm. day after holidays. 

Pasvesti (-svenciu,-svenciau,-§v§siu), v. 
a. to consecrate :| to devote; to ded- 
icate; to sacrifice. 

Pasviesti (-svieSiu, -SvieSiau, -svicsiu), 
v.n. to light; to give light. 

Pasvilpti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. n. to 
whistle; to be able to whistle. |p.«. 
(kq) to whistle to one; to call by 
whistling. 

Pat, adv. usually in comp. with ad- 
verbs and pronouns, denoting near- 
ness, closeness or similarity. Cia- 
-pat y here; close to; right here. Ten- 
•pat, there; in the same place. Teip- 
-pa*,even; likewise; in the same way 
or manner. Tiek-pat, even as much; 
so much as. Toks-pat, like; similar. 

Patagoni|a,-os sf. Patagonia. 

Pataika,-os, */. idleness; sloth; laziness; 
(indulgence; connivance. 

Pa»aikauti(-kauju,-kavau,-kausiu),r.n. 
to loiter; to saunter; to spend time 
idly; | to indulge; to connive. 

Pataikavimas,-o, sm. sauntering; wast- 
ing time in idleness; | indulging; in- 
dulgence. 

Pataikytl (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu),«.n. to hit: 
to meet; to succeed; not to m.ss. 



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Pataikunas 

Patalkuna$,/.-ne, s. idler; loiterer; |con- 

niver. 
Pataisa,-os, */. mending; repair; repa- 
ration. Pataisos namai, penitentiary ; 
house of correction. 
Pataisymas,-o, sm. reparation; mend- 
ing; correction. 
Pataisyti (-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.a. to re- 
pair; to mend; to amend; to correct. 
Pataite,-es, sf. dam; female; mate. 
Patakos,-i|, sf. pi leakage; leak. 
Patalal,-4» sm. pi. feather-bed ; bedtick 

filled with feathers. 
Patalavo, sm. bed; bedding. 
Pataiines,-ty, «f- pi feather-bed. 
Patalinis,/.-ne, adj. of bed; belonging 

to a bed. 
Patalpa,-os, sf. content; capacity. 
Patalpinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to put 

in; to place in; to insert. 
Patamkai, = Ainiai. 
Patamslai, adv. in darkness. 
Patamsinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), t>.a. to dark- 
en; to make darker. 
PatamsiS,-io, sm. dusk; duskiness; dark- 
ness. 
Patankintl(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to rei- 
terate; to do oftener; to frequent. 
Patapas, = Tvanab. 
Patapti (-tampu,-tapau,-tapsiu),i\n. to 

become. 
Patare|a$,/.-Ia, s. adviser. 
Patarimas,-o, sm. advice; recommend- 
ation. 
PatarlMS, $f. saying; adage; proverb. 
Patarme,-es, sf. advice; counsel. 
Patarnauti (-nauju,-navau,-nausiu),u.7i. 
to serve; to wait on; to attend; fig. 
to serve; to be of use. 
Patarnautojas,/ -|a, *. waiter; servant. 
Patarnavimas,-o, sm. service; waiting; 

attendance. 
Patarningas,/. «ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. serviceable; obliging; officious. 
|— gai, adv. serviceably; officiously. 
| — gumas, sm. serviceableness; offici- 
ousnes9. % 
Patarpa, -OS, sf. thriving; increase; 

growth. 
Patarpti (-pstu, -pau, -psiu), v. n. to 

thrive; to prosper; to grow well. 
Patarti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to advise; 
to counsel; to recommend. 



249 Patingeti 

Patartis,-ies, sf. advice; recommenda- 
tion. 
Patasyti(-sau,-siau,-sysiu), v.a. to pull 

about; to tug. 
PataSyti (-§au,-slau,-§ysiu), v.a. to hew 

a little. 
Patbalse,-es, sf. [Kr.] vowel. 
Patega,-09, sf. shoemaker's knee strap. 
Pateketi (-ku,-kejau,-kesiu),t>.n. to flow 

beneath; [apiesaul$\ to rise. 
Patekti (-tenku, -tekau, -teksiu), v. n. 
(kam),to come to one's share; — ham 
I nagus, to fall into one's hands. 
Patele>es, sf. female; she; mate. 
Patelka, sf. = PatelE. 
Patemljimas,-o, sm. remark; observa- 
tion; note; notice. 
Patemyti (rmiju,-mijau,-mysiu), v.a. to 

observe; to remark; to notice. 
Patentas,-o, sm. patent. 
Patentuotl (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v. a. 

to patent. 
Patepimas,-o, sm. anointment. Paskvti- 

nis — , extreme unction. 
Patepti (-pu,-piau,-psiu), v.a. to be- 
smear; to anoint. 
Pateptinis,-io, sm. Lord's anointed; a- 

nointed sovereign. 
Patevis,-io, sm. stepfather. 
Pati,-5ios, sf. wife. | pron. she herself. 
Paty6ios,-iq, sf, .pi. spite. Kam kq-nors 
ant patyti% daryti, to do something 
in spite of one. Tdu ant paty£i%, in 
spite of you; in spite of your teeth. 
Patieka,-os, */. comfort; consolation. 
Patiekti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to bring 

forth; to produce. 
Patiketi (-kiu,-kejau,-kesiu), v.n. to be- 
lieve; to credit; to trust; to give cre- 
dit. 
Patikrinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to veri- 
fy; to confirm. 
Patikti (-t i nk u, - tikau, -t iksiu), v. n .. {kam) 
to please one.|o.a. (kq) to meet one; 
- to befall. 
Patyliais, adv. silently; softly; in a low 

voice; in a whisper. 
Patiltis,-5io, sm. place under the bridge. 
Patinas,-o, dim. -nelis, sm. male ; he; cock. 
Patynas,-o, sm. eccl. paten. 
Patingeti (-giu, -gejau, -gesiu), Patingti 
(-gstu,-gau,-gsiu),tui. to become la- 
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Patyrimas, -o, sm, experience; knowl- 
edge; practice. 

Patirti (-tiriu, -tyriau, -tirsiu), v. a. to 
learn; to experience. 

Patizes,/. -zusl, prt. si ushy ; d irt y ; wet. 

Patizti(-ztu,-2au,-§iu),t>.n. tobesoaked; 
to be drenched. 

Patkava,-o$, sf. = Padkava. 

Patiab, adv. just now; at this moment ; 
immediately. 

Patogiai, adv. handsomely; gracefully; 
decently. 

Patogumas,-o, sm. handsomeness; grace; 
gracefulness; propriety; decency. 

Patogus,/.-gi,n*r.-gu,de/to.-gusis,./.-gio- 
|i, adj. handsome; graceful; decent; 
(apis laikq) convenient; opportune. 

Patoi, Patoiaik, Patolei, adv. so long as; 
as long as. 

Patoiogi|a,-os,#/. pathology. 

Patologiikas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. pathologic; pathological. 

Patrakai,-ij, sm. pi. chitterlings. 

Patrakelis,/-le, s. madman. 

Patrakes,/.-kusi,2>rt. mad. 

Patrakimas,-o, sm. madness. 

Patrakti (-tranku,-trakau,-traksiu),t>.n. 
to run mad. 

Pat ran ka, -os, smf. landloper; rover; 
stroller; vagabond ;mil. cannon; piece 
of ordnance; gun. 

Patrankyti (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a.frq. 
to strike; to beat; to knock. 

Patrasas,-o, sm. rot; dry rot. 

Patraukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
draw; to pull; to tug:| to attract; — 
kq | savo pu$$ f to bring one over to 
one's own side. 

Patremptl (-piu,-piau,-psiu),e.a. to sup- 
press; to overbear. 

Patriarka,-os, sm. patriarch. 

Patriarkaiiskas,/. -ka, defin- -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. patriarchal. 

PatH|otas,/Me,«. patriot. 

Patrijotiskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. patriotic. 

Patrijotizmas,-o, sm. patriotism. 

Patronas,-o, sm. patron; patron saint. 

Patrova,-ot, sf. dish; meat; food. 

Patrukelis,-io, sm. ruptured fellow. 

Patrukimas,-o, #m. rupture; med. rup- 
ture; hernia. 

Patrukis,-io, sm. rupture. 



Paukstinis 



Patruktl (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to rup- 
ture; to become ruptured. 

Patruplnti (-nu, «nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
crumble; to crumb. 

Pats, fPatsai), -ties,/. Pati, -5ios, pron. 
self '. AS pats (/. pati), I myself; tu 
— -, thou thyself; jispats, he him- 
self -Ji pati, she herself; me* paty*. 
(/. pa&os), we ourselves;^* paty*, 
you yourselves; jie patys, (/. jos pn- 
&io8), they themselves. 2. *. hus- 
band;/, wife. 

Patube,-es, sf. [Kr.] f el t;| hair sole. 

Patubis,-io, sm. cushion (of a saddle). 

Patuka,-os, sf. indulgence; connivance. 

Patuntas, -o, sm. stroke; blow; dash. 
vienu patuntu, atone dash; at one 
blow. 

Patureti(-riu,-rSjau,-rSsiu),«.a. to hold 
or keep for a while; (apis karve) to 
calve. 

Patvada,-os, sf. team; cart with a horse. 

Patvadninkas,-o, sm. teamster. 

Patvaldis,/.-de,«. autocrat; despot. 

Patvaidyste,-es, sf. autocracy; absolute 
power; despotism. 

Patvaidiskas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. autocratic; autocratical. | — kai, 
adv. autocratically. 

Patvanas,-o, sm. overflowing; flood; de- 
luge; freshet; inundation. 

Patvaska,-os, smf. prattler; tattler. 

Patvinys, = Patvanas. 

Patvirtinimas,-o, sm. confirmation; rat- 
ification; sanction. 

Patvirtinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to con- 
firm; to corroborate. 

Patvirtintojas,/.-|a,«. confirmer. 

Patvorys,-io, sm. place next to the fence. 

Pauksme, -es, sf. shade; shady place; 
shady recess; bower. 

Pauksnis,-io, sm. = PauksmE. 

Pauks£ius,-iaus, sm. birdcatcher; bird- 
man; fowler. 

PauksCiauti (-ciauju, -Siavau, -Siausiu), 
v.n. to bird; to catch birds. 

Pauk&tereti (-riu,-rejau, -resiu), v. inst. 
to clap; to crack (but once). 

Paukstiena,-os, sf. game. 

Paukstiny6ia,-ios, sf. aviary. 

PaukStininkas, /. -ke, *. birdcatcher: 
fowler; bird man. 

Paukitinis,/.-ne, adj. bird's. 



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Paukstis 

Pauk$tis,-£io, dim. -tells, -tukas, sm. bird; 
fowl. Pauk&ciq kelias, (a*tr.) milky 
way; galaxy. 

Pauiius,-iaus, sm. Paul. 

Pauodegis,-io, sm. place under the tail; 
(i£r.) crupper. 

Pauostymas 9 -o v sm. smelling. 

Pauostyii (-stau,-s£iau,-styslu), v.a. to 
smell; to scent. 

Paupys,-io, sm. country beside a river; 
riverside. 

Pauiketi (-ku, -kejau, -kesiu), v. n. to 
crack; to clap. 

Pautas,-o, sm. egg. 

Pautiene,-es, sf. omelet. 

Pauza,-03, sf. pause; rest. 

Pavada,-os, sf. second wife. 

Pavadinimas,-o, sm. naming; | call; in- 
vitation. 

Pavadinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. to name; 
to give a name; to call; | to invite; 
to bid. Toks tohj patino ir ant alius 
pavadino, (prov.), birds of a feather 
flock together. 

Pavadia,-dzio, sm. rein. 

Pavaduoti (-duoju,-davau,-duosiu), v. a. 
to supply for one; to take one's place; 
to do something in one-'s place. 

Pavaislntl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to pro- 
create. 

Pavaisinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. to treat; 
to regale; to tender a kindly recep- 
tion. 

Pavaizdingas, = Paveizdekgas. 

Pavakarys,-io, sm. nearly evening; even- 
tide. 

Pavaldas,-o, sm. inheritance. 

Pavaldingas,/. -ga, defln. -gas is,/, -goji, 
ad;, subject; submissive; subservi- 
ent; humble. |— gal, adv. submissive- 
ly; subserviently. |— gumas, sm. sub- 
jection; submissiveness; humble- 
ness. 

Pavaldinybe,-es, sf. subjection. 

Pavaldinis/.-ne, s. subject ; subordinate. 

Pavalgidinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. to give 
to eat; to satiate. 

Pavalgyti (-gau, -giau, -gysiu), v. n. to 

gate one's self; to eat. 
Pavalkai y -ii,9/. horse's collar; hames. 
Pavalkas,-o,«m. first coating; priming; 

coat. 
Pavandenys,-io, sm. country next to the 
water (of a sea or river). 



251 Paveiksliskas 

Pavandeniui, adv. afloat. 

Pavarde,-es, sf. family name; surname. 

Pavardyti (-diju,-dijau,-dysiu), v.a. to 

name. 
Pavargelis,/.-l6, #. weary person; poor 

fellow or woman. 
Pavarges,/.-gusi,i>rrf. tired; weary ;fig. 

poor. 
Pavargis,-io, sm., Pavargyste,-es, sf. tir- 
edness; weariness ;,/fa. poverty; want; 

penury. 
Pavargti (-gstu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to be 

weary ; to be exhausted. 
Pavargulis, = PavargSlis, 
Pavaritai,-ij, sm. pi. whiskers. 
Pavaryti (-rau,-riau,-rysiu), v.a. to stir; 

to move; [Salin] to drive away; to 

turn away ; to discharge; to dismiss. 
Pavaros,-if, sf. decoction. 
Pavartaunas,/. -na, defln. -nasis, /. -no|i, 

adj. valuable. |— nai, adv. valuably. | 

— numas, *ra. valuableness. 
Pavarte,-es, sf. sill of a gate. 
Pavasarge,-es, ^.M. bird's-eye; prim- 
rose. Primula. 
Pavasaringas,/.-ga, defln. -gasis,/. -goji, 

adj. meager; lean; weak {applied to 

cattle). 
Pavasarinis,/.-ne, adj. of spring; vernal. 
Pavasaris,-io, sm. spring. 
Pavasariikas,/.-ka, defln. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

Adj. spring like; vernal. 
Pavaza,-os,«/. runner; sledge runner. 
Pavazineti(-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. a. 

(kq) to take one along in a carriage. 

| v. n. to travel in a carriage; to 

drive about. 
Paveidumas,-o, sm. likeness; similarity. 
Paveidus, /. -di, defln. -dusis,/. -dzioji, adj. 

like; similar; resembling. | — dziai, 

adv. like; similarly ; in like manner. 
Paveikslas,-o, cfrro.-lelis, sm. image ;pic- 

turo;|shape; form; figure ;| instance; 

example. Antpaveikslo, for example. 

PaveUcslan t for example; for in- 
stance. 
Paveikslingas,/.-ga, defln. -gasis,/. -goji, 

ad;, worthy of imitation; exemplary. 
|— gai, adv. exemplarily. 
Paveikslinis,/.-ne, adj. exemplary. 
Paveiksliskas,/.-ka, defln. -kasis,/. -koji, 

adj. figurative; flgural. | — kai, adv. 

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Paveikslus, = Paveikblingas. 

Paveisti (-siu,-siau,-siu), v.a. to procre- 
ate; to produce. 

Paveizda,-os,*/. example; instance. 

Pavejui, adv. leeward ; alee. 

Pavelavimas,-o, sm. coming too late; de- 
lay; retardment; tardiness. 

Paveldas, = Pavaldas. 

Paveldt|imas,-o, sm. inheriting; inherit- 
ance. 

Paveldejyste,-es, sf. inheritance; hered- 
ity. 

Paveldeti (-d£iu,-dejau,-d€siu), v. a. to 
inherit; to heir; to take by succes- 
sion ; to succeed to. 

Paveldetinas,/.-na, prt. hereditary. 

Paveldeto|as,/.-|a,#. inheritor; heir;/, 
inheritress; inheritrix; heiress. 

Paveli|imas,-o, sm. permission; allow- 
ance; leave; license. 

Pavelinimas,-o, sm. = PavElavimas. 

Pavelinti (-nu,-nau, -nsiu), v. n. to be 
late; to come too late; to tarry. \v.a. 
to make late; to retard; to delay. 

Pavelyti (-liju,-lijau,-lysiu), v.a. to al- 
low; to permit; to give leave. 

Paveisti (-veldiiu.-veldiiau, -velsiu), v.. 
a. to inherit; to heir. 

Paveluoti, = PavElinti. 

Paversmis,-io,*ro. place beside a spring. 

Paversti (-rfciu, -rciau, -rsiu), v. a. to 
throw down; to bring to the ground; 
to fell; | to transform; to change; to 
turn to or into. 

Pavesis,-io, *m.shady place; place over- 
spread w^th shade. 

Pavesti (-vedu,-vedziau,-vesiu), v. a. to 
lead a little; (kam kq) to give to one; 
to present with,; to dedicate. 

Pavezinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to take 
along in a carriage. 

Pavezti (-vezu, -veiiau, -veSiu), v. a. to 
be able to pull the wagon;|to carry 
a little (in a carriage). 

Pavidalas,-0, sm. figure; form; shape; 
aspect. 

Pavydas,-0> sm. envy; jealousy. 

Pavyde|imas,-o, sm. envying; begrudg- 
ing. 

Pavydtlis,/.-le, *. envious person; envi- 
er. 

Pavydeti (-dziu,-d§jau,-desiu), v. n. to 
envy ; to begrudge. 



Pavirpti 

Pavyduma$,-o, sm. enviousness. 

Pavyduolis, /. -le, s. envious man or 
woman; grudger. 

Pavydus,/. -di v ntr. -du, defin. -dusis, f. 
-dziofi, adj. envious; jealous. |— dziai, 
adv. enviously. 

PavienIs,/.-ne, adj. single; separate. 

Pavleseti (-Siu,-§ejau,-§esiu),t>.n. to visit 
a little; to be a guest; to be a vis- 
itor at a place. 

Pavietas, = Pavietis. 

Pavietinis,/. -ne, adj. of a district or 
county. Pavietinis sudas, court of a 
district; circuit court. 

Pavietis,-£io, #tfi. county; district; cir- 
cuit. 

Pavietre,-es, sf. storm; | pest; pesti- 
lence; plague. 

Pavi|ys,-io, sm. tract; extent; distance. 
Pereiti gerq pavyi, to walk quite a 
piece. 

Pavi|oti(-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v.a. to un- 
dertwist. 

Pavykti (-ksta,-ko f -ks), v.impers. to suc- 
ceed. Ne — , to fail. 

Pavilbinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to al- 
lure; to decoy; to entice; to attract. 

Pavilgas,-o, sm. food; viands; victuals. 

Paviiginti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu),Pavilgyti(-gau, 
-giau,-gysiu), v.a. to moisten. 

PaviHonas,-o,6tf». pavillion. 

Pavilioti (-lioju,-liojau,-liosiu), v. a. to 
obtain by cunning; to gain by tricks; 
to allure. 

Paviikti(-velku,-vilkau,-vilksiu), «• «• 
to drag a little; [pavalkq duoti] to 
coat; to prime. 

Pavilktinis,/.-ne, adj. that can be used 
as an under dress. Pavilktiniai mar- 
ikiniai, under shirt; —ne sermega f 
under coat. 

Pavilnis,-io, sm. soft hair or wool of 
swine. 

Pavymui, adv. successively. 

Pavynioti(-nioju,-niojau,-niosiu), v. a. 
to wind or wrap upon. 

Pavirinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to boil 
for a while; [gelei(, etc.] to make 
red-hot. 

Pavirpes, /. -pusi, prt. needy; paltry; 
miserable. 

Pavirpti (-pstu,-pau t -psiu), v. n. to be 
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Pavirsti 

Pavirsti (-rstu,-rtau,-rsiu), v.n. to fell; 
to tumble; [pakrypti] to deviate; to 
lean; to sway; to swag; [patapti] to 
become; to change; to transform; to 
turn to or into. 

Pavtrsis, -io, sm. surface; superficies. 
2eme8 t juri% pavirHs, the surface of 
the earth, of the sea. 

Pavirskes,/.-kusi, prt. slightly curdled 
or coagulated; — pienas, slightly 
curdled milk. 

Pavirsutinis,/.-ne, aa>'. outward; exter- 
nal; superficial. 

Pavir§utini$ka8,/.-ka,^».-kasis,/..koii, 
adj. superficial. Jjgyti pavirhitinukq 
dalyty pa&inti, to acquire (or have) 
a superficial knowledge of things. | 
— kai, adv. superficially. 

Pavirzis, -Io, sm. anything added to 
one's wages; addition; present; per- 
quisite. 

Pavislmas,-o, sm. progeniture; birth; 
beginning; origin; rise. 

Pavyskup€,-es, sm. suffragan; assistant- 
-bishop. 

Pavisti(-stu,-sau,-siu), v.n. to be born; 
to be procreated; to have origin. 

Pavysti(-vystu,-vytau,-vysiu), v.n. to 
wither; to fade away. 

Pavyfi(-veju, -vijau, -vysiu), v. a. to 
drive; [pasivyti] to overtake; [pavi- 
joti] to undertwist. 

Pavyzdis, -dzio, sm. pattern; model; 
sample; example. 

Pavogti (-vagiu,-vogiau, -vogsiu), v. a. 
to steal away. 

Pavo|ingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, adj. 
dangerous; perilous; hazardous. | 
— gal, adv. dangerously. 

Pavojingumas, -o, sm. dangerousness; 
perilousness. 

Pavo|ut, -aus, sm. jeopardy; danger; 
peril; hazard; risk. 

Pazadai,-i|, sm. pi promise; vow; sol- 
emn promise. 
Pazadejimas,-o, sm. promise; vow. 
Paiadeta,-os f ^. intended wife; betroth- 
ed ; bride. 
Pazadetl (-du, -d6jau, -desiu), v. a. to 

promise; to betroth; to engage. 
Pazadinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to fond- 
le; to caress a little; \iS mieg%\ to 
awake; fig. to stir; to incite; to ani- 
mate; to enoourage. 



253 Pazjstamas 

Pazaizda,-os, sf. wound; hurt. 

Pazambus,/.-bi, d£jfo.-busis,/.-bioji,aay. 
slanting; bevel. |— biai, adv.' slanting- 
ly- 

Pazandes,-dzty, sf. pi med. quinsy; goi- 
ter; bronchocele. 

Pazandkaulis,-io, sm. jawbone. 

Pazanga,-os, sf. progress. 

Pazangus,/.-gi, rie/fo.-gusis,/.-gio|i, adj. 
progressive. |—giai, adv. progressive- 
ly. |— gumas, sm. progressiveness. 

Pazaras,-o, sm. redness of the sky ; glare 
of fire. 

Pazaste,-es, sf. under arm; armpit. 

Paieida,-os, sf. wound; injury; wound- 
ed or injured person; invalid. 

Pazeidimas,-0, sm. injuring; wounding; 
wound. 

PazeiduoliS,/.-le,#. wounded or injured 
person; invalid. 

Paieisti (-zeidziu,-zeid2iau,-ieisiu), v.a. 
to wound; to injure; to hurt; fig. to 
injure; to offend. 

Paieistina$,/.-na,2>r*. vulnerable; easily 
hurt. 

Pazeminimas,-o, sm. abasement; degra- 
dation; humiliation. 

Pazeminti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to low- 
er; to abase; to degrade; to humble. 

Paiemis,-io 9 *OT. space close to the sur- 
face of earth ; level. 

PazenkHnima$,-o, sm. marking; anno- 
tation. 

Pazenklinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),v.a. to note; 
to mark; to indicate; to assign; to 
designate. 

Pazenklus,/. -II, Mr. -lu, defin. -lusis, /. 
-lioji, adj. notable; remarkable. 

Paziaune,-es, 'sf. gill. 

Pazjgys,-io, sm. [Kr.] walk; walking. 

Pazymys,-io, sm. mark; sign; significa- 
tion. 

Pazymus,/.-mi, ntr. -mu, defin. -musis,/. 
-mioji,ad/. significant; cognoscible; 
notable; remarkable. |— miai, adv. sig- 
nificantly. 
Paiinimas,-o, sm. knowing; knowledge. 
Paiinti (-z|stu,-zinau, -zinsiu), v. a. to 
know; to be acquainted; to distin- 
guish. 
Pazintis, -ies, sf. acquaintance; know- 
ledge. 
Pazjstamas,/. -ma, defin. -masis,/. -mo|i, 



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Pelesial 



adj. known. 2. *. known person; ac- 
quaintance. 
Paziura,-os, sf sight; look; view; point 

of view. 
Paiiureti (-riu, -rejau, -resiu), v. n. to 

look; to glance; to see. 
Pazliuges,/.-gusi,pr*. imbrued; drench- 
ed. 
Pazfiugti (-iliungu, -iliugau, -ziiugsiu), 

v.n. to be drenched. 
Paznavoti (-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v. a. to 

know one slightly; to be somewhat 

acquainted. 
Pazvalga,-os, sf. view; opinion. 
Paivelgti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.a. to cast 

a look: to look at; to give a look; to 

glance. 
Paivilgis,-io, sm. view. = Pazvalga. 
Pe£dangte>es, sf. fire board. 
Pecetis,-ies, sf. seal; signet. 
PeSetyti (-tiju.-tijau.-tysiuXu.a. to seal; 

to stamp. 
Pe6iai,-iq, sm.pl. shoulders. 
Pe6iokaulis,.io, I ^ anat clavicle 
Pe6iolankis,-io, ( 
Pe6iomente,-es, sf. anat. shoulderblade; 

scapula. 
PecJone,-es, */. hob; niche (in an oven). 
Pe6lus,-iaus, sm. oven; stove; furnace. 
Pe6kurys,-io, sm. heater; stoker. 
Pe£linda,-os, s/.o/v*. wren. 
Pecviete,-es, sf, Pe£vietis,-£io, sm. seal; 

signet. 
Pe6vietziedis,-dzio, sm. seal ring: signet. 
Peda,-os, sf. foot; footstep; pJ. Pedos,*/. 

footsteps; trace. 
Pedagogas,-o, sm. pedagogue. 
Pedagogija,-os, sf pedagogy. 
PedagogiSkas,/.-ka, dejin. -kz%\$,f -ko|i, 

adj. pedagogic; pedagogical. 
Pedantas,/.-te, *. pedant. 
Pedanterija,-os, sf pedantry. 
PedantiSkas,/. -ka, dejin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 

adj. pedantic; pedantical.|— Vd\,adc. 

pedantically. 
Pedas,-o, «m. sheaf; \knygos] volume; 

tome. 
Pede, = PEdzia. 
Pedsakas, -o, sm. trace; track; trail; 

footstep. 
Pedsekis,-io, sm. bloodhound. 
Peduoti (-duoju.-davau,-duosiu), v.a. to 

sheaf; to make sheaves. 



Pedzia,-ios, sf bracket; crotchet; prop. 

Peikejas,/.-ja, s. fault- finder; blamer; 
censurer. 

Peikimas,-o, sm. blaming; censuring. 

Peikti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to blame; 
to censure; to criticize. 

Peiktinas,/.-na, <fc/2n.-nasls, /.-no|i, adj. 
blamable; blameworthy; faulty; 
blameful. 

Peilininkas,/.-ke,«. cutler. 

Peilinis/.-ne,a#- of a knife. 

Peiiis,-io, dim. -liukas, sm. knife; [lenk- 
tinis] pocket-knife. 

Peitvys, -io, sm. [Kr.] south wind; 
southern wind. 

Pekla,-os, */. hell. 

PekH5ka$,/.-ka, <&/to. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 
hellish; infernal; diabolical. | — kai, 
adv. diabolically. 

Peksftas, = PEscias. 

Pelai,-4, sm.pl chaff; chaffage. 

Pelausis,/.-s6, *. mouse-eared one. 

Pel6ius,-iaus, usually in thepl. Pel6iai,-i|, 
sm. window frame. 

Pele,-es, sf. tool, mouse. 

Peleda,-os, sf. orn. owl; owlet. 

Peledzirnis,-io, sm. hot. bird's-tare; wild 
vetch; hedgevetch. Vicia sepium. 

Pelegaudai,-if, sm. pi. mouse trap. 

Pelegribsis, -io, sm. hot. mouse-mush- 
room. 

Pelejai,-J4, sm. pi. mould. 

Peleka,-os,*/. fin; flipper. 

Pelekas,-o, sm. = Peleka. 

Pelekas,/.-ka, dejin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, adj. 
fallow; fawn colored. 

Pelokautai,-i|, sm. pi. mouse trap. 

Pe!enai,-ij, sm. pi. ashes; [n'tigese] em- 
bers. Peleny diena, Ash-Wednesday. 
f pelenus paversti, to reduce to ashes; 
to incinerate; to calcinate; to cal- 
cine. 

Pelene. -es */. Ash-Wednesday. 

Pelenynas,-o,*w. ash hill; ash pit. 

Peleninis,/.-ne, adj. of ashes; ashy. 

Peienynos,-ij, */. pi. Ash- Wednesday. 

Pelenuotas,/.-ta, defin..\zs\%,f -toji, adj. 
ashy; covered with ashes. 

Pelenviete,-es, */. ash hole; ash pit. 

Peles,-ty> s f P l ^i nd of cattle disease. 

Pelesiai,-ty sm .pi. mould; mustiness; 
mouldiness. 



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Peleti 

Peleti, = Pblyti. 

Peletrunas,-o, sm. bot. anise. Anisum. 

Ptl6virkstis,-6io,m. bot. bind weed. Con- 
volvulus. 

PeliautK-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu),u.». to 
mouse; to catch mice. 

Pelytia,-ios, sf mold-board (of a plow). 

Pelikonas,-o, sm. orn. pelican. 

Pelina, -os, sf. bot. wormwood. = Me- 
t£l£. 

Pelimiti(-n6ju,-nSjau,-n6siu), v. n.frq. 
to mouse; to look for mice; to catch 
mice. 

Pelinis,/.-ni, adj. of a mouse. 

Pelyti(-lyju,-lijau,-lysiu),t>.». to mould 
or mold; to become moldy. 

Pelkt,-es, */. bog; fen; moor; marsh; 
morass; swamp. 

Pelkitas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis,/ -to|i, adj. 
marshy; abounding with marshes. | 
— tumas, sm. marshiness. 

Pelnagodyba,-**, sf. greed of gain; mer- 
cenariness. 

Peinagodingas,/-ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 
adj. greedy of gain; mercenary. | 
— gai, adv. mercenarily. 

Pelna$,-0, sm. profit; advantage; bene- 
fit; gain; merit. 

Pelningas, /.-ga, defin. -gasis J . -go|i, adj. 
profitable; lucrative. |— gai,arft>. pro- 
fitably.!— gumas, in profitableness. 

Pelnyii (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v.a. to pro- 
fit; to benefit; to advantage; to gain; 
to merit; to deserve; to earn. 

Peltakis,-io, sm. stitching; quilting. 

Peltakiuoti (-kiuoju, -kiavau, -kiuosiu), 
v.a. to stitch;. to quilt. 

Pelude,-es, sf. chaff store. 

Pelunas,-o, sm. bot. wormwood. = Me- 
t£l£. 

Peluotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, adj. 
chaffy; full of chaff; covered with 
chaff. 

Pampe,-as, sf. orn. pewet; pewit; lap- 
wing. 

Pemptle,-es f */. bot. bird's eye; prim- 
rose. Primula farinosa. 

Pempyne,-es, sf. place inhabited by 
pewits. 

Panamas,/, -ma, <fe/fo.-masis,/.-mo|i, adj. 

nourished; fed. 
Penas,-o, sm. nourishment; food; ali- 
ment. 



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Pendeti (-d6ju,-dejau,-dgsiu),i>.7*. to rot 

dry; to grow rotten in a dry air. 
Pendti l-nu,-nejau,-nesiu), v.a. to nour- 
ish; to feed; [kudikf] to nurse. 
Penetinis,/.-ne,a<y. designed forfatien- 

ing. Penetinisjautis, fattened ox. 
Peneto|as,/.-|a, s. nourisher;/. nurse. 
Penyba,-os, */. feeding; fattening. 
Peniuksias,-0, sin. fat fodder; [penamas 

gyvulys] fat ling. 
Peniukslis,/.-le, s. fatling. 
Penkake,-es, sf. five spot (of cards). 
Penkergis,/.-gt, s. five year old. 
Penkeri, /.-rios, num. five (used with 

plural nouns). 
Penkeriopas, /. -pa, adj. fivefold; five 

times repeated; of five different 

kinds. 
Penketas,-o, sm. five; number of five. 
Penki,/.-ios, num. card. five. 
Ptnkiakampinis,/. -ne, adj. pentagonal; 

pentagonous. 
Penkiakampis, -io, sm. pentagon. | adj. 

pentagonal. 
Penkiametis, / -te, *. & adj. five year old. 
Penkiapirifctis, -6io, sm. bot. cinquefoil. 

Potentilla reptans. 2. — ,/.-te, s. five 

fingered animal. 
Penkiasdeiimtas, /.-ta, num.ord. fiftieth. 
Penkiese,atft>. five. 
Penkiolika, num. card, fifteen. 
Penkiolikintas, / -ta; Penkiolikis, /. -ke, 

num. fifteenth. 
Penkioliktas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis/. -to|i, adj. 

num. oi'd. fifteenth. 
Penklos-deiimtys, nw7/i. card, fifty. 
Penkmetinis,/.-ne, adj. five years old; 

of five years. 
Ptnkmetis,-£io, sm. period of five years. 
Penkpiritis, = PenkiapirStjs. 
Penktadalis,-ies, sf fifth part; one fifth. 
Penktadienis,-io, sm. Friday. 
Penktas,/.-ta,<&/fo. -tasis,/ 1 . -toji, num. 

ord. fifth. 
Pensi|a,-os, sf. pension. 
Ptnsi)onas,-o, sm. boarding-school. 
Pensijonierius,-iaus, sm. pensionary. 
Penterga,-os, sf African hen. 
Pentinas,-o, sin. spur. 
Pentin6iis,-io, sm. bot. larkspur. Delphi* 

nium consolida. 
Pentis,-ies, sf. butt end (of an ax). 
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Peradyti 



over; during. Pereiti per miestq, to 
pass through a town. Per mariast 
across the sea. Per visq mines}, 
throughout the month. Per metus, 
during the year. Per visq dienq, all 
daylong. Pats per save, by itself. 
Per galvq mesti, to throw over one's 
head. 2. adv. too. Per-dideHs, too 
big, too large. Per-daug, too much; 
too many. 3. an inseparable preposi- 
tion or prefix to verbs, rendered into 
English by through, across, over, over 
again, etc. 

Peradyti (-adau,-adziau,-adysiu),t\a. to 
stitch through; to stitch over again; 
to quilt. 

Peraketi (-ak6ju,-ak§jau,-ak€siu),t>.a.to 
harrow over again. 

Peralktl (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to be- 
come very hungry. • 

Peralsinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to tire 
one too much; to exhaust one's 
strength totally. 

Perardyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
rip through; to tear through. 

Perarti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to plough 
through; to plough over again. 

Peras,-o, sm. larva; caterpillar;) brood; 
hatch; [kiausHnis] hatoh egg. 

Peraugas,-o,«w. overgrowth; [Kr.] ex- 
crescence. 

Peraugti (-gu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to out- 
grow; to surpass in growth; to over- 
size. 

Perausis,-io, sm. [Kr.] box or blow on 
the ear. 

Perbadyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
pierce through; to transfix; to prick 
through; to prick over again. 

Perbales,/.-lusi,2>r;. very pale; wan. 

Perbandyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 
try over again. 

Perbegtl<-gu,-gau, -gsiu), v. a. to run 
through ; — kam per keliq, to cross 
one's way; — akimis, to look over in 
haste; to glance over; — akimis kny- 
gq, to glance over a book; to read 
superficially. 

Perbraidyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), Per- 
braidzioti (-dzioju.-dziojau, -dziosiu), 
v.frq. to wade through ; to ford; — 
visq dienq vandenyj, to wade in wa- 
ter all day. 



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Perbraizytl (-zau, -ziau, -zysiu), v.frq., 
Perbriezti (-ziu, -ziau, -siu), v. a. to 
scratch through; to scratch all over; 
to cancel; — su plunksna, to draw a 
pen through a word or passage; to 
strike out. 

Perbristi (-bredu,-bridau,-brisiu), v. a. 
to ford; to wade through; — per up$, 
to ford a river. 

Perbudavoti(-voju,-vojau, -vosiu), v. a. 
to divide a room in two or more 
parts by a wall;|to rebuild; to build 
over again. 

Perbuti (-buvu,-buvau,-busiu), Perbuvo- 
ti (-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v.n. to stay; 
to remain; to abide in a place. 

PerdalinimaS,-o, sm. separating; divis- 
ion; separation. 

Perdalinti (nu, -nau, -nsiu), Perdalyti 
(-lau,-liau,-lysiu), v. a. to part;~to 
divide; to separate. 

Perdaug, adv. too much; too many. 

Perdejimas, -o, sm. putting across; | 
transplacing; transposing; (exagger- 
ation; overacting. 

Perdem, adv. through; throughout. 

Perdeti (-dedu,-dejau, -desiu), v.a. to 
lay or put across; to transpose; to 
transplace; to put too much; fig. to 
stretch too far; to overact; to exag- 
gerate; [pergvldyti] to translate; to 
turn (from one language into an- 
other). 

Perdetinis,/.-ne, *. chief; superior; di- 
rector; superintendent. 

Perdeveti (-viu,-vgjau,-vesiu), v.a. to 
wear for a time; to wear out. 

Perdirbe|as,/.-|a, s. reconstructor. 

Perdirbimas,-o, sm. reconstruction; al- 
teration. 

Perdirbti (-bu,-bau,-bsiu), v.a. to work 
through; to do over again; to recon- 
struct; to change; to alter; — kq 
nors ant savo kurpalio, to mold a 
thing to one's own way. 

Perdrukavimas,-o, sm. reprinting. 

Perdrukuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. 
a. to reprint; to print a new edition. 

Perdumoti (-moju,-mojau,-mosiu), v.n. 
to think over again; to reconsider; 
— visq dienq, to think all the day. 

Perdurimas, -o, sm. piercing through; 
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Ptrdurti(-riu,-riau,-rsiu),».a. to pierce 
through; to prick through; to trans- 
fix. 
Perdvasinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 

weaken by hunger; to famish. 
Perdziovinti(-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v.a. to dry 
too much; to dry through; to dry 
over again. 
Perdziutl (-dziuvu, -dziuvau, -dziusiu), 
t\n.to dry too much; to dry through. 
Pereiga,-os, sf. past; time past; (transi- 
tion; passage; | turn; change. 
Pereiginis,/-ne, adj. transient; transi- 
tory. 
Pereinamasis laikas, (gram.), present 

tense. 
Pereitas laikas, (gram.\ past tense; — 

atliktasis — , past perfect tense. 
Pereiti (-einu,-ejau,-eisiu), v. a. to go 
through; to pass through; — per til- 
tq, to cross a bridge; | to exceed; to 
excel ; to surpass. Tas pereina mano 
supratimq, that exceeds my under- 
standing or imagination. | v n. to 
pass over; to cease; to subside; to 
be calmed. 
Pereltuve,-es, sf. past; time past. 
Pereiva,-os, smf. vagabond; vagrant; 

landloper; adventurer. 
Pertjimas, -o, sm. passing; passage: 

transition. 
Pereksle,-es, */. (viSta) brood hen. 
Pereti (-riu,-rgjau,-resiu),«.a. to brood; 

to hatch. 
Pergabenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
bring through; to bring over; to 
transport: to convey. 
Pergale,-es. *f. victory. 
Pergalejimas,-o, sm. overwhelming; vic- 
tory. 
Pergaleti (-liu, -lejau, -lesiu), v. a. to 
vanquish; to conquer; to subdue; to 
overcome; to overwhelm. 
Pergaleto|as,/.-|a, *. victor;«conqueror. 
PergalviS,/.-ve,«. [Kr.] stubborn per- 
son; stubborn mind. 
Pergaminas,-o, sm. parchment. 
Pergas,-o, sm. boat; sculler; skiff; fish- 
er's boat. 
Pergerbti (-biu, -biau, -bsiu), v. a. to 
dress again; to change one's dresses. 
Pergyventi (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to sur- 



vive; to outlive; to live beyond the 
life of another. 
Pergrezti (-ziu,-ziau,-siu), v.a. to bore 

through; to perforate. 
Perguldymas,-o, sm. translation. 
Perguldyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.a. to 
translate; to turn from one lan- 
guage into another. 
Perguleti (-liu,-lejau,-l€siu), v.n. to pass 
one's time in lying abed; [pernakvo- 
ti\ to pass the night. 
Pergulti (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v. n. to lie 
down; to take a short sleep; to nap. 
Peri|oda$,-0, «ro. period; (arith.) repet- 

end. 
Peri|odinis, /. -ne; Perl|odiskas, /. -ka, 
defin.-k*$\%,f. -ko|i, adj. periodic(al). 
|— kai, adv. periodically. 
Perlmti (-imu,-einiau,-imsiu), v. a. to 
catch; to intercept; to take or seize 
one by the way. 
Perykla,-os,«/. hatching place; incu- 
bator. 
Perinyfla, -ios, */. place for hatching 

eggs; incubator. 
Periskada,-os, */. hinderance; impedi- 
ment; obstacle; obstruction. 
Perjoti (-joju,-jojau,-josiu), v.n. to ride 

over; to override. 
Per|uosti(-siu,-siau, -siu), v.a. to gird 

round; to gird about. 
Per|uostuve,-es, */. [Kr.] molding; jut- 
ting; cornice. 
Perkaisti (-stu,-tau,-siu), v.n. to sweat 
through all one's pores; to be all in 
perspiration; to be overheated. 
Perkaita,-o$, sf. change; alteration. 
Perkaitinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.«. to over- 
heat. 
Perkala,-os, sf. crawl. 
Perkalbeti (-bu,-bejau,-besiu), v. a. to 

dissuade. 
Perkalti (-lu,-liau, -lsiu), v. a. to beat 
through;! to new hammer; to new 
forge. 
Perkandimas,-o, sm. biting in two; [rie- 
Sutio, etc.] cracking; [= uikandti] 
lunching; luncheon. 
Perkartoti (-toju,-tojau,-tosiu), v. a. to 

repeat again. 
Perkasas,-o, sm. canal; cross ditch. 
Perkasimas, -o, sm. digging across or 
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Perkasti (-su.-siau.-siu), v.a. to dig a- 

cross; to dig through. 
Perkasti (-Uandu,-kandau,-k$siu), v. a. 
to bite through; to bito in two; [rie- 

sut\, etc.] to crack; [uzdkqsli] to 

lunch. 
PerkeistK-kei&Uj-keiciau.-keLiu), v.a. 

to change; to alter. 
Perkeitimas,-o,#m. changing; alteration. 
Perkelimas, -0, sm. removal; carrying 

over; transportation. 
Perkelinis,/.-ne, adj. made of cambric; 

muslin; of chintz. 
Perkelis, -io, sm. cambric; muslin; 

chintz. 
Perkelti (-liu,-liau,-lsiu), v. a. to lift 

over; to remove (from one place to 

another); to transport; to carry over. 
Perkepinti (-nu,-nau,-nhiu), v.a. to bake 

or ruast too much; to overb ike. 
Perkepti (-pu,-piau,-psiu), v. n. to be 

baked or roasted too much; to over- 
bake. 
Perkinkyti (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to 

put horses to, over again. 
Perkirpti (-kerpu,-kirpau,-kirpsiu), v.a. 

to shear through: to cut in two. 
Perkirsti (-kertu.-kirtau, -kirsiu), v. a. 

to hew or cut through; to cut or 

hew asunder. 
Perklausineti (-neju,-n6jau,-nesiu), v. a. 

frq. to hear over again; to hear all; 

to hear one after another. 
Perkiupeti (-piu,-pejau,-p€siu), v. n. to 

kneal through. 
Perklupti (-klumpu.-klupau, -klupsiu), 

v.n. to stumble; to trip. 
Perkmainiautl (-niauju, -niavau, -niau- 

siu), v.n. to trade; to traffic. 
Perkmainybe,-es, sf. trade. 
Perkmainys,/ -ne, s. trader; trafficker. 
Perko6ioti (-cioju,-ciojau,-£iosiu), v. a. 

to mangle over again; to oalender 

again. 
Perko&ti (-§iu.-siau,-8iu), v.a. to filter 

through; to strain through. 
Perkratyti (-tau,-£iau,-tysiu), Perkratine- 

ti (-neju,-ngjau,-n6siu), v.a. to shake 

through; (fig.) to rummage; to 

search: to investigate; to scan; to 

examine; — heno darbus, to sift 

one's actions. 



Perkrikitas,/. -te\ s. proselyte, person 

who has accepted another religion. 

Perkrikitytl (-tiju,-tijau,-tysiu), v.a. to 

rebaptize; to baptize over again. 
Perkrites,/.-tusi,pW. fallen;^. meagre; 

lank; thin (naid of animals). 
PerkSmas,-o, sm. [Kr.] verse; stanza. 
Perkula, = Pehkala. 

Perkunas, -0, sm. thunder; myth, su- 
preme deity among Lithuanians. 
Perkuno kttlka, thunderbolt; thun- 
derstone. Perkuno o&elis, {orn. ) goat- 
sucker. 

Perkunavimas,-o, sm. thundering; fig. 
fulm ination; denunciation of 
threats. Popietiaus perk una cimas su- 
tiko vien isjuokimq, the fulminaiions 
of the pope were turned into ridi- 
cule. 

Perkunija, -os, sf. thunder weather; 
thunderstorm. 

Perkuninis,/. -ne, adj. of thunder. 

Perkuniskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /.-koji, 
adj. thunder like; thunderous. |— kai, 
adv. thunderously. 

Perkunsargis,-io, sm. lightning rod. 

Perkuntraukis,-io, sm. lightning conduc- 
tor; lightning rod. 

Perkunuojantis,/.-ti, defin. -tysis J. -Sioji, 
prt. thundering; fulminating. 

Perkunuoti (-nuoju, -navau, -nuosiu), v. 
a.n. to thunder; to fulminate. 

Perkunute>es, */. hot. stonecrop; orpine; 
houseleek. Sedum. 

Perkuptius, -iaiis, sm. jobber; agent; 
commissioner. 

Perlandus,/.-di,^/i-dusis,/.-diioii,ad;. 
penetrable; permeable. |— dumas, sm. 
penetrability; permeableness. 

Perlas,-o, sm. pearl. 

Perleisti (-leidziu.-leidau, -leisiu), v. a. 
to let through; to let pass. 

Perlekti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to run 
through; to run over; to fly over; to 
cross by flight. 

Perlenkimas,-o, sm. bend; incurvation. 

Perlenkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
bend; to crook; to bow. 

Perlieti (-lieju,-liejau,-liesiu), v.a. to 
transfuse; to pour out of one vessel 
into another;| to cast or found over 
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Perlinis,/.-ne, adj. of pearl; made of 
pearl; pearl... 

Perllpti (-pu -pau.-psiu), v.a. to climb 
over; - per tvorq, to climb or jump 
over a fence. 

Permaina,-os, */. change; vicissitude; 
alteration. 

Permainymas,-o, sm. changing; altera- 
tion. 

Permainyti (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v.a. to 
change; to alter; to shift. 

Peraialdauti (-dauju, -davau, -dausiu), 
Permelsti (-meldziu, -dziau, -melsiu), 
v.a. to appease (by imploring par- 
don); to reconcile; to bring to ac- 
quiescence. 

Permaiti (-lu,-liau,-lsiu), v. a. to grind 
tlirough; to digest. 

Permanyti (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v. a. to 
understand; to comprehend. 

Permatyti (-matau, -maSiau, -matysiu), 
v.a. to see through; | to foresee; to 
foreknow; to have a prevision of. 

Permesti (-metu,-meciau,-mesiu), v. a. 
to throw over. 

Permiegoti (-gu,-gojau,-gosiu), v.n. to 
oversleep; to pass one's time in sleep- 
ing: — tisq naktf, to sleep the whole 
night. 

Permier, adv. beyond measure; exceed- 
ingly. 

Permirkyti (-kau,-kiau t -kysiu), v. a. to 
wet through; to soak through. 

Perm irk ti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to get 
wet through; to get drenched; to 
soak through. 

Permoketi (-ku,-kejau,-kgsiu), v.a. to 
overpay; to pay too much. 

Permusti (-§u,-§iau,-8iu), v. a. to break; 
to beat asunder; — kq anttemes, to 
bring one to the ground; to over- 
throw. 

Pernai, adv. last year. 

Pemakvoti (-voju,-vojau,-vosiu), v.n. to 
pass the night. 

Perneiimas,-o, sm. carrying over; trans- 
porting; transferring. 

Pernesti (-5u,-§iau,-§iu), v. a. to carry 
over; to transport; to transfer. 

Perniek, adv. for nothing; in vain; 
vainly; uselessly. 

PernykWias,/.-«ia, defin. -JHasis,/. -5io|i, 
adj. of last year. 



Persamdyti 

Pernykst.s,/.-te, adj. of last year. 

Perpasakojimas,-o, s,n. telling over; re- 
counting; narration. 

Perpasakoti (-koju,-kojau,-kosiu), v.a. 
to tell over; to recount; to narrate. 

Perpendikuliaras,-o, sm. perpendicular; 
perpendicle. 

Perpendikuliariskas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. 
~ko\\ t adj. perpendicular. |— kai, adr. 
perpendicularly. 

Perpetis,-c1o, sm. shoulder strap. 

Perpykis, -io, sm. rage; fury; anger; 
wrath. 

Perpykti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v. n. to be- 
come angry; to fall into passion; to 
run mad. 

Perpildyti (-dau,-dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
fill beyond the brim. 

Perpilnis,-io, sin. superabundance; ex- 



Perpilti (-lurliau,-lsiu), v.a. to trans- 
fuse; to pour over; jfa. — kq su bo- 
tagv^ to strike one with a whip. 

Perpiaukti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v.a. to 
swim over; to sail over. 

Perprasyti (-Sau,-siau f -sysiu),».a. to beg 
pardon; to apologize. 

Perpusti (-puciu,-puciau, -pusiu), v. a. 
to blow through; to perflate. 

P?rrasas,-o, sm. transcript; copy. 

Perra§yti(-sau,-§iau,-sysiu), v.a. to re- 
write; to write over again; to tran- 
scribe; to copy. 

Perredyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
dress over again. 

Perregeti (-giu,-gSjau, -gesiu), v. a to 
see through ; | to foresee ; to forekno w. 

Perrekti (-kiu, -kiau, -reksiu), v. a to 
overcry; to overroar.|c.». — visqdie- 
nq, to cry all the day. 

Perrengti(-giu,-giau,-gsiu),t>.a. to dress, 
over again; to change one's dress. 

PerriSti (-su, -§au, -§iu), v. a. to bind 
over; to tie over. 

Perrokuoti (-kuoju.-kavau, -kuosiu), v. 
a. to recount; [perdaug parokuoti] 
to overcharge. 

Persakyti (-kau,-kiau, -kysiu), v. a. to 
tell over again; to retell ; to repeat. 

Persaldyti ( -dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
make too sweet. 

Persamdyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
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Persarga 

Persarga,-os, sf. warning; caution; hint. 
Persas,-o, sm. Persian. 
Persija,-os, */. Persia. 
Persi*kas,/.-kM*/in.-kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 

Persian. 
Perseda,-os, */. change (of seat, of wa- 
gon, etc. ) ; see PersEdimas ; [ perka- 

la] crawl. 
Persedeti (-sedziu,-dejau,-desiu), v.n.a. 

to remain seated too long; (kq) to 

outsit a person. 
Persedimas,-o, sm. changing or change 

(of seat, of wagon, of car, etc.) [per 

upfr etc.] crossing over. 
Per$ekiojimas,-o, sm. persecution. 
Persekioti(-kioju,-kiojau,-kiosiu), v. a 

to persecute; to prosecute. 
Persekioto|as,/.-|a, *. persecutor; prose- 
cutor. 
Perserge|imas,-o, sm. warning; caution; 

hint; admonition. 
Persergeti (-giu,-gejau -gSsiu), v. a. to 

warn; to caution; to admonish. 
Persergetojas,/.-ja, s. admonisher; ad- 
monitor; warner. 
Persesti (-s6du,-sedau,-sesiu), v. n. to 

change one's seat, wagon, etc. ; to 

cross over. 
Persldirbimas, -0, sm. exhaustion {from 

excessive work); overwork. 
Persidirbti (-bu, -bau, -bsiu), v. rfl. to 

overwork one's self; to work beyond 

one's strength; to get tired. 
Persiesti (-Sdu, -gdziau, -6siu), v. rfl. 

(vulg.) to overload one's belly. 
Per$igale|imas,-o, sm. overcoming; self- 

•command;^. turning point; crisis. 
Persigaleti(-liu,-lejau,-lgsiu), v.rfl. to 

overcome; to prevail on one's self; 

fig. to come to a crisis. 
Persigerbti (-biu,-biau,-bsiu), 

change one's dress. 
Persigerti(-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v. 

drenched through; to 

through; | to overdrink; to drink to 

excess. 
Persija,-os, sf. Persia. 
Persi|onas,/.-ne, *. Persian. 
Persijoti (-joju,-jojau, -josiu), v. a. to 

sift through; to sift over again. 
Persikeistf (-kei£iu,-kei£iau,-keisiu), v. 

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v. rfl. to 

rfl. to be 
get wet 



ed; to be transformed; to be trans- 
figured. 

PersikeMmas,.o,*m. change; transform- 
ation; transfiguration. 

Persikelimas.-o, sm. removal; (per van- 
deni) crossing. 

Persikelli (-liu, -liau, -Isiu), v. rfl. to 
move; to shift from one place to an- 
other; (per upe) to cross (a river). 

Persiiiudijimas,-0, sm. conviction; per- 
suasion. 

Parsiliudyti (-diju,-dijau,-dysiu), «. rfl. 
to convince one's self; to be con- 
vinced. 

Persimainymas, -o, sm. change; alter- 
ation; transformation. 

Persimainyti (-nau,-niau, -nysiu), v. rfl. 
to change one's self; to be changed; 
to be transformed. 

Persirgti(-sergu,-sirgau,-sirgsiu),t>.a.to 
pass through sickness; to have been 
ill. 

Persisamdymas,-o, sm. hiring to. 

Persisamdyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. rfl. 
(kajn) to hire one's self to. 

Persiskaitymas,-o,*m. [ apsirikimas skai- 
tUavime] miscalculation; miscount. 

Persiskaityti (-skaitau, -skaiciau, -skai- 
tysiu), v. rfl. to read or count for 
one's self; [apsirikti slcaitliavime] to 
miscalculate; to miscount; to mis- 
reckon. 

Persitikrinimas,-o, sm. conviction; per- 
suasion. 

Persitikrinti (-nu,-nau, -nsiu), v. rfl. to 
ascertain for one's self; to convince 
one's self; to be convinced. 

Persiuntimas,-o, sm. sending over. 

Persiqsti (-siunciu,-siun6iau,-siu,siu), «. 
a. to send over; to transmit. 

Persiuti ( -siuvu,-siuvau, -siusiu), v. a. 
Persiuvineti (-neju, -ngjau, -nesiu), 
frq. to stitch through; toquilt; to 
sew over again. 

Persivalgyti (-gau,-giau,-gysiu),«. rfl. to 
overeat. 

Persiversti (-verciu,-ver6iau,-versiu), v. 
rfl. to turn over; — per galvq, to 
turn a somerset. 

Persiverteiis,/.-le, *. convert. 

Persivertlmas,-o, sm. turning over. 

Persizegno|imas,-o, sm. making the sign 
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Persiiegnoti (-noju f -nojau,-nosiu), v.rfl. 
to cross one's self; to make the sign 
of the cross. 

Perskaitymas,-o, sm. reading; perusal; 
recounting. 

Perskaityti (-skaitau,-skaiSiau t -skaity- 
siu), v.a. to read through; to per- 
use; [perrokuoti] to recount. 

Perskaldyti(-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. rfl. 
Perskelti (-liu, -liau, -lsiu), v. a. to 
cleave; to split asunder. 

Perskyrejis,/.-|i, *. separator; peace- 
maker; arbitrator. 

Perskyrimas,-o, «ro. separation; compar- 
lition; compartment; | section chap- 
ter. 

Per$kyros t -ii, sf. pi separation; [mote, 
rysteje] divorce. * 

Per$mauga,-os, */• (iemes) isthmus; neck 
(of land). 

Persmaugti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to 
brace; to draw tight. 

Persnausti (-snaudziu,-dziau, -snausiu), 
v.n. to pass one's time in slumber- 
ing. 

Per$odinimas,-o, sm. transplacing; [au- 
gal%\ transplanting; transplantation. 

Persodinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. to trans- 
place; to set or put one in another 
place; [avgalus] to transplant. 

Persona,-os, sf. person. 

Persomlas,-o, sm. persons or members 
of a company; staff (of an office), 
members (<>f a household, etc.). 

Personaliikas, /.-ka,d€/in.-kasis, /-ko|i, 
adj. personal. | -kai, adv. personally. 

Perspauda,-os, */. reprint. 

Perspaudinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu),t>.a. to re- 
print. 

Perspausti(-spaudziu,-spaud£iau,-spau- 
siu), v.a. to press through; — knygq, 
to reprint a book; — rieiutq, to crack 
a nut. 

Perspauzdinti = Perspaudinti. 
Perspe|imas, -o, sm. warning; caution; 
anticipation; obviation; prevention 
Perspektiva,-os, sf. perspective; spy- 
glass; telescope. 
PerspekliviJkas/.-ka,^n. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. perspective. |— kai, perspective- 
ly; in prospect. 
Perspeti(-speju,-sp€jau,-spesiu), v.a. to 
warn; to caution; [kamut akiy ui- 



begti] to obviate; to anticipate; to 
forestall; to prevent. 
Persprogimas,-o, sm. breaking asunder; 

bursting; cracking. 
PersprogIneti(-n§ju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. 
frq., Persprogti (-gstu,-gau,-gsiu),t?.n. 
to break asunder; to burst; to crack. 
Perstatymas,-o, sm. transposing; trans- 
placing; | presenting; representing;! 
introduction; |show; spectacle. 
Perstatyti (-statau.-stafciau.-statysiu), v. 
a. to set in another place; to trans- 
pose; (kam kq) to present or intro- 
duce one to another; ( — kam kok\ 
dalykq) to represent to one; | to re- 
present; to personate; to show; to 
exhibit; (sau kq nors) to imagine; to 
fancy. 
Perstatytojas/.-Ji,*. representor; intro- 
ducer. 
Persteke,-e$, */. fishgig; fizgig. 
Persti (-rdziu,-rdziau,-rsiu), v.n. (vulg.) 

to fart. 
Persto|a,-os, sf. cessation; discontinua- 
tion; intermission; pause. 
Per$to|imas,-o, sm. ceasing; cessation. 
»Persto!i(-stoju t -stojau,-stosiu), v. n. to 
cease; to discontinue; to leave off. 
Perstok dejuoti, cease your com- 
plaints. 
Perstoveti (-viu,-vgjau,-v6siu), v. n. to 

stand out; to outstand. 
Persudyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v. a. to 

oversalt; to make too salt. 
Persukti (-ku,-kau,-ksiu), v.a. to twist 

or wind too much; to make wry. 
Persvara,-os, ^.overweight; preponder- 
ance. 
Persverti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to over- 
weigh; to weigh over again; to 
overbalance. 
Persaldyti (dau,-dziau f -dysiu), v.a. to 
freeze too much; to freeze through; 
to freeze up. 
Perialimas,-o, sm. coldness; catarrh. 
Persalti(-&alu,-salau,-salsiu), v.n. to 

freeze too much: to catch cold. 
Persaudyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.afrg. 
to shoot through; to shoot one after 
another. 
Periauti (-§auiu,-§oviau, -Sausiu), v. a. 
to shoot through. 



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Perzegnoti 



Persautis,-£io, sm.bot. rhubarb. Rheum. 

Per§6|imas,-o, sm. itching. 

Per5§ti(-§ti,-S6jo f -S6s),t?.twp«r*. to itch; 
to pain. 

PerSneketi (-ku,-kgjau,-Uesiu), v. a. to 
dissuade; to avert by persuasion. 

Persukuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. 
a. to comb over again. 

Per$ulys,-io, sm. itching; pain; dolor; 
anguish; Hrdies — , anguish of soul. 

Pertaisa,-os, sf. reconstruction; mend- 
ing; repairing. 

Pertaisyti (-sau,-siau -sysiu), v.a. to re- 
construct; to mend : to repair: to cor- 
rect; to set right; to alter for the 
better. 

Pertaka,-os, sf. (juri%) strait. 

Pertarti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to inter- 
rupt; to break off. 

Pertekes,/.-kusi, prt. affluent; opulent; 
rich; wealthy. 

Perteklis,-io, sm. affluence; opulence; 
superfluity; excess. 

Pertektinai, adv. affluently; opulently; 
abundantly. 

Pert! (-riu,-riau, -rsiu), v.a. to whip 
with a brushwood; to flog; to lash. 

Pertyselis,/.-le, s. tall and slim person; 
walking rush-light. 

Pertrauka,-os, sf. cessation; interrup- 
tion: intermission. 

Pertraukimas, -o, sm. breaking asunder; 
interrupting; interruption. 

Pertraukti (-kin, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a to 
break asunder; — siuhy -to break a 
thread; — kam kalbq, to break off 
one's discourse; to interrupt one; 
[=pernlkti] to draw through; to 
drag through. 

Pertrukelis,/.-le, s. anything broken a- 
sunder; Jig. very slim and tall per- 
son. 

Pertrukis,-io, sm. breach; rapture: | in- 
terval;) interruption. Be pertrukio, 
incessantly. 

Pertruktl ( kstu. -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 
break asunder; to be broken. 

Pertvara, -os, */. partition; compart- 
ment. 

Pertverti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v. a. to part- 
tion: to compart; to separate (by a 
fence or wall), 



Perukas,-o, sm. peruke; wig; periwig. 

Pervaizda, = Pbhvkizda. 

Pervaryti (-rau, -riuu, -rysiu), v. a. to 
drive over. 

Pervarta,-os, sf. revolution. 

Pervazas,-o, sm. ferry; ferryboat. 

Pervazininkas,-o, sm. ferryman. 

Pervaziuoti (-ziuoju,-ziavau,-ziuosiu) ? v. 
a. to pass over; to drive over. 

Perveizda,-os, sf. revisal; revision; re- 
examination. 

Perveizdejimas,-o, sm. revision; revisal. 

Perveizdeti (-dziu,-dejau, -desiu), v. a. 
to revise; tore-examine; to review. 

Perveizdetojas,/.-ja, s. reviewer; reviser; 
examiner. 

Perversmas,-o, sm. revolution. 

Perversti (-rciu, -r£iau, -rsiu), v. a. to 
turn over; to overturn; to upset;| to 
rummage all over. 

Pervert! (-riu,-riau, -rsiu), v.a. to pierce 
through; to stab; to run through the 
body. 

Pervesti (-vedu,-vedziau,-vesiu), v.a. to 
lead through; to conduct through; 
to bring over. 

Pervetyti (-vetau f -v§£iau,-v6tysiu), v.a. 
to fan over again; to winnow again. 

Pervezejas,/.-|a,«. ferryman;/, ferry- 
woman. 

Pervezimas,-0, sm. transporting; trans- 
portation; conveying. 

Pervezti (-zu,-ziau,-siu), v. a. to bring 
over; to convey; to transport. 

Pervilkti (-velku,-vilkau,-vilksiu), v. a. 
to draw through; to drag over; to 
trail over; [perrengti] todres^over 
again: to put on another dress. 

Pervynioti (-nioju,-niojau,-niosiu), v. a. 
to wind over again; to wrap over 
again. 

Pervirsinis,/.-ne, adj. superfluous; ex- 
ceeding normal level; -nw darbas, 
overtime work; overwork. 

PervirSis, -io, sm. superfluity; super- 
abundance; surplus; excess. 

PervirJyti (-siju,-§ijau, -sysiu), v. a. to 
surpass; to excel. 

Perzanga,-os, sf. transgression; viola- 
tion; [nuodeme] sin. 

Perzegnoti (-noju, -nojau, -nosiu), v. a. 
to put the sign of the cross; to sign 
with the cross. 



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Perzengejas 

Perzengajas./.-ia, *. transgressor; offend- 
er. 
Perzengimas,-o, sm. transgression; tres- 
pass; violation. 
Perzengti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v. a. to step 
oyer; to stride over ;| to trespass; to 
transgress; to violate. 
Perzyd*ti(-dziu,-dejau,-desiu) t v.n. to 
shed or lose the blossoms; to cease 
to blossom; to wither; to fade. 
Perziemauti (-mauju,-mavau, -mausiu), 

v.n. to winter; to pass the winter. 
Parziemavoti, see Perziemauti. 
Perziura,-os, sf. examination; revision; 

reviser; revisal. 
Perziurd|imas,-o, sm. looking over; ex- 
amination; revision. 
Perziureti (-riu,-r6jau f -resiu), v. a. to 
look through; to look over; to ex- 
amine; to revise; to inspect. 
Perziuretoias,/.-ja, *. examiner; reviser. 
Perzvaiga, -OS, sf. review; inspection; 

revision. 
Pes6ias,/.-Sia, <&/fn.-J5iasis,/. -*io|i, adj. 

on foot; pedestrian; pedestrious. 
Pesftioms, adv. on foot; afoot. 
Peslys,-io, em. orn. kite. 
Pestininkas,-o, em. pedestrian; foot sol- 
dier. 
Peseklis,-io, sm. hook; meak. 
Peiima$,-o, sm. plucking: pluming. 
Peiioti (-Sioju, -siojau, -siosiu), v.frq , 
Peiti (-8ii t -Kiau,-siu), v. a. to pluck; 
to pull; [plunksnas] to plume; to 
pluck. Nieko nepes'ti, {fig ) to fail , 
to be unsuccessful. 
Pesteleti (-liu t -lejau,-l«siu), v. inst. to 

pluck (but once). * 

PeltyneMq, sf. pi. fight. 
Pestukas,-o, sm. hook: meak .fig. bully; 

pugilist. 
Pestuves, = PeStynEs. 
Petarda,-os, sf. petard. 
Peteliske,-es, sf, ent. butterfly. 
Petici|a,-os,4f petition. 
Pattngas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis, /.-go|i, adj. 
broad - shouldered. | — gumas, sm. 
breadth of the shoulders. 
Petinis,/.-ne, adj. shoulder... 
Petis,-tef !>*• -dial, sm. shoulder: mech- 

arm : ant petty imtis, to shoulder. 
Pelkaulis,-io, sm. anal clavicle. = Pe- 
ciokaulis. 



2G3 pjenas 

Petne§os,-ij, sf. pi suspenders; braces. 
Petni5ia,-ios, sf. Friday. =s Penktadik- 

nis. 
Petrapile,-es, */. St. Petersburg. 
Petras,-o, sm. Peter. 
Petrazole,-es, sf. bot. parsley. Apium 

petroselinum. 
Petrines,-ii| f sf. pi. Bainf Peter's day. 
Petrone, Petroneie,-**, sf. Petronella. 
PatruSka,-os, sf. bot. parsley. 
Pianistas,/.-te, *. pianist; piano player. 
Piano, i ndeel. piano. 
Piaulai,-q, sm. pi sawdust. 
Piaustymas, «©, sm. cutting; chipping; 

carving; [bivono] dissection. 
Piaustyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v.frq. to 
cut; to chip; [ibrizus] to slice; [la- 
vonq] to dissect; [figuras] to carve. 
Piaustytinis,/.-ne,ari;. made by carving 
or cutting; capable of being carved. • 
Piauti (-piauju,-pioviau,-piausiu), v. a. 
to cut; [lentas] to saw; [javus] to 
reap; to harvest; [tienq] to mow; 
[= kq*ti\ to bile. J\ komlys piavja, a 
cough torments him; he is torment- 
ed by a cough :| — s 9 v.rfl. to cut for 
one's self. Tarp saves — *, to bite 
each other; fig. to wrangle; to dis- 
pute; to contend. 
Piautuvas,-o, sm. sickle; reaping hook. 
Piegma,-os, sf. [Mb.] freckle. 
Piegmuotas,/.-ta, adj. [Mi.] freckled; 

spotted. 
Piela,-os, sf. saw. 
Piely£ia,-os, */. file. 
Pielyti(-liju t -lijau,-lysiu), v.a. to file; 

to cut with file. 
Pieluoti(-Tuoju,-lavau,-luosiu), v. a. to 

saw; to cut. 
Piemene,-es, sf. shepherdess. 
Piemenlnis,/.-ne,rt<f/. of shepherd. 
Piemenyste,-es, */. shepherdism ; pastor- 
al life; pastoral occupation. 
Piemeniskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|l, 
adj. shepherd ish; resembling a shep- 
herd; pastoral. |-kai, adv. in the man- 
ner of a shepherd. 
Piemuc-mens, sm. shepherd ;| pastor. 
Pienai,-ij, sm. pi. milt (offish). 
Plenas,-o, sm. milk. Gelas—, raw milk: 
preskas—i fresh milk; rugusis — , 
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Pienbarzde 264 

Pienbarzde,*es, sf. downy beard ; down. 

Pienbarzdis, -dzio, sm. downy-bearded 
fellow. 

Pienburnis,/.-ne, s vain youth; hobble- 
dehoy. 

Piene,-es, */. hot. milkwort. Polygala. | 
saw-thistle; hare's lettuce. Sonchus 
oleraceus; | . mushroom. Agaricus 
russula. 

Pienlngas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/..goil,a#. 
milky; lactiferous. 

Pieninlnkas,/.-ke, *. milkman; /. milk- 
maid; milkwoman. 

Plenininkybe [<fe-kyste], -es, *f. dairy. 

Pienini$,/.-ne, adj. milky; milken; lac- 
tic. 

PieniJkas,/.-ka f adj. milky; lacteous; 
lacteal. 

Pieniu$,-iiu$, sm. milkman; dairyman; 
milker. 

Pienpuodis,-diio, sm. milkpot. 

Pienune,-es, sf. hot. milk thistle; hare's 
lettuce. Sonchus. 

Pieputis, -5io, sm. pip; scale on the 
tongue (disease of fowls). 

Pieska,-os, */. sand. = Smiltts 

Pleskynas,-o, sm. sandy region; sandy 
country ; sandy desert or plain. 

Pie$kinis,/.-ne, adj. sandy; consisting 
of sand ; — akmuo, sandstone ; — kal- 
nas, sand hill. 

Pieskuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasls, fAo\\,adj. 
sandy; covered or sprinkled with 
sand; abounding in sand. 

Piesta,-os, sf. wooden mortar; stamp- 
ing mill. 

Piestu, adv. upright; on end;— sokti, to 
stand upon hind legs (said of horses). 

Piesa,-os, sf. splint; splinter. 

Piesalas,-o, sm. sketch ; delineation. 

Pieiinys,-io, sm. sketch; outline; delin- 
eation. 

PleJti (-siu,-§iau,-§iu) f v. a. to sketch; 
to draw the outline; — pareikslq, 
abrozq, to paint; to draw; to portray. 

PieStuvas, -o, dim. -veils, sm. pencil; 
crayon. 

Pietauti (-tauju,-tavau,-tausiu), v.n. to 
dine; to eat dinner. 

Pietietis,/.-te,#. southerner; southron. 

Pietinis,/.-ne, adj. of dinner; pertain- 
ing to dinner:[southern; meridion- 
al. Pietinis iemqaUs x south pole. 



Pykstereti 



Pietys,-6io, sm. south wind; souther. 

PietryclaMy, sm. pi. southeast; south- 
eastern countries. 

Pietrytinis,/.-ne, adj. southeastern. 

PietuUnk, adv. southward; toward the 
south. 

Pietqs, -ij, sm. pi. dinner; dinner time; 
noon; | -tal, south; southern regions. 

Pietvakariai, -Iij, sm. pi southwest; 
southwestern countries. 

Pietvakarinis, /. -ne, adj. southwest; 
southwestern. 

Pieva,-os, dtw.-vele, -vute, sf. meadow; 
mead. 

Pievagrybls, -to, sm. hot. champignon. 
Agaricus campestris. 

Pievinis,/.-ne, adj. meadow...; belong- 
ing to meadow. 

Pievoksnis,-io, sm. lawn. 

Pievune, -es, sf. bitterwort; meadow 
gentian. Gentiana pratensis. 

Plglai, adv. cheaply ; at a low rate. 

Pigybe,-es, sf. cheapness. 

Piglnti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to cheap- 
en; to make cheap; to lessen price. 

PlgtKpingu, pigau, pigsiu), t>.n. to grow 
cheap; to fall in price. 

Pigumas,-o, sm. cheapness. 

Pigus,/. -gl, defin. -gusls, /. -gioji, adj. 
cheap. Pigiq mesq Juries Ida (prov.) % 
things that are cheap, are sometimes 
good for nothing. 

Plk5luma,-os, smf. one who is easily 
angered; malign person; maligner. 

Pykdinimas,-o, sm. provocation: making 
angry. 

Pykdlntl (-nu,-nau,*nsiu), Pykdytl (-dau, 
-datau,-dysiu), v. a. to anger; to pro- 
voke anger; to make angry. 

Pike,-es, sf. pike; spear. 

Pykestis,-ies, */. unfriendly disposition; 
anger. 

Pykimas,-o, sm. anger. 

Plkls,-lo,*w. pitch; mineral tar; cob- 
bler's wax. 

Pikiuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasls,/. -to|l, adj. 
pitched ; pitchy ; smeared with pitch. 

Pikiuoti (-kiuoju,-kiavau,-kiuosiu),fl.a. 
to pitch; to smear over with pitch. 

Pikliavoti, = Pikliuotl 

PykSt, interj. slap! clap! 

Pykstereti (-riu,-rejau,-resiu), v. \nst. to 
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Piktadagis 



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Piktadagis,-io, sm. bot. cursed thistlfe; 

field saw-wort; oak-thistle. Seratula 

arvensis. 
Piktadariitgas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i, 

adj. maleficent; malefic. 
Piktadaris,/.-re, s. malefactor; villain; 

wretch. 

Piktadaryste,-*, tf. misdeed; villainy; 

crime. 
Piktade|as 1 /.-|a > *.malefactor;maligner. 

Piktagrybis,-io, sm. kind of venomous 

mushroom. 
Piktas,/-ta, cfc/Sn..ta«is,/.-to|I, «<?/• bad; 

ill; malicious; wicked; angry; mad. 

Pikta dvasia, evil spirit; devil. 
Piktaiasivio, sm. boil; peruncutus. 
Piktauti (-tauju,-tavau,-tausiu), t.n. to 

be mischievous; to act wickedly. 
Piktenybe,-es, tf. malignity. 
Pyktereti (-riu,-re>u,-r6siu), v. tnst. to 

become slightly angered. 
Pykti(-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to be or 
' become angry. 1-s, v.rfl. to be angry 

with one. 
Piktybe, -es, sf. anger; maliciousness; 

malignity jmischievousness; animos- 

ity. 
Piktyn,adi>., — eit%, to grow angry; 

to grow worse. 
Piktinimas, -o, sm. making angry or 

mad; provocation. 
Piktinll (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to anger; 

to make angry; 1 to scandalize; to 

offend. 
Pyktis,-Sio,*w. malice; malignity. 
PiktligMs, tf. med. syphilis. 
Piktpleiskanes,-iq, */. pi- achor. 
Pikttaiis, = PiktaSasis. 
Piktu, Piktuoju, adv. in violent manner; 

through violence. 
Piktumas,-o, sm. maliciousness; malig- 

nitv; mischievousness. 
Piktvote,-es, tf. boil; carbuncle. 
Piktzodybe,-§s, tf. curse; malediction 

blasphemy. 
Pikttodingas, /-ga, defin. .gasis, /.-floft 
adj. blasphemous. |-gal, adv. blas- 
phemously. 1 -gumas, sm. blasphe- 
mousness. 
Piktzodis,-dzio, sm. abusive word; in- 
vective. 

Plktzodyat*,-*, tf. abusive language; 



Pills 

affront; outrage; curse; malediction; 
blasphemy. 
Piktzodziauti (-dziauju.-dziavau, -dziau- 
siu), PiktzodziuoU (-dziuoju.-dziavau, 
-dziuosiu),t?.». to use abusive words; 
to curse; to blaspheme. 
Piktzodziautoias./.-ia, s. curser; swearer; 

blasphemer. 
Piktzole,-e$, tf. bot. monk's-hood; wolfs 

bane. Aconitum. 
Pykula$,-o, sm. myth, god of the infer- 
nal regions. 
PikuleVes, tf. bot. hedge mustara. Si- 
symbrium. 
Pikuone, -es, tf. bot. clammy lychnis; 
German catchfly. Lychnis viscaria. 
Pyla,-os,*/. chastisement; cudgeling; 

drubbing. 
Pildymas,-o, sm. observation; keeping. 
Pildyti (-dau,-dziau,-dysiu), v.a. to fill; 
| to keep; to observe; — savopareigq, 
to do one's duty; — prtiadejimq, to 
keep one's promise. 
Pile,-es, sf. pill; pellet ;[= antis] duck. 
Pilekalnis,-io, sm. hill; hillock (formed, 
by the ages, of the ruins of a destroyed 
castle or stronghold). 
Plleponis,-io, "». master of the castle; 

castellan. 
Pileroze,-**, */ bot. rose-mallow; holly- 
hock. Althaea. 
Pilgrimas,-o, sm. pilgrim. 
Pilgrimyste,-es, sf. pilgrimage. 
PilgrimiJkas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis, /-koji, 

adj. pertaining to a pilgrimage. 
Pilgrimuoti (-muoju,-mavau, -muosiu), 
v.n. to pilgrimize;to peregrinate; to 
. wander. 

PilietybMs, */. citizenship. 
Pilietis,/-te, *. inhabitant of a castle; 
[Mies] citizen. 

Pilietilkas./.-ka^^-kw^*/^ ! 1 ' **• 
citizen...; citizen-like; civil. I -kai, 
adv. in the manner of a citizen. 

Pylimas, -o, dim. -melif, sm. pouring; 
strewing; [supUas] embankment; 
bulwark; rampart; [pittas kelias] 
causey; causeway; [prudas]d\\<e. 

PilinMs, sf. ball (for playing). 

Pillonis,/.-ne, s. inhabitant of a castle. 

Pilioris,-lo, sm. pillar; column. 

Pilis 9 -ies t sf. fort; stronghold; | castle; 
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PHkakis,/.-ke,*. gray eyed one. 
Pilkalnis, = Pilekalnis. 
Pilkas,/. -ki, deftn. -kasis, /. -kofi, adj. 
gray. 

Pilkokas,/..ka,<k/i*.. kasis, /.-ko|i, adj. 
quite gray. 

PHnabilsis, /.-$§, adj. & s. one having 
full voice; having full vote. 

Pilnagalis,/.-le, adj. & s. plenipotentia- 
ry- 

Pilnakrau|is,/.-|e, adj. as. full-blooded 
one; plethoric; sanguine. 

Pi(nakrutinis,/.-ne, adj. as. full-chest- 
ed, full-breasted one. 

Pitnakrutie,/.-te, adj. as. full-breasted 
one. 

PHnametIs,/.-te\ adj. a *. one of age, of 
full age; adult. 

Pilnas,/. -na, defin. -nasis, /. -no|i f adj. 
full; whole; entire; complete. |— nai, 
adv. fully; wholly; entirely; com- 
pletely. 

Pllnatelsis,/. -se, adj. a *. one having 
full rights; competent; qualified. 

Pilnatiesis, = Pilnateisis. 

Pilnatis,-Slo, sm. full of the moon; full 
moon. 

Pilnavall$,/.-le, adj. a *. plenipotentia- 
ry. 

Pilnaviduris,/.-re, adj. a *. having full 
centre; — iiedas, (bot.) polypetalous 
flower. 

Pilnaziedis,/.-de, adj. a s. full-blossom- 
ed; full-boomed. 

Pilneti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. n. to 
grow full. 

Pilnybe,-es, sf. fullness; completeness. 

Pilnintelis,/.-le, Pilnintelytis, /.-te, adj. 
very full; full to the brim. 

Pilnis,-io, sm. plenty; abundance; pleni- 
tude; fullness. 

Pilnumas,-o, s?n. fullness; completeness. 

Pilroze, = PilekozE. 

Pilstymas, -o, sm. pouring; strewing. 

Pilstyti (-stau,s£iau,-stysiu), v.afrq. to 
pour; to strew. 

Piltl (-hi, -liau, -laiu),>. a. to pour; to 
strew; [kamikail{] to whip; lo beat; 

Piltuvas,-o,*m. scoop; ladle. 

Pilvapenis,/.-ne, *. belly-god; glutton; 
epicure. 

Pi(vapleve,-es, sf. anat. peritoneum. 



Piovejas 



Pilva$,-o, dim. -velis, sm. belly; stom- 
ach. 

Pllvlnls./.-n*, adj. of belly; stomachic- 

Pilvuo6ius,-iaus, sm. man with a big 
paunch; gor-bellied fellow. 

Pilvuotas,/. -ta, defin. -lasis,/. -tofi, adj 
bellied; gor-bellied; big-bellied. 

Pilvuzas,-o, = PilvuoSius. 

Pinakoteka,-os, sf. picture gallery. 

Pinavi|a,-08, */. bot. peony. Pteonia. 

Pyne>es, <ttm.-nele,-nute, «/. twist; plait; 
braid. 

Pingvinas,-o, sm. orn. penguin. 

Pinigas,-o, rft/n.-gelis, sm. coin. PI. —gal 
money. 

Plnigauti (-gauju,-gavau,-gausiu), v. n. 
to gather money; to collect money. 

Pinigynas,-o, sm. [iidas] treasury \[pini- 
gy deklas]money chest; money bag; 
[pinig^ musykla]mint. 

Pinigingas,/.-ga, adj. moneyed; having 
money. 

Piniginis,/.-ne, adj. pertaining to mo- 
ney. Pinigine bausme, fine; amerce- 
ment; pecuniary penalty; mulct. 

Pinigius/.-ge,«. moneyed man or wom- 
an. 

Pin ig main Is,/, -ne, s. money changer; 
banker. 

PiniguoSius,-Siaus, sm. moneyed person; 
capitalist. 

Pinlguotas,/.-la, defin. -tasis,/. -toji, adj. 
moneyed; having money; rich. 

Piniguoti(-guoju,-gavau,-guosiu), v. n. 
to make money: to gather money; 
to collect money. 

Pinklas,-o, sm. texture; tress; bra'd; 
plait. 

Pinkie, -es, /. intricacy; perplexity; 
complication; obstruction; obstacle- 

Pinklus,/.-IU*r. -hi, defin. -\us\s, f -lio|i, 
adj. intricate; perplexed; compli- 
cate; obstructive. 

Pinti (-nu,-niau,-nsiu), v.a. to twist; to 

plait; to braid. Vainikq — , to 

wreathe a wreath. Kasq — , to \ lait 

a braid. 

Pintine,-es, sf. wicker - work; wicker- 

• basket; hurdle. 
Pintinis, /. -ne, adj. plated; twisted; 

wattled. 
Pintis,-ies, sf sponge. 
Piovejas,/. -ja, *, cutter. Lent% — , bc«rd 



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Pirmasedis 



sawer. Rugiy — , reaper; harvester. 

Sieno — , mower. 
Piovikas,/.-ke, = PiovEjas. 
Piovykla,-os, */. place where anything 

is cut; gyt>ulii£ — , slaughterhouse. 
Piovimas,-o,*m. cutting; sawing; reap- 
ing; harvesting; mowing. 
Pypftioti (-6ioju,-£iojau,-6iosiu), v.nfrq. 

to peep; to chirp; to pip; to pule. 
Pypelis, -io, sm. [Kr.] whistle; reed 

pipe; shalm. 
Pypeliuoti <-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v.n. 

to whistle; to play on a reed pipe. 
Pipiras,-o, sm. pepper. Pipiry ham duo- 

'*» ifls-) t() reprimand one. Iktyti kur 

pipirai a\iga y (Jiff.) to drive one a 

thousand miles off. 
Pipirgetis,-£io, sm. gingerbread; spice- 
nut. 
Pipirinis,/.-ne, adj. of pepper. 
Pipirny5ia,-los, sf pepper box.. 
Pipirninkas, -o, sm. pepper or spice sell- 
er:! gingerbread; ginger cake. 
Pipiruoti (-ruoju,-ravau, -ruosiu), v. a. 

to pepper; to season with pepper. 
Pypka,-os, Pypke,-es, sf; Pypkis,-io, sm. 

dim. -kele,-kute, sf. smoking pipe. 
Pypkininkas,/.-ke, «. manufacturer of 

tobacco pipes; dealer in pipes; pipe 

smoker. 
Pypkiuoti (-kiuoju, -kiavau, -kiuosiu), 

v. n. to smoke pipe. 
Pypkius,-iaus, I 
Pypkorius,-iaus, (" 
Pyplys,-io, sm. icht. gudgeon. 
Pypseti (-siu,-sejau,-sesiu), v.frq., Pypti 

<-piu,-piau,-psiu), v. n. to peep; to 

chirp; to pip; to pule. 
Pyragas t -o, cftm.-geJis,-giitis,*m. cake. 
Pyraglus,/. -ge, *. pastry baker; cake 

baker. 
Pyramida,-os, */ pyramid. 
Pyramldalilkas,/.-ka,d«/fn.-ka$i$,/.-kojl, 

adj. pyramidal; pyramidical. 
Piratas,-o, sm. pirate. 
Pirclus,-iaus, sm. bath keeper. 
Pyr\M\9\,-il, sm.pl- Pyrenees; Pyrenean 

mountains. 
Pirkcia,-ios, sf. cottage; hut. 
Pirke|as,/.-ia, *. buyer; purchaser; cus- 
tomer. 
Pirkikas,/.-ke, s. = PirkEjas. 



Pypkininkas. 



Pirkimas,-0, sm. buying; purchasing. 

Pirkineti (-n6ju,-n6jau, -nesiu), v.frq., 
Pirkti (perku, pirkau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
buy; to purchase. 

Pirkinys,-io, sm. pu rchase , bov.ght thing; 
goods purchased. 

Pirkliauti (-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu), v.n. 
to trade; to traffic; to commerce; to 
carry on commerce. 

Pirklyba,-os, sf. commerce; trade; traf- 
fic. 

Pirklys, io, sm. merchant; dealer; trad- 
er. 

Pirklyste,-es, sf. commerce; trade; traf- 
fic. = PlRKLYBA. 

PirkSnys,-ty. *f pl> embers. 

Pirktele,-es, [dim. o/Pirkcia] *f. small 
cottage; hut; hovel. 

Pirkti (perku, pirkau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
buy; to purchase. 

Pirktinls,/.-ne r arf/. bough ten; bought; 
purchased. 

Pirm, prep, with gen. before; ago. Pirm 
penkiy mety, five years ago. 

Pirma, Pirmai, adv. first; before; previ- 
ously. 

Pirmadelys,/.-le, *. firstling. 

Plrmadienis,-io, sm. Monday. 

Pirmaeilis,/.-le, adj. of the first rank; 
of the first class. 

Pirmagalis,-io, sm. fore end. 

Pirmagimis,/.-me, adj. firstborn. 

Pirmagimyst6,-es, sf. primogeniture. 

Pirmainys,/. -ne, *. forerunner; antece- 
dent; predecessor. 

Pirmakartls,/.-te, *. freshman; novice; 
greenhorn. • 

Pirmalakos,-ij, sf. pi. grain of a best 
quality. 

Pirmaprade,-es, sf. [Si] first principle; 
element. 

Pirmapradinis,/.-ne,rtrf/. primitive; orig- 
inal; primordial. 

Pirmapradyste, -es, sf. primitive state; 
primitiveness. 

Pirmarijsis, /.-Je, adj. first rate; first 
class. 

Pirmas,/.-ma, defin. -masis, /.-mo|l, adj. 
first. 

Pirmasedybe,-es, sf. presidentship; pre- 
sidency. 

Pirmasedis,/. -de, s. presider; president; 
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Pirmasedziauti (-dziauju, -dziavau, 
-dziausiu), v.n. to preside. 

Pirm$syk, adv. first time. 

Pirmalakys, -io, sm. (vynas) firstling; 
first press. 

Pirmatakunas, = Pirmtakunas. 

Pirmdelys,/. -le, *. firstling; first off- 
spring. 

Pirmeivybe,-€s, sf. progress. 

Pirmeivis,/.-ve, adj. progressive. |*. pro- 
gressive person; progressionist. 

PirmeiviSkas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. progressive. |— kai, adv. progress- 
ively. |— kumas, sm. progressiveness. 

Pirm el iaus, ad v. somewhat earlier; lit- 
tle earlier. 

Pirmena,-os, sf. first time; [pirmone] 
fir^t fruit; firstling. 

Pirmenybe,-es, sf. priority; preference. 

Pirmiaus, adv. formerly; before. 

Pirmybe,-es, sf. preference; priority ; su- 
periority. 

Pirmyk$6ias,/.-Sia, PirmykStis, /.-te, adj. 
former; privious; prior. 

Pirmyn, adv. forward; forwards; on- 
ward. 

Pirmyneiga,-os, sf. progress. 

Pirmininkas,/.-ke, s. president; chair- 
man. 

Pirmininkauti (-kauju,-kavau, -kausiu), 
v.n. to preside. 

Pirmininkybe,-ds, sf. presidency; presi- 
dentship. 

Pirminis r /.-ne, adj. primary; primal; 
primitive. 

Pirmynzanga,-os, sf. progrp^s. 

Pirmynzengis,/.-ge, s. progressive per- 
son. 

Pirmynzengyste,-es, sf. progress. 

Pirmyniengiskas,/ -ka, tfi/m.-kasis,/.-ko|i, 
adj. progressive. 

Pirmyste,-es, sf. preference ; superiority ; 
pre-eminence; priority. 

Pirmone,-es, */. firstling; first fruit; first 
specimen. 

Pirmopradzia,-ios, sf. first cause; first 
element or principle; origin; pirmor- 
dial. 

Plrmpradinis, Pirmpradyste, = Pirma- 

PRADINI8, etc. 

Pirmtakauti (-kauju,-kavau. -kausiu), v. 
n. to antecede; to precede. 



Pysketi 

Pirmtakunas, /.-ne, *. precursor; fore- 
runner. 

Pirmu£iausias,/.-sia, cfe/Zn. -stasis,/. -sio| I, 
adj. very first; prime. 

Pirmutinis,/. -ne, defin. -nysis, /.-nio|i, adj. 
first; prime; | fore; front. ' 

Pirmutinyste,-es, sf. preference; preced- 
ence; priority; superiority. 

Pirmzengiantis,/.-H, defin. -tysis,/. -ck>|i\ 
adj. foregoing; preceding; anteced- 
ent. , 

Pyrotechnika,-os, sf. pyrotechnics. 

Pyretechni*kas,/.-ka, de/to. -kasis, /.-ko|i, 
adj. pyrotechnical. 

Piriliauti (-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu), v.n. 
to woo for a person ; to make a match. 

Pirsiiavimas,-o, sm. matchmaking. 

Pirilybos,-^, sf. pi matching; match- 
making. 

PIrJlys,-lo,*m. marriage broker; match- 
maker. 

Pirilyste,-es, sf. matchmaking; match- 
ing. 

Pir§tas,-0, dim. -talis, sm. finger; [kojos] 
toe. IS pirsto Ulautti, (fig.) to devise 
falsely; to fabricate. 

Pirlti (persu, pirsau, pirsiu), v. a. to 
match; to make a match; fig. to 
proffer; to propose; to tender. |— s, v. 
rfl. to offer one's self in marriage; 
to propose. 

PirStine,-es, dim.-n%\e, sf. glove; [nepiri- 
tuota] mitt; mitten. 

Pir«inetas,/.-ta,<fc/U.-tasis,/. -toil, adj. 
having gloves on; gloved. 

Pirstiniuotas, = PirstinEtas. 

Pirstukas,-o, sm. little finger;|thimble. 

Pirstuotas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis, /.-to|i, adj. 
fingered. 

Pirtyne,-es, sf. [Kr.] smoking chamber; 
smoking room. 

Pirtininkas,/.-ke, *. bath house keeper; 
bath house owner. 

Pirtinis, /.-no, adj. of bath; belonging 
to the bath. 

Pirtis, -ies, sf. bath; bathroom; bath 
house. 

Pistazi|a,-os, sf. hot. pistachio nut. 

Pistolius,-iaus, sm. pistol. 

Pis1onas,-o, sm. piston. 

Py§ke|imas,-o, sm. clap; crack. 

Pylketi (-ku,-ke"jau,-kSsiu), v.n. to clap; 
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Pyikinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to clap; 
to ciack. 

Pitliuoti (-liuoju,-liavau,-liuosiu), v. a. 
to bolt, to sift. 

Pitlius,-iaus, #m. bolting sieve; bolter. 

Piudymas,-o, sm. waiting; setting on. 

Piudyti (-dau, -diiau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
bait; toseton, t) chase; — sunimis, 
to set the dogs at one; — vienq pries' ki- 
tq, to pit one against another. 

Piudytojas,/.-ja, s. baiter; setter on; in- 
stigator. 

Piuklas,-o, sm. saw. 

Piute, = Piuti*;. 

Piutis,-ies, sf. harvest time; | month of 
August. 

Pluvis,-lo, sm. cat; cutting; incision. 

Pla6..., Pla&ia..., see Plat... 

Pladiai, adv. w.dely ; broadly. 

Pla6met6,-es. *j. bot. lady's smock. Car- 
damine. 

Pladas, -o, sm. dat cake; flat custard; 
flawn. 

Pladistai,-4 t sm. pi. garlic; cives. 

Plaiskane, = PleiskJB. 

Plalsa,-os, sf. crack; crevice; chink- 
chap; gap; cleft. 

PlaiSioti (-*ioju,-§iojau,-Siosiu), Plaisyti 
(-§au,-§iau,-§ysiu), v.a.n. to split; to 
crack; to chink. 

Plaisus,/. -*i, defin. -lusis, /. -sio|i, adj. 
fissile. I — sumas, sm. flssility. 

Plakas,-o, cfa'w.-kelis, sm. armful; bun- 
dle; bottle {of My or straw). 

Plake,-es, sf. [Kr.] lead; plumbum. 

Plakimas, -o, sm. beating; whipping. 
Sirdies — , pulsation of the heart. 

Plaktas,-o, sm. ramrod. 

Plakti (-ku,-kiau,-ksiu), v.a. to beat: to 
whip.|t>.». to beat; to throb; to puls- 
ate. 

Plaktukas,-*, sm. hammer. 

Plaktuvas, dim. -veils, sm. beetle; mallet. 
[mutuvo] ramrod. 

Plakuoti (-kuoju,-kavau,-kuosiu), v. a. 
to mske bundles or bottles; to pile 
{hay or straw). 

Planeta,-os, */. planet. 

Planetinis,/.-ne; Planetariskas,/.-ka, adj. 
planetary. PlanetariSka sintema, pla- 
netary system. 

Planimetri)a,-os, */ planimetry. 



Platus 

Planka,-os, sf. plank; board. 

Plantaci|a,-os, sf. plantation. 

Plantatorius,-iaus, sm. planter. 

Plasnoti (-noju,-nojau,-nosiu), v.a.n. to 
wave; to waft; to swing; to vibrate; 
to dangle; [spamais] to bait. 

Plastake, see PlastakE. 

Plastenti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.n. to flour- 
ish; to wave; to flap; to bait. 

Plasteti <-stu,-stffjau, -stesiu), v.n. to 
beat; to throb; to pulsate. 

Plastika,-o$, sf. plastic art. 

Plastiikas,/.-ka, adj. plastic. 

Plaitaka,-os, sf. handbreath; palm. 

Plaitake,-es, dim. -kele, sf. ent. moth; 
icht. species of small river fish. 

Platburnis,/.-ne, *. broad mouthed one; 
jig. babbler; teller of secrets. 

Platdantis,/.-te, s. broad toothed one. 

Platybe,-es, sf. broadness; wideness. 

Platyn, adv., — eiti, to grow wider; to 
widen. 

Platinlmas,-o, sm. widening; spreading; 
expanding; expansion; propagation. 

Platintl (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to widen; 
to broaden; to extend in breadth; to 
spread; to expand; to propagate. 

Platkaktis,/. -te, s. * adj. one with 
broad forehead. 

Plitkojis,/. •!«,«• & adj. broad footed 
one. 

Piatkrutinis,/.-ne, s. & adj. broad chest- 
ed, broad breasted one. 

Platlapis,/. -pe, s. & adj. broad leaved 
one. 

Platlieiuvis,/.-ve, s.&adj. broad tor gued 
one. 

Platnosis,/.-se, s. & adj. flat nosed cne. 

Platokas, /. -ka, adj. somewhat wide; 
pretty broad. 

Platonas,-o, sm. bot. button wood; plane 
tree. Platanus orientalis. 

Platsnapis,/. -pe, *. & adj. broad billed 
one; latirostrous (fowl). 

Platsnukis,/.-ke, s. & adj. broad faced 
or broad mouthed one. 

Platuma,-os, sf. breadth; width; lati- 
tude. 

Plafumas,»o, sm. wideness; broadness. 

Platuodegis,/.-ge, s. & adj. broad tailed 
one. 

Platus,/. A\,ntr An, defin. -tusis,/ -Sio|i, 
adj. wide; broad. | — 6iai, <tdv. widely. 



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Plaufiiai 270 

Plau6iai, -iij, sm. pi. lungs; [gyvuliy] 

lights. Plautin utdegimas, inflam- 
mation of the lungs; pneumonia. 
Piaujotl (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. n. to 

soar; to h6ver; to fly aloft. 
Plaukaraiitis,-£io, sm. hair laoe; hair 

band. 
Plaukas,-o, dim. -kells, sm. hair ; [audeklo] 

pile; nap; wool; bot % hair; fibre, 

[plauko spalva] color; juodo plauko, 

black haired; black colored. 
Plaukimas,-o, sm. swimming; floating. 
PlaukinetK-nSju, -ngjau, -nesiu). Plau- 

kioti (-kioju,-kiojau,-kiosiu), v.frq. 

to swim to and fro; to swim about; 

to sail to and fro; to navigate. 
Plaukinis,/.-ne, adj. hair...; made of 

hair; pertaining to hair. 
Plaukioti, see PlaukinEti. 
Plaukiuoti (-kiuoju, -kiavau, -kiuosiu), 

v.n.{varpas leistt) to put forth ears; to 

ear. 
Plaukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v.n. to swim; 

to float; — per marias, to snil. 
Plaukuotas,/.-ta,tfe/i7i.-tasis,/. -to|i, adj. 

hairy; haired; covered with hair. 
Plauska, = Pliauska. 
Plausti (diiu,-dziau,-siu), v.a. to wash; 

to rinse. 
Plausas,??. Plau5ai,-i|, sm. bast; inner 

bark. 
Plausinis,/.-ne, adj. of bast; made of 

bast. 
Plautas,-o, dim. -talis, sm. (luoto) side- 

-board; wing; [pvrtyje] bathing- 
bench. 
Plauti (plauju, ploviau, plausiu), v. a. 

to wash ; to rinse. 
Plautis, -dio, sm. lung; med. catarrh; 

veter. equinia. 
Plazdenti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. n. to 

flap; to flutter;[a/H€ lapus]to rustle. 
Plazdeti (-du, -dejau, -dgsiu), v. n. to 

beat ; to throb. 
Pletka, -os, dim. -kele, -kute, sf. flask ; 

bottle. 
PledeSka,-os, smf. [Kr.] a fidgety man 

or woman. 
Plega, -os, sf. stripe; stroke; lash; 

plngue; scourge; calamity; misery. 
Pleine,-es, sf. = PlynE. 
Pleiskanos,-ij, *f. pi. dandruff. 



PleSrus 



Pieiskanotas,/.-ta,a4;.fullof dandruff; 

affected with dandruff. 
Pleiske,-es, sf. flmble hemp. 
PleiJyti (-§iju, §ijau, -Sysiu), v. a. to 
wedge; to fasten with a wedge; to 
clinch. 

Ple|ados,-q, */. pi. astr. Pleiades. 

Plekai,-ij,0m. pi. mould; mold. 

Plekigti (-§iu,-S6jau,-Sesiu), v. a. n. to 
smack. 

PlekSne,-es, */. flatfish; flounder; shard. 

PlekSnis, -ies, sf. membrane; pellicle; 
film. 

PlekJte, = PlekSnE. 

Plekti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu), v.n. to grow 
moldy. 

Plampe,-es, sf. kind of mushroom. 

Plenis, -ies, sf. flake; pi. flake-ashes; 
flock-ashes. Plenimis nueiti, to burn 
to ashes. 

Plentas, -o, sm. causey; causeway. 

Pleonazmas, -o, sm pleonasm. 

Piepalas, -o, sm. tattler; chatterer. 

Plapeti (-pu,-p6jau,-p6siu), v. a. n. to 
talk; to tattle; to chatter; to gossip. 

Pierk$ti(-rskiu,-rskiau,-rk§iu),Pleiiketi 
(-kgju, -Ugjau, -kesiu), v.n. to rattle. 

Plerikyne, -es, sf rattle. 

Plerikinti (-nu,-nau, -nsiu), v.a. to rat- 
tle; to make a rattling sound. 

Plesti (plgciu, plgciau, plesiu), v.a. to 
spread; to extend; to widen. 

Plestras, -o, sm. plaster. 

PleSikas,/.-ke, s. robber; thief; plun- 
derer. 

Plesimas,-o,*m. tearing; | robbing; plun- 
dering; depredation. 

Plesymas, -o, sm. pulling; tearing; burst- 
ing. 

Plesinys, -io, sm. sart; newly ploughed 
piece of land; | spoil; booty; pi under. 

Pl&is, -io, sm. plunder. 

Plesyti (-§au,-§iau, -Sysiu), v.a.frq. to 
tear; to lacerate; to rend. 

Ple§kes,-iij, sf.pl. traces; harness. 

Plesketi (-ku, -kejau, -kesiu), v. n. to 
rustle; to crackle. 

Plaikininkas, /.-ke, s. harness maker. 

PleSkinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to clap; 
to crak; to crackle. 

Plesrus,/.-ri, defin. -rusis, J. -rio|i, adj. 
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Pleiti 

bird of prey. I— rial, adv. rapaciously. 
|— rumas, sm. rapaciousness; rapac- 
ity. 

Pleiti (-Siu, -Siau, -Siu), v. a. to tear; 
to. rend; | to plunder; to rob. 

Pieitinai, adv. by tearing; by plucking; 
| thievishly; in a thievish manner. 

Pieto|imas,-o, sm. spread ing; extending; 
expanding; expansion. 

Pletoti (-toju, -tojau, -tosiu), v. a. to 
spread; to extend; to expand. | — s, 
v.rfl. to develop one's self; to spread 
itself; to expand itself. 

Pleve, -es, sf. film; pellicle; membrane. 

Plevesavlmas, -o, sm. wafting; waiving. 

Plevesuoti(-suoju,-savau,-suosiu), v. n. 
to waft; to wave. 

Pievetas,/.-ta, defin. -lasis,/. -taji, adj. 
filmy; membranous. 

Plazdenti, see Plazdknti. 

Pliacius,-iaus, sm. place ; square ; ground. 

Pliauksti (pliauSkiu, -Skiau, pliaukSiu), 
v.a.n. to talknonsense; to talk idly; 
to babble. 

Pliauna, -OS, srnf. tattler; prattler; bab- 
bler. 

Pliaunyti (-niju,-nijau,-nysiu), v.a.n. to 
tattle; to prattle; to babble. 

Pliauptif-piu, -piau,-psiu) t r.a.n. to babble; 
to tattle. 

Piiauska, -os, sf. piece of wood; billet. 

Pliauikinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. n. to 
clap; to crack; to crackle. 

Plickas, -o, dim. -kelis, wi. flawn; fiat- 
cake; crumpet. 

Ply5ius,-iaus, sm. tile maker; brick mak- 
er. 

Pliekimas, -o, sm. cudgeling; drubbing. 

Pliekti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. a. to beat; 
to cudgel; to cane. 

Plienas,-o,#m. steel. 

Piieninis, /. -n&,adj. steel...; of steel; 
— ne plunksna. steel spring; [raio- 
moii) steel pen; metallic pen. 

Plikagaivis, /. -ve, *. baldhead; pilgar- 
lic. 

Plikas,/ -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 
bald; bare; naked; callow; fig. poor; 
needy. || — kai, adv. nakedly. 

PUkbariftiai, -ii|, sm. pi. soup cooked 
without meat; poor soup. 

Plike, -as, sf. baldpate. 



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Plikls, /. -ke, s. baldheaded person; 
baldhead;. pilgarlic ;Ji£. poor person; 
pilgarlic; wretch. 

Plikyti (-kau,-kiau,-kysiu), v.a. to scald. 

Plikinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 
bald. 

Pliksala, -os, sf. black frost. 

Pliksis, /. -*e, s. (in cant.) baldhead; 
pilgarlic. 

Plikti (plinku, plikau, -ksiu), v. n. to 
grow bald; to lose one's hair. 

Plikumas, -o, sm. baldness; nakedness; 
bareness. 

Plikutis,/.-te, Plikutelis,/.-le,ad/. stark 
-naked. 

Plynas, /.-na, adj. plain; even; smooth; 
level; flat; open; clear. 

Plyne, /. -as, sf. plain; level land; open 
field. 

Pliopa, -os, srnf. idle talker; babbler. 

Pliovojimas, -o, sm. babbling. 

Pllovone, -as, sf. babble; babblement; 
idle talk. 

Pliovoti (-voju, -vojau,-vosiu), v a.n. to 
talk nonsense; to prattle; to babble. 

PlyJys, -io, sm. cleft; crevice; chink; 
chasm ; fissure. 

Ply§ti(-§tu t -§au,-§iu), v. n. to burst; to 
rend itself. 

Plyta, -os, sf. brick. 

PlytinySia, Plytnycla, -ios, sf. brickyard 

Plytininkas, Plytninkas, /. -ke, s. brick 
maker; brick burner. 

Plytinls,/.-ne,a<#.bricky ; built of brick. 

PKuksti(-kStu,-skau,-k&iu) f v.n. to col- 
lapse; to fall together. 

Pliumpe, -os, sf. swamp. 

Pliurk$ti(-r§kiu-r§kiau,-rk§iu), v. n. to 
dabble; to play in mud and waters. 

Pliurpti (-piu, -piau, -psiu), v. n. to 
splash; to dabble. 

Pliuie, -es, sf. bot. shave-grass; horse- 
tail. 

Pliulke, -es, sf. frivolous woman; || dan- 
cing party. 

PliuSkis, /. -ke, *. frivolous person; fop; 
coxcomb; doodle. 

PliuSkuoti(-kuoju,-kavau,-kuo«iu) v. n. 
to be foppish; to behave one's self 
foppishly. 

Pliuslelija, -os, sf. bot. corn-flag; sword- 
grass. Gladiolus. 

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Pokiliauti 



adj. flat; compressed. 

Plokite, -es, dim. -tele,^. plane; plate. 

Plokstis,= PlokStE. 

Plokstumas,-o, »m. flatness; compressed- 
ness. 

Plonas,/. -m, defin. -na$is,/. -no|i, adj. 
thin; slender;fine || -nai, adv.lh\n\y. 

Plonis, -io, sm. film; pellicle; [DonaL] 
harvest wreath ; harvest garland. 

Plonyti (-niju,-nijau,-nysiu)t>.a. to thin; 
to make thin; to make fine. 

Plonliezuvis, /.-ve,*- flatterer; adulator; 
fawner. 

Plos£ius,-iaus, dim. -giukas, sm. cloak; 
mantle; overcoat. 

Plotas, -o, sm. space; room; extent. 
Apgyventi didel\ iemesplotq, to oc- 
cupy a great extent of land. 

Ploti(ploju, plojau, plosiu), v. a. to flat- 
ten; to make flat or compressed. || 
v. n. [rankomit] to clap; to applaud. 

Plotis, -dio, sm. width; breadth; lat- 
itude. 

Plotkas, -o, dim. -kelis, sm. wafer: 

Plotve, -es, 8f. opt. lens, photogr. plate. 

Plove|as,/.-ja, *. rinser. 

Plovimas, -o, 8m. rinsing; washing. 

Plude, -es, «/. bot. water plantain. Alis- 
ma plantago; || [meikeres] dipsy; 
dobber. 

Pludimas, -o, 8m. flowing; running; 
rushing; [koliojima8] scolding; chid- 
ing; objurgation. 

Pludis, -ies, */. = PludE. 

Pluduriuotl, (-riuoju, -riavau, -riuosiu), 
v. n. to float; to swim. 

Plugas, -o, sm. plough; plow. 

Pluginis, /.-ne, adj. of plow; plow... 

Pluguoti (-guoju, -gavau, -guosiu), v.a. 
to plow. 

Plukdyti (-dau, -diiau, -dysiu) v. a. to 
water; to wash; to float; to bathe. 

Plukti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu),c.a. to swinge; 
to beat soundly; [linus] to swingle; 
to scutch. 

Plukti (-plunku, -plukau, -ksiu), v. n. 
to fade; to lose color. 

Pluktuve, -es, sf. swingle; swingling- 
knife; scutching-knife. 

Plunksna, -08, dim. -nele, sf. feather. 
Sparnine—, quill. Rasomoji — , pen; 
writing pen; quill; || spring. 



Plunksninyftia, -los, sf pen case. 

Plunksninis, /. -ne, adj. of feather; 
feathery; of pen; | of spring. 

Plunksnotas, /. -ta, defin. -tasls, /. -to|l, 
adj. feathered; feathery. 

Piuostas, -o,dim. -telis,*m. whisk; wisp: 
lock: tuft; [Hn%] harl; fibre; fila- 
ment; [=gabala8] piece; fragment. 

Plusti(-stu, -gau, -siu), v.a. to scold; 
to chide; to objurgate. || v.n. to flow; 
to rush. 

Plusai, -ij, 8m. pi filaments; fibres; chir. 
lint. x 

PluSyti (-§yju, -Sijau, -Sysiu), v. a. to ^ 
strip off filaments; to turn into fila- 
ments. || v. n. to turn into filaments. 

Pluta, -os, dim. -tele, sf. crust. 

Po, prep, with gen. after; on; at. Po 
piety, after noon; after dinner. Po 
kaires, on the left side. Po akiti, De " 
fore one's eyes; under one's eyes. 
2. with dat. Po kamparduodif what 
is the price? at what price do you 
sell it? Po ttaidienai, down to the 
present day; until to-day. 3. with 
ace, Po miestq vaikstioti, to go about 
the town; to walk in a town. Po 
laukus vaikteioti, to walk in the 
fields, tinia pasklido po visq Salj, 
the report has spread throughout 
the country. 4. with instr. under. 
Po statu, under the table. Po mediiv, 
under a tree. Po vandeniu, under 
water. Po vardu, under the name. 
Popri8iega, upon oath. 

Podagra, -os, «/*. med. podagra; gout. 

Pobudis, -dzio, sm. nature; character. 

Pode, -es, smf. godfather: godmother. 

Podraug, Podraugiai, adv. with; to- 
gether. 

Podukra, -os, Podukte, -tors, sf. step- 
daughter. 

Poema, -os, sf. poem. 

Poetas, -o, sm. poet. 

Poete, sf. poetess. 

Poetiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i 
adj. poetic ; poetical . 

Poezija,-os,«f.ipoetry; poesy. 

Pogalvis, -io, sm. pillow. 

Pogimis, -io, sm. afterbirth; placenta, 
secundine. 

Pokiliauti (-liauju,-liavau,-liausiu), v.n 



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Pokllis 

to feast; to regale. 
Pokilis, -lo, sm. regale; feast; festival; 

banquet. 
Pokseti (-Siu, -sejau, -SSsiu), v. n. to 

clash; to clatter. 
PokSteleti (-liu,-lejau t -l6siu), v. inat. to 

clash but once; — kam y to strike; 

to give a blow. 
Polemika, -os, sf. controversy; disputa- 
tion; polemics. 
Polemizuoti (-zuoju,-zavau, -zuosiu), v. 

n. -s, v. rfl. to controvert; to dis- 
pute; to carry on polemics. 
PoliariSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 

adj. polar; — s ratas, polar circle; 

—a ivaigide, polar star. 
Policija, -os, sf. police; police office; 

police authorities. 
Policistas, -o, am. policeman; police 

officer. 
Polygamija, -os, sf. polygamy. 
Polygamistas, -o, sm. poly gam is t. 
Polynezija, -os, sf. Polynesia. 
Polypas, -o, *m. polyp; polypus. 
Polytechnika, -os, sf. polytechnics. 
Polytechnikas, -o, sm. student of a po- 
ly technical college. 
Polytechniikas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis, /-koji, 

adj. polytechnic; poly technical. 
Poiyteistas, /-to, *. polytheist. 
Polyteizmas, -o, sm. polytheism. 
Polius, -iaus, sm. pole. Pieiinis — , 

south pole, aiaurinis — , north pole; 

| [— kuolas] pile; pale. 
Pomegranatas, -o, sm. pomegranate. 
Pomeranija, -os, sf. Pomerania. 
Pometis, -ies, sf. memory. 
Pom pa, -os, sf. pump. 
Pompuoti(-puoju,-pavau, -puosiu), v.a. 

to pump. 
Ponaitis, -clo, sm. young gentleman; 

young nobleman ; (in cont.) fop; beau; 

coxcomb. 
Ponas, -o, sm. gentleman; master; sir; 

lord; mister. — Dievas, Lord God. 
Ponavimas, -0, sm. reigning; reign. 
Ponauti (-nauju, -navau, -nausiu), v. n. 

to govern; to rule; to domineer; to 

reign ; to be master of. 
Pondzius, Pondziulis,#m. {corrupt. Ponas 

Dibvas) Lord God. 
Pond, -es, sf. lady;«wPoNiA. 
Ponia, -ios, sf. lady; mistress; madam. 



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Ponybe,-es, sf. nobility; [— ponUkumas] 
lordliness; [viespatjja] empire; state; 
dominion. 

Ponyste, -is, sf. dominion; empire; 
state. 

Ponlskas, /.-ka, defin. -kasis, / -ko|i, adj. 
master like; lord like; lordly; mag- 
nificent; stately. | — kai, adv. after 
the manner of a lord. PoniSkai gy- 
venti, to live like a lord. 

Poniikauti (-kauju, -kavau, -kausiu), 
v. n. to pretend to be a lord; to play 
the lord. 

Poniikumas, -o, sm. lordly behavior; 
lordliness; magnificence; haughti- 
ness. 

Ponpalaikis, -io sm. shabby master; 
shabby lord. 

Ponsa, -os, sf. pounce. 

Ponsuoti (-suoju, -savau, -suosiu), v.a. 
to pounce. 

Popa, -os, sf.(ina child's language) hurt; 
wound. 

Popiera, -os, sf. paper. 

Popierinis, /. -no, adj. paper... ; made of 
paper; — niaipinigai t paper money. 

Popietis, -5io, sm. afternoon. 

Popiezija, -os, sf. popedom ; popery. 

Popiezinis, /. -no, adj. of pope; papal; 
papistic. 

Popiezyste, -os, sf. popery; papism; pap- 
istry; popedom; papacy. 

PopieziSkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -koji, 
adj. papal; popish; papistic; papist- 
ical. | — kai, adv. popishlyjin a popish 
manner. 

Popiezius, -iaus, sm. pope. 

Popiezninkas, /. -ke, *. popeling; pa pal - 
ist; papist. 

Populiariskas, /.-ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji 
adj. popular. 

Populiariikumas,-o, sm. popularity. 

Populiarizuoti (-zuo|u, -zavau, -zuosiu),£.a. 
to popularize. 

Pora, -OS, sf. pair; couple; brace; — te- 
verykty a pair of shoes; — an&tf, a 
brace of ducks; — kiauHnty, a cou- 
ple of eggs. Porq todbiq pasakyt, to 
tell a few words. 

Porcelenas, -o, sm. porcelain; china; 
china ware. 

Porcija, -os, sf. portion; share; allow- 



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Porinis 

ance. Dim. -|ele, pittance. 

Porinis, /.-ne, adj. belonging to the 
pair or brace; making a pair or cou- 
ple; suited to each other; sorted; 
matched. 

Poryt, adv. day after to-morrow. 

Poryti(-riju, -rijau, -Tys\u) t v.a.n.(vulg.) 
to talk; to tell. 

Portas, -o,m. port; harbor; haven. 

Portretas, -o, sm. portrait. 

Portrettstas,/. -to, *. portrait painter. 

Portretuoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v. a. 
to portray. 

Portugal*!, -o, sm. Portuguese. Portu- 
gal^, -os, sf. Portugal. Portugaliskas, 
/.-ka, defln. -kasis, /. -koji, adj. Por- 
tuguese. 

Poruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), v. a. 
to pair; to couple; to match; to suit. 
|— s, v.rfl. to join in pairs; to couple; 
to pair. 

Posedininkas,/-ke, *. partaker in a ses- 
sion. 

Posedis, -dzio, sm. session. 

Pos6dziauti(-dziauju, -dziavau, -dziau- 
siu), v.n. to sit; to hold a session. 

Poska, -os, sf. wooden pail (used for 
keeping butter, lard, ets.) 

Posmas, -o, sm. skein; hank. 

PosmertinS, -os, sf. life insurance mon- 
ey. 

Posmertinis, /. -ne, adj. posthumous. 
Posmertiniai veikalai, posthumous 
works. 

Posmuoti, (-muoju,-mavau,-muosiu), v. 
a. to bank; to form into skeins; (eoU 
loq.) to talk; to prattle; to tattle; to 
speak nonsense. 

Posunis, -io, sm. stepson. 

Posurls, /.-re, adj. somewhat salty. 

Poialiai, adv. aside; apart from. 

Potam, adv. afterwards; hereafter; aft 
er that. 

Poterial,-iq,*m. pi prayer; Lord's pray- 
er; Pater noster. 

Poteriauti (-riauju, -riavau, -riausiu) v. 
n. to say one's prayers; to be at one's 
beads. 

Poterius, /.-re, *. beadsman; /. beads- 
woman. 

Poterninkas,/.-ke *. — Poterius. 

Poto, adv. after that; hereafter; after- 
wards. 



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Pova, -os, sf. orn. peahen. 

Povaikial, -ty, sm. pi stepchildren. 

Povalgis, -io, sm. dessert. 

Povaliai, adv. leisurely; ilowly; little 

by little. 
Povandenlnis, /. -ne, adj. subaqueous; 

submarine. 
Povas, -o, sm. orn. peacock. 
Povinis, /. -no, adj. of a peacock ; of a 
peahen, — e plunksna, peacock's 
feather. 
Povisam, adv. after all. 
Poza, -os, sf. pose; position. 
Pozas, -o, sm. mortise; rabbet; groove. 
Pozeminls, /. -ne, adj. underground; 

subterraneous; subterranean. 
Pozemis, -Io, sm. underground; [&] 

level. 
Pozici|a, -os sf. position. 
Pozyti (-zijivzijau.-zysiu), v.a. to mor- 
tise; to groove; to rabbet. 
Poziti vistas, /. -te,«. positivist. 
PozitiviJkas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. positive |— kai, adv. positively. 
Pozitivizmas, -o, sm. positivism. 
Pozitura, -os, sf posture. 
Pozuoti (-zuoju,-zavau,-zuosiu),t>.a. to 
pose;* (tapytojui) to sit (to the paint- 
er). 
Pra-, an inseparable preposition or pre- 
fix to verbs, denoting, 1) beginning 
of an act; 2) motion by; 3) missing or 
faiUng; opening or doing through. 
Praamziai, -ii|, sm. pi. eternity. 
Praamzinas,/. -na, defln. -nasis,/. -no|i, 
adj. eternal; having no beginning. 
— Vieipats, the eternal Lord; God. 
Praauiinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu) f v.a. to cool 

a little; to make less hot. 
Praau§« ( [praa'u8ti]-stu,-Sau,-§iu),©.n. 

to become cool a little. 
Praau§ti([praau'sti] -Sta, -So, -5) v. im> 
pers. to break ; to dawn ; to grow light. 
Praba, -os,«f. proof; trial; — aukso, si- 

dabro, assay of gold or silver. 
Prabajus, -aus, sm. clamp; hasp; hinge. 
Prabanga, -os, sf. excess; profusion; 

overflow; superfluity. 
Prabangus,/.-gi, defln. -gusis,/. giojl, adj. 

excessive; superfluous; exuberant. 
Prabattius, -ttiaus, sm. parish priest, 
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PraMgtl(-gu,-gau,-gsiu), v.n.to run by. 

Prabilti (-tylu, -bilau, -lsiu) v. a. to be- 
gin to speak. 

PraboCius, -£laus, am. ancestor; fore- 
father. 

Prabrinktl(-kstu, -kau, -ksiu,) v. a. to 
dry a little; to become slightly dry. 

Prabudinti (-nu f -nau, -nsiu) v. a. to 
waken; to awaken; to rouse. 

Prabusti (-bundu t -budau, -busiu), v.n. 
to awake; to cease to sleep; fig. to 
bestir; to revive; to rouse from a 
state of inaction. 

Prabilti (-buvu, -buvau, -busiu), v. n. 
to stay; to remain; to abide in a 
place. 

Pradalge, -*s, {f. mower's row; reaper's 
path; swath. 

Pradaryti (-niu, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 
open a little. 

Pradauiyti (-iau, -iiau, -iy§iu), v. frq. 
Pradauzti(-2iu,-£iau,-§iu), v.a. to beat 
through; to break through. 

Pradeginti ( nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
burn through; — jkaitinta geletimi, 
to pierce with a red-hot iron. 

Pradegti (-gu,-giau,-gsiu), v. n. to burn 
through; to be burned through. 

Pradejimas, -o, am. beginning. 

Pradem, arfp. continually; always. 

Pradengti (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to 
open a little; to uncover a little. 

Pradeti (-dedu. -dgjau, -desiu), v. a. to 
begin; to commence. 

Pradieniui, adv. every other day. 

Pradingti(-gstu.-gau,-gsiu), v.n. to dis- 
appear; to vanish. 

Pradinis, /.-ne, adj. initial; first; ele- 
mentary; primary: original; primi- 
tive; — imokykbi % primary school. 

Pradmena, -os, sf. rudiment. 

Pradmeninis, /-ne; Pradmeniikas, /.-ka, 
defin. — kasis,/.— koji, adj. rudi men- 
tal; rudimentary. 

Pradmuo, -mens, am. origin; original; 
rudiment. 

Pradurti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to pierce 
through; to transfix; to punch 
through. 

Pradiia, -ios, af. beginning; commence- 
ment; origin. Svieto—, beginning of 
the world. Pradtiq imti, to originate; 



Pragobelis 

to have origin. Nuo pradtios ikipa- 
baigns, from the beginning to the 
end. 

Pradziogema, -os af. ) [Si.] original gen- 

Pradzioveisa, -o%af. f e ration; sponta- 
neous generation. 

Pradziovinti, (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
dry a little; to make somewhat dry. 

Pradziugti (-dziungu, -diiugau, -dziup- 
siu), v.n. to be delighted ; to be glad. 

Pradziuti(-dziustu, -diiuvau, -dziusiu), 
v.n. to become somewhat dry. 

Praeiga, -os, af. past; time past. 

Praeite, -os, af. past; time past. Praei- 
tea jau nesugrqiinai, it is in vain to 
call back what is past. 

Praeiti (-einu,-ejau,-eisiu), *•». to pass; 
[pro Sal{\ to pass by. 

Praeitis, = PraeitE. 

Praeivis,/.-ve, *. passer-by; stranger. 

Praejunas, /. -ne, *. passer-by; passen- 
ger; stranger. 

Pragaisinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
lose; | to destroy; to ruin. 

Pragai§ti(-§tu,-Sau,-§iu), v.n. to be lost; 
to disappear; to vanish. 

PragaiStis, -ies, sf. loss; | perdition. 

Pragaras, -o,W. abyss; hell. 

Pragarinis,/.-ne, adj. of hell; hellish. 

Pragariskas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, 
adj. hellish; infernal; devilish .|-kai, 
adv. hellishly. 

Pragarme, -es,$f. abyss; gulf; fig. hell. 

Pragerti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to drink 
away; to squander away in drinking; 
— aavo turtq, to tipple away one*' 
property. 

Pragiedoti (-du,-dojau,-dosiu), v. n. to 
begin to sing; to pass one's time in 
sinking. 

Pragiedrulis,-io,*m. flash; beam of light. 

Pragisti (-stu,-dau,-siu), v. n. to begin 
to sing; to begin to crow. 

Pragyvenimas, -o, am. living; cost of liv- 
ing; means of living; livelihood. 

Pragyventi (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.n. to stay 
or live for a time; to live for a space 
of time. Pigtoi — , to live at a 
small expense; to spend but a little 
on one's sustenance, [v.a. to outlive; 
to survive. 

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Pragrajyti (-jiju,-jijau,-jisiu), v. a. to 
lose at pluy; to play away; —pini- 
gus, to play away one's money. | v. 
n. to pass one's time in playing. 

Praguieti(-liu,-lejau,-lesiu), v.n. to pass 
one's time in lying abed. 

Pragumas, -o, sm. opportunity; conven- 
ient means; expedient; | contingen- 
cy; casualty. PL — ai, [Kr.] rudi- 
ments; beginnings; elements. 

Praimti (imu,-emiau,-imsiu), v. a. to 
take off a little; to begin to take. 

Prairti (-jru, -irau, -irsiu), v. n. to be 
ripped a little; to be rent a little. 
2.— (-iriu, -yriau, -irsiu), v. a. n. to 
row by ; to oar by. 

Prajausme, -es, sf. presentiment. 

Prajausti (-jauciu, -jauciau, -jausiu), v. 
a. to have a presentiment; to fore- 
bode; to anticipate. 

Prajauta, -os, sf. presentiment. 

Prajautimas,-o,#m. presentiment; antic- 
ipation; foreboding. 

Prajierka, -os, sf. slash; placket. 

Prajodineti (-neju, -nejau, -ne"siu), v. a. 
to ride a horse. 

Prajoti (-joju, -jojau, -josiu), v. n. to 
pass by on horseback; to ride by 

Prajovas, -o, sm. phantasm ; phantom ; 
apparition: vision; portent. 

Prajovingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. wonderful; wondrous; portent- 
ous; marvelous. | — gai, adv. won- 
drous; wondrously. 

Prajuokdinti,Prajuokinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), 
v.a. to make one laugh; to set one 
laughing. 

Prakaita, -os, sf. poultice; cataplasm. 

Prakaitas, -o, sm. sweat: perspiration. 

Prakaitavimas,'-o, sm. sweating; perspir- 
ing; perspiration. 

Prakaituotas, /. -ta, prt. sweaty; moist 
with sweat. 

Prakaituoti (-tuoju,-tavau,-tuosiu), v.n. 
to sweat; to perspire. 

Prakalba, -os, sf. preface; preamble; in- 
troduction; | speech; address; ha- 
rangue. 

Prakalbeti M>u,-bejau,-besiu), v. n to 
begin to speak; to utter several 
words. 

Prakalbinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
make one speak ; to accost. 



Pralaidus 

Prakaiti (-lu, -liau, -lsiu), v.a. to ham- 
mer through; to chisel through. 

Prakanda, -os, sf bitten outplace; bite. 

Prakartas, -o, sm. crib; manger. 

Prakarus, /.-ri, defin. -rusis,/.-rio|i, adj. 
veined. 

Prakasineti(-n€ju,-nejau,-n6siu),tj./rg., 
Prakasti (-su,-siau,-siu), v. a. to dig; 
to dig through. 

Prakasti (-kandu,-kandau,-kasiu), v. a. 
to bite; to bite through. 

Prakauiis, /. -le, *. barebone. 

Prakefkimas, -0, sm. damnation; exe- 
cration; condemnation. 

Prakeiktas,/.-ta, defin. -tasis, /. -to|i, adj. 
damned; execrated; cursed. 

Prakeikti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. a. to 
damn; to execrate; to curse. 

Prakelti (-liu,-liau,-lsiu) f v.a. to lift by; 
—vartus, to open the gate slightly. 

Rrakiaurinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
perforate; to bore through. 

Prakilniejie metal, leapy6ar; bissextile. 

Prakilnumas, -o, sm. importance; portli- 
ness; stateliness; gcntleness;genteel- 
ness; elegance; nobility; grandeur. 

Prakilnus, /. -ni, defin. -nusis, /. -nioji, 
adj. important; noble, illustrious; 
stately; magnificent; grand; portly. 
| — niai, adv. nobly: illustriously. 

Prakilus, = Prakilnus. 

Prakira, -os, sn\f. mocker; scorner; 
scoffer. 

Prakiurti (rstu,-rau,-rsiu), v. n. to be 
perforated. 

Prakorimas, -o, sm. fate; destiny. 

Prakrapstyti (-§tau, -§ciau,-§tysiu), v. a. 
to scratch through; to scrape 
through; to make a hole by scrap- 
ing or scratching. 

Praktika, -os, sf. practice; experience. 

Praktikantas, -o, sm. practitioner. 

Praktikuoti (-kuoju, -kavau, -kuosiu\ 
v.a.n. to practice; to exercise. 

Praktiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. practical. | -k&\,adv. practically. 

Prakura, -os, sf. hearth. 

Prakurai, -4, sm. pi. kindling. 

Pralaidus, /. -di, defin. -dusis, /. -dzioji, 
adj. prodigal; extravagant. J -dziai. 
adv. prodigally. |— dumas,*m. prodi- 
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Pralauza,-os,«/. place broken in; breach; 
rupture; gap. 

Pralauzti (-iiu,-£iau,-§iu), v.a. to break 
in; to break through. 

Pralebauti (-bauju,-bavau,-bausiu), v. a. 
n. to pass one's time in feasting; 
to squander in luxury and excess; 
to dissipate in feasting. 

Praleidimas, -o, sm. letting by; letting 
through; | omission. 

Praleisti (-leidziu, -leidau <£ -leidziau, 
-leisiu), v. a. to let pass; to let 
through; [laikq] to spend; [turtq] 
to spend; to squander; [=aplenkti] 
to omit; to leave out. 

Pralenkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), v. a. to get 
ahead; to outgo; to outdo; to surpass. 

Praliejimas, -0, sm. shedding; spilling. 

Pralieti (-lieju,-liejau,-liesiu), v. a. to 
spill; to shed; to pour out; to effuse; 
— kraujq, afar as, to spill or shed 
blood; to shed tears. 

Praljsti (-lendu.-lindau.-ljsiu), v. n. to 
creep through. 

Praiobells,/.-le, *. grown rich person. 

Praiobinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to en- 
rich; to make rich; — mokslqnau- 
jais Uradimais, to enrich science 
with new discoveries. 

Pralobti (-bstu,-bau,-bsiu), v.n. to grow 
rich; to become rich. 

Pralotas, -o, sm. prelate. 

Pramainus, /. -ni, defin. -nusis, /. -nlo|l, 
adj. alternate. Pramainu, alternately; 
by turns. 

Pramanymas, -o f sm. excogitation; in- 
vention; contrivance. 

Pramanytas, /. -la, defin. -tasis, /. -toil, 
prt. excogitated; divised; contrived; 
artificial. 

Pramanyti (-nau,-niau,-nysiu), v. a. to 
excogitate; to devise; to contrive; 
to invent. 

Pramanytoias,/.-|a,0. inventor; contriv- 
er; artificer. 

Pramanumas, -o, sm. wittiness; invent- 
iveness; ingeniousness; ingenuity. 

Pramanus,/.-ni, <fc/fo. -nusis,/. -nloji, adj. 
witty; sharp-witted; inventive; in- 
genious. 

Pramerkti (-kiu, -kiau, -ksiu)t>.a., — a- 
kis, to open one's eyes. 



Pramlegoti (-gu, -gojau,-gosiu), v.a.n. to 
pass one's time in sleeping; to miaa 
in sleeping. 

Pramindzioti(-d£ioju,-d2iojau,-d2iosiu), 
v a. to tread out; — takq, to beat a 
footpath. 

Praminti (-menu, -m inia u, -m insiu, ) v.a. 
to name: to give a name; to call; to 
denominate; to nickname. 2.— (-mi- 
nu,-myniau,-minsiu), v. a. to tread 
out; to press out with the feet; to 
beat a footpath. 

Pramisti (-mintu, -mitau, -misiu), v. n. 
to maintain one's self; to live upon. 

Pramoga, -os, dim. -gele, sf. play; sport; 
amusement; pastime. 

Pramokinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), v. a. to 
teach a little. 

PramoMi (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 
learn a little; to obtain slight or su- 
perficial knowledge; to acquire a 
smattering. 

Pram one, -es, sf. tale; false rumor; | a- 
ny thing invented; artifice; | indus- 
try; trade. 

Pramonin inkas,/. -k6, «. artificer; | trades- 
man. 

Pramoninis,/.-ne, adj. industrial 

Pramonyste, -es, sf. = PbamonE. 

PramuSti (-§u,-Siau,-§iu), v. a. to beat 
through; to break through. 

Pranaias, -o, sm. prophet; predioter; 
foreteller. 

Pranaiauti (-§auju,-§avau,-§ausiu), v.a. 
to prophesy; to predict; to foretell. 

Pranaiavimas,-o,#ro. prophesying; fore- 
telling. 

Pranase, -es, sf. prophetess. 

PranaSingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis,/. -go|i. 
adj. prophetic; prophetical ; contain- 
ing prophesy ; foretelling. | — gai, adv. 
prophetically. 

Pranaiinis, /. -ne* adj. prophetic. 

Prana$yste,-es, sf. prophesy; prediction. 

Pranasiskas, /. -ka, defin. -kasis, /. -koji, 
adj. prophet like; prophetic; pro- 
phetical. | — kai, adv. prophetically. 

Pranasus,/.-si, defin. -susis,/.-iio|i, adj. 
elevated; lofty; stately. | — Slal, adv. 
loftily; stately. | — §umas, sm. lofti- 
ness; stateliness. 

Prancuzas, Prancuzija, = Franciizas, 
etc. 



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Prasisiekelis 



Prandas, -o, sm. [Kr.] form; shape; fig- 
ure; kind; nature. 

Praneiejas,/.-ja, *. reporter; announc- 
er; messenger. 

PraneSimas, -o, tfft. report; relation; ac- 
count; | lecture. 

Pranesii (-§u, -Siau, -siu), v. a. to carry 
past; to bear past; | to let know to 
report; to inform. 

Prangalis, -io, sm. [Kr.] pillory. 

Pranokejas, /. -|a, *. predecessor; pre- 
cursor. 

Pranokti (-kstu,-kau,-ksiu) t v.n. to rip- 
en a little; to become somewhat 
ripe; | [Mi.] to get beyond; to out- 
go. 

Praperia, -os, sf. breach; gap; chasm; 
fissure {in tfte ice). 

Prapiestis, -iio, sm. opening in upper 
millstone. 

Prapirkti (-perku,-pirkau,-pirksiu), v.a. 
to spend or give out one's money 
in buying. 

Prapleia, -os, sf. crevasse; crevice; 
chasm; cleft; fissure; opening. 

Prapleiti (-§iu,-siau,-siu), v.a. to break; 
to open; to rend; to rip. 

Prapuldyti (-dau,-d£iau,-dysiu), v.a. to 
lose; | to destroy; to undo; to rum. 

Prapulti (-puolu,-puoliau,-pulsiu), v. n. 
to be lost; to vanish; to disappear; 
to perish. 

Prapultis, -ties, */. abyss; precipice; | de- 
struction; perdition. 

Prapuolelis/.-le, *. the lost one; utter- 
ly ruined one. 

Prapuolene, -es, sf. abyss; | perdition. 

Prapuoles,/-lusi, prt. lost; vanished; | 
lost; utterly ruined. Prapuotys sttnus, 
the prodigal son. 

Prapuolimas, -o, sm. perdition; van- 
ishing: vanishment. 

Prapuolingas, /.-ga, defin. -gasisj.-goji, 
adj. destructive; ruinous; hurtful; 
baneful ; noxious. |-gai,adt>. destruct- 
ively. 

Prepuolingumas, -o,*m. destructiveness; 
perniciousness; banefulness; nox- 
iousness. 

Praradimas, -o, sm. loss; forfeiture. 

Prarakas, = Prana§as. 

Prarakti (-ranku, -rakau, -raksiu v a. 
to dig through. 



Prarasti (-randu,-radau,-rasiu), v. a. to 
lose; to forfeit; — tiesas, to lose 
one's rights. 

Praregeti (-giu, -gejau, -geaiu), v. n. to 
begin to see; to recover one's sight. 
\v.a. to overlook; to oversee; to miss; 
to pass unheeding. 

Prareteti (-teju, -tejau, -tesiu), v. n. to 
become rare ; to become less thick. 

Praretinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to make 
rare; to rarify ; to make less crowded 
or close; to thin out; — medtius, to 
thin out the trees; — priest% eiles, to 
thin out the ranks of an enemy. 

Prarikdyti (-dau, -dziau, -dysiu), v.a. to 
make one cry. 

Praryti (-ryu,-rijau,-rysiu), v. a. to de- 
vour; to swallow; to gulp down. 

Prasarga, -os, sf. warning; caution; ad- 
monition. 

Prasauseti (-s6ju,-s5jau,-sesiu), v. n. to 
become dry slightly. 

Prasdiokas, /. -ke, dim. -keifs, /. -id, *. 
simple hearted or simple minded 
person; simplician; simpleton. 

Prasergeti(-geju f -gejau,-g6siu), v.a. to 
warn ; to caution. 

Prasi-, an inseparable preposition to 
verbs and verbal nouns, consisting 
of the prefix Pra- and the refl. part, 
-si-. See each separately. 

Prasiblaiveti (-viu,-v6jau,-v€siu), Prasi- 
blaivinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), Prasiblaivyti 
(-vau t -viau,-vysiu), v. rfi. to become 
sober again; to clear up; to become 
serene and clear. 

Prasidejimas, -o, sm. beginning; | con- 
ception. 

Prasideti (-dedu, -dgjau, -de"siu), v. rfi. 
to begin; to commence; [ySHuose] to 
be conceived. 

Prasimanyti (-nau, -niau, -nysiu), v. rfi. 
to invent; to contrive; to devise. 

Prasiradelis,/.-le,#. offender; transgres- 
sor; sinner. 

Prasirastl (-randu,-radau,-rasiu), v. rfi. 
to transgress; to commit a fault or 
sin; to offend against; to trespass a- 
gainst. 

Prasi rpti (-pstu,-pau,-psiu), v. n. to be 
ripe. 

Prasisiekelis, /.-ie, s. upstart. 



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Prtllnti 



Prasisiektl (kiu, -kiau, -ksiu), v. rfl. to 
come to a better state; to become 
rich. 

Prasi§viesti(-8vie£iu,-§vie£iau,-§viesiu), 
tj. rfl. to kindle for one's self; to 
make a light for one's self. [v. impers. 
to grow light; to clear up. 

Prasivaik&ioti (-cioju, -ciojau, -ciosiu), 
r. rfl. to walk a little; to take a walk. 

Prasivedinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. rfl. to 
cool one's self; to take the air. 

Praskesti (-skeciu,-skeciau,-skesiu), v. 
a. to spread open; to spread asunder; 
to sprawl out. 

Praskieda, -os, sf. anything dissolved or 
liquified; solution; dissolution. 

Praskiepas, -o, sm. slash; slit. 

Prasklesti (-skiediiu, -skiedziau, -skie- 
siu), v. a. to dissolve; to thin; to at- 
tenuate. 

Praskysti (-stu, -dau, -siu), v. n. to be- 
come thin; to become less dense; to 
be attenuated. 

Praskustgalvis,/.-ve,«. one with' shaved 
out spot on his head; {in cont.) cler- 
gyman; priest. 

Praskusti (-skutu,-skutau,-skusiu), v.a. 
to shave out; to make a bald spot 
by shaving. 

Praskuta, -os, sf. tonsure. 

Praslinkti (-slenku, -slinkau, -slinksiu), 
v. n. to slink or sneak beyond; to 
pass; to pass by: to pass over. 

Prasme, -es, sf. meaning; signification; 

• sense. 

Prasmegti (-mengu,-megau,-megsiu), v. 
n. to fall through. 

Prasnausti(-snaudziu,-snaudziau,-snau- 
siu), v. 7i. to pass one's time in slum- 
bering: to slumber a little. 

Prasnusti (-snustu,-snudHU,-snusiu), v. 
n. to have slumbered a little; to get 
up from slumber; to awake from a 
nap 

Prasproga, -os, tf. [Tat.] semicolon. 

Prasrava, -os, tf. running water. 

Prastas, /. -ta, defln. -tasis, /. -to|i, adj. 
simple; plain; artless; ordinary com- 
mon; vulgar. |— Ud,adv. ordinarily; 
commonly; vulgarly: rudely. 

Prastl, exclusively used with prefixes at-, 
l~t pa-, piu-, su-, wluch see. 



Prastybe, -es, sf. plainness; simplicity; 
simpleness; artlessness. 

Prastira, -OS, sf. shroud; pall; winding 
sheet. 

Prastokas,/. ka, adj. somewhat ordina- 
ry; somewhat vulgar. 

Prastoti (-stoju,-stojau,-stosiu), v. a. to 
lose; to forfeit. 

Prastumas, -o,sm. simplicity; simple- 
ness; artlessness. 

Prasalaitis, Pralalietis, /. -te, s. alien; 
foreigner; stranger. 

Prasymas, -o, sm. asking; requesting; 
begging; request; petition. 

Prasineti (-neju, -nejau, -nesiu), v. frq. y 
PraSyii (-§au,-§iKu,-§ysiu), v. a. to ask; 
to beg; to entreat; to request. 

Prasytojas f /.-ja, *. entreater; requester r 
petitioner. 

PraSmata, -os, smf. abject person; rogue : 
knave. 

Prasmatauti(-tauju,-tavau,-tausiu),t>.n. 
to behave one's self abjectly; to act 
servilely. 

Prasmatyste, -es, sf. abjectness; mean- 
ness; servility; vileness; despicable- 
ness; knavery. 

Prasmatus, /. -ti, defin. -tusis,/. -£io|i, adj. 
abjoct; servile; mean; despicable; 
vile; knavish | — iiai, adv. abjectly; 
meanly; servilely; knavishly. 

Prasmutas, = Pr asm at a. n 

Prasvaisa, -os, sf. flash of light. 

Prasvieta, -os, sf. appearance of light. 

Prasvisti (-8vinta,-8vito,-§vis), v. impers. 
to clear up; to grow light; to begin 
to shine. 

Pratarme, -es, sf, preface; preamble. 

Pratega,-os, sf. shoemaker's knee strap. 

Pratesti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. to pro- 
long; to lengthen; to stretch; to ex- 
tend. 

Pratevis, -lo, sm. forefather. 

Pratiesas, -o, sm. mar. mast. 

Pratiesine, -nes, sf. mar. yard; sail yard. 

Pratiesti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v.a. to stretch; 
to extend. Pratiesti rankq, to stretch 
out one's arm. 

Pratinimas, -o, sm. accustoming, habit- 
uating. 

Pratinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to accus- 
tom; to habituate. 



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Pralrukti 



Pratrukti (-kstu, -kau, -ksiu), v. n. to 

break; to burst; to open itself. 
Pratursti (-rstu, -rtau, -rsiu), Praturteti 

(-t6ju,-t6jau,-tesiu), v.n. to become 

rich; to be enriched. 
Praturtelis,/.-le, «. person grown rich; 

rich man or woman. 
Prausykla,-os, sf. lavatory; laver; basin. 
Prausylas, -o, sm. paint {for the face); 

rouge; cosmetic. 
Prausti (-siu, -siau, -siu), v. a. to wash; . 

— burnq, to wash one's face. | — %,v. 
rft. to wash one's self. 

Praustuve, -e$, sf basin; laver; | pi. lo- 
tion of the bride (a nuptial ceremony). 

Pravadaf, -4, sm. pi. Low Sunday. 

Pravadas, -o, sm. leader; guide; guider. 

Pravadauti (-dauju, -davau, -dausiu), v. 
a. to guide; to lead; to conduct. 

Pravadinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to sur- 
name; to give another name; to 
nickname. 

Pravadyrius, -faus, sm. leader; ringlead- 
er. 

Pravadovis, -io, sm. leader; guide; guid- 
er; conductor. 

Pravarde, -as, sf. family name; sur- 
name. 

Pravardziuoti ( diiuoju,-dziavau,-dziuo- 
siu), v. a. to give another name; to 
nickname. 

Pravaryti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. to 
drive past. 

Pravartus,./.-tl,<fc/Jn. -tusis, /.-iio|i, adj. 
fit for; useful; apt. | — tumas,«m. use- 
fulness; aptness; fitness. 

Pravazineti (-ngju,-nejau,-nesiu) v.a.n. 
frq. to spend one's time in traveling; 

— pinigus, to squander one's money 
in traveling about; — keliq, to beat 
a road. 

Pravaziuoti (-znioju,-£iavau,-2iuosiu), v. 

n. to drive past; to ride past. 
Pravedinti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v a. to air; 

to ventilate. 
Pravepsoti (,-sau, -sojau, -sosiu), v. a. 

(vulg.) to overlook; to miss; to let 

pass through negligence. 
Praverkti (-kiu,-kiau,-ksiu), t>.n. to pass 

one's time in weeping. 
Praversti (-ver6iu,-ver6iau,-versiu), v.n. 

to lose or spend one's time; [= pri- 

siduoti] to be good {or fit) for. 



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Pravertelis, /. -IS, *. loiterer; dawdler; 
sluggard; tarrier. 

Praverti (-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v. a. to open 
slightly; — duris, to open the door 
slightly. 

Pravesti (-vedu,-vediiau,-vesiu), v.n. to 
lead past; to lead through ; | (linija), 
to draw; to trace. 

Praveia, -os v sf. rut; track. 

Pravezti (-zu,-ziau,-siu), v.a. to convey 
past; to carry past. 

Praviras,/.-ra, defln. -rasis,/. -ro|i, adj. 
ajar; partly open; half open. Pra- 
viros durys t half open door; — as tan- 
gos, half open window. 

Pravirkdinti (-nu, -nau, -nsiu), Pravirk- 
dyti (-dau, -diiau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
make one weep. 

Praviriyti (-siju, -sijau, -§ysiu), v. a. to 
surpass; to excel; to exceed. 

Pravozti(-£iu,-£iau,-siu), v.a. to uncov- 
er a little; to open a little. 

Praiambiai, adv. obliquely ; diagonally. 

Praiambus,/. -bi, defln. -busis, /. -bioji, 
adj. oblique; slanting; diagonal | 
— bumas, sm. obliqueness; obliquity. 

Prazanga,-os, sf. transgression ; infringe- 
ment; offense; trespass. 

Prazangus, /. -gi, defln. -gusis, /. -gioji, 
adj. transgressive; offensive; crim- 
inal. 

Prazydeti (-d£iu,-dejau,-desiu), v. n. to 
begin to bloom ; to begin to blossom ; 
to begin to flourish. 

Prazilti (-z[lu, -zilau, -zilsiu), v. n. to 
turn gray. 

Prazudyti (-dau,-d4iau, -dysiu), v. a. to 
lose; to forfeit; | to ruin. 

Prazulinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to rub 
through. 

Prazulna*,/.-na, defln. -nasis,/.-noji, adj. 
slant; slanting; oblique. | — nal, ade. 
slantly; obliquely. 

Prazuti (-£i£vu, -iuvau, -zusiu), v. n. to 
be lost; to perish. 

Prazutingas, /. -ga, defln. -gasis, /. -goji 
adj. pernicious; ruinous; destruct- 
ive; baneful; fatal. I — gai, adv. per- 
niciously; destructively. | — gumas. 
sm, perniciousness; ruinousness; 
destructiveness. 

Prazutis, -ies, #/*. perdition; ruin. 



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Praiuvingas, = Prazutingas. 

Prefektas, -o, sm. prefect. 

Preke, -es, sf. [=kaina] price; [=/wr- 
kinys] ware; good; merchandise; 
commodity. 

Prekejas, /-|a, *. merchant; dealer. 

Prekiauti (-kiauju, -kiavau, -kiausiu), 
v. n< to trade; to traffic; to deal in; 
to carry on business. 

Prekymetis, -fflo, sm. fair; market. 

Prekyste,-es,*f. trade; commerce; traf- 
fic. , . • V 

Prekiuoti (-kiuoju,-kiavau,-kiuosiu), v. 

a. to rate; to value; to estimate; -to 
•apprize. | t?. n. to be of a value; to 
bear the price; to cost. 

Prekyviete, -es, sf. place of merchand- 
ise; market. 

Premi|a, -os, */. premium ; prize. 

Prenumerata, -os, sf. subscription price. 

Prenumeratorius, -iaus, sf. subscriber. 

Premimeruoti (-ruoju, -ravau, -ruosiu), 
v. a. to subscribe {to aperiodieaU etc). 

Presa, -OS, */. press; printing press. 

Preskas,/. -ka, defin. -kasis,/. -ko|i, adj. 
fresh; unleavened; — vantiuo, pie- 
nas, fresh water; fresh milk. 

Preskumas, -o, sm. freshness; softness, 

Pretekstas, -o, sm. pretext. 

Pretendentas, -o, sm. pretender. 

Pretenduoti (-duoju, -davau, -duosiu), 
v. n. to pretend. 

Pretenzi|a, -os, */. pretension. 

Prezentuoti (-tuoju.-tavau.-tuosiu), v.a. 
to present; to represent. 

Prezidentas, /. -te, *. president; chair- 
man; presiding officer. 

Prezindentyste, -es, */. presidency. 
Prezidentuoti (-tuoju, -tavau, -tuosiu), 
v. n. to preside; to hold the chair of 
a president. 

Pri-, a prefix to verbs, translated into 
English by to, near, full It also 
converts the imperfect verbs into 
perfect ones. 
Priatigas,/.-ganti, defin. -gantysis, /. -gan- 
&0\\, prt. growing up; priauganHoji 
tmoniii karta, the rising generation. 
Priauginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu>, v.a. to aug- 
ment; to bread a great deal. 
Priaugti (-gu,-gau,-gsiu), v. n. to grow 
up; to grow to; to augment; to be 
brought up in great numbers. 



Prideiioti 

Pribaigti (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.a. to end; 
to put an end to; | to put to death; 
to kill. 

Pribarstyti (-stau,-s£iau,-stysiu). Pribert) 
(-riu, -riau, -rsiu), v. a. to pour, 
strew or scatter all over. 

Pribauginti (-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v. a. to in- 
timidate; to frighten; to inspire 
with fear. 

Pribega, -os, sf. influx; afflux. 

Pribe&ti (-gu, -gau, -gsiu), v. n. to run 
near to; to run to. 

Priberti, see Pribarstyti. 

Pribresii (-brgstu, -brendau, -bresiu), v. 
n. to ripen; to come to maturity; to 
be mature. 

Pribudavoti (-voju, -vojau, -vosiu), v. a. 
to add to the building; to erect a 
building by the side of another; to 
erect many buildings. 

Pribuiias, Pribuisis,/.-ie, *. new comer. 

Pribuiiiejie metal, leapyear; bissextile. 

Pributi (buvu, -buvau, -busiu), v. n. to 
come to; to arrive at. 

Pribuveja, -os, sf. [Kr.] midwife. 

Pribuvimas, -0, sm. arriving; arrival. 

PryCia, -ios, sf. [Kr.] reason; cause; 
ground. 

Pridaboti (-boju,-bojau,-bosiu), v. a. to 
look after; to watch; to tend; to at- 
tend; — gyvulius, to look after the 
cattle; — kudikf t to tend a child; 

— ligoni, to attend a sick person. 
Pridangstyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu) v.frq % 

Pridengii (-giu, -giau, -gsiu), v. a. to 
cover; to shelter. 

Pridangte, -es, sf. cover; lid. 

Pridaryti (-rau, -riau, -rysiu), v. a. [pri- 
dirbti] to make many things; — sko- 
ty, to make many debts; to fall in 
debt; [=priverti] to close slightly: 

— duris, to close the door slightly; 
to leave the door ajar. 

Prideginti (-nu, -nnu, -nsiu), v. a. to 
burn to; to singe; to scorch ; to sear. 

Pridegti (-gu,-giau,-gsiu), v. n. to burn 
to; to be burnt to. 

Pridejimas, -o, sm. putting to; adding 
to; supplement. 

Prideiioti (-lioju, liojau,-liosiu). Prides- 
tytl (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v.frq., Pri- 
deti (-dedu, -dejau, -desiu), v. a. to 
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Pridengti,«66 Pridangstyti. 

PrideranCiai, adv. suitably; properly; 
fitly. 

Pridereti (-ru,-r6jau,-resiu), v. n. to be- 
long; to appertain; to be obliged. 

Pridergtl (-giu,-giau,-gsiu), v.a. (vulg.) 
to befoul. 

Prideringas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. goji, 
adj. suitable; fitting; agreeable to; 
proper: becoming. | — gai, adv. suit- 
ably; fitly. 

Prideryste, -as, sf. duty; obligation. 
Pildyti savo prideryste^, to perform 
one's duty. 

Prideti, see PridElioti. 

Pridetka, -os, sf. addition; supplement. 

Pridienis, /. -ne, *. day-laborer. 

Pridotkas, -o, sm. = PridBtka. 

Priduoti (-duodu,-daviau,-duosiu), v.a. 
to add; to put to; to give to; — drq- 
sos t to encourage; to cheer up; to 
inspirit; to animate. 

Pridurkai, -ij, sm. pi. the lower part of 
a lady's shirt. 

Pridurmu, Piidurmais, adv. immediately 
after. 

Pridurstyti (-stau,-sciau,-stysiu), v.frg. 
Pridurti (-riu,-riau,-rsiu), v.a. to add; 
to adjoin; to annex to. 

Pridziovinti(-nu,-nau,-nsiu), v.a. to dry 
a great deal of. 

Pridziuti (-stu,-vau,-siu), v. n. to dry to; 
to stick or cling to a thing by dry- 
ing. 

Prto, prep, wthgemt. near; at; by. 

Prieangis, -io, sm. vestibule^; lobby; 
\priebutis] porch \fig. treshold. 

Prieba»se,-es,#: gram, consonant. 

Prieblanda, -os, */. twilight; dusk. 

Priebrukas, -o, sm. swingling-stand; 
swingle-staff. 

Priebutis, -Sio, sm. porch. 

Priedanga, -os, sf. cover; fig. guise; dis- 
guise; mask. 

Pried as, -o, sm. addition; supplement; 
appendix. 

Priedelis, -o, sm. = Priedas; | attri- 
bute. 

Priederme, -as, *. appurtenance; attri- 
bute; | duty; obligation. 

Priedienis, = Pridienis. 

Priedinis,/.-ne,«rf/- additional; supple- 
mentary. 



Priekys 

Prieeiga, -os, sf. access. 

Priegada, -OS, sf. accident; adventure. 

Priegadingas, /. ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. accidental; casual; adventurous. 
| —gai, adv. accidentally. 

Priegaida, -os, sf. refrain; burden; [to- 
dtio kirtis] accent. 

Priegalvis, -io, sm. pillow. 

Priegamas, -o, sm. mole; inborn spot; 
birthmark. 

Priegelba, -os, sf. assistance; help. 

Priegimtis, -ies, sf. nature. 

Prieglauda, -os, sf. shelter/refuge; asy- 
lum. Be prieglaudos, shelterless; 
homeless. 

Prieglobstis, -ies, sf. embrace; bosom. 

Priegtam, adv. thereto; besides; in addi- 
tion to. 

Priegula, -os, */. concubine. 

Priegulis, -io, sm. lying with; concubin- 
age. 

Priegulme, Priegulmybe, -es, sf. depend- 
ence; subjection. 

Priegulmingas, see Prigulmingas. 

Priegulovas, -0 sm. bed -fellow; bed- 
mate; concubinary. 

Priegulove, -es, */. concubine. 

Priegzda, -os, sf. settle; stove couch; 
stove bench. 

Pryeiga, -os, */. access. 

Prieinamas, /. -ma, defin. -masis,/.-moii, 
adj. accessible; approachable; easy 
of access. 

Prieira, -os, sf. landing place; place of 
descent; pier. 

Prieiti (-einu, -gjau, -eisiu), v. a. n. to 
approach; to come near; to step to; 
to draw near. 

Priejauta, -os, sf. sympathy. 

Priejunga, -os, */. gram, affix; suffix. 

Priekaba, -os, & -be, -es, */. appendage; 
fig. pretension; pretence. 

Priekaita,-OS', sf. exposition to the heat; 
ehir. poultice. 

Priekalas, -0, sm. anvil; stithy. 

Priekalnis, -io, sm. foreland; promonto- 
ry; cape; headland. 

Priekelis, -io,**n. by-way; by-road. 

Priekininkas,-0, sm. gram, accusative 
case. 

Priekinis,/.-nM#. fore; front; frontal. 

Priekys, -io, sm. front. 



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Priekyite, -es, tf. apron. 

Prielankus, = Prilankus. 

Prielyga, -os, tf. relation; reference; 

proportion. 
Prielikis, -io, sm. fate; destiny; lot. 
Prielinksnis, -io, sm. gram, preposition. 
Prielipa, -OS, tf. additional building; 

lean-to. 
Priemaila, -os, tf. admixture; alloy. 
Priemeila, -OS, smf. fawning favorite; 

minion. 
Priemene, -es, sf entrance; vestibule; 

lobby. 
Priemetis, -ie% tf. a disease caused by 

fright. 
Priemiestis, -Sio, sm. suburb. 
Priemimas, -o, sm. reception; adoption. 
Priemone, -es, tf. expedient; means; | 

artifice. 
Priemoni*kas,/.-ka, defin. -kasis,/.-ko|i, 

adj. artificial; feigned; fictitious. | 

— kai, adv. artificially: fictitiously. 
Priemote, -es, tf. foster-mother; [A>.] 

concubine. 
Prienami, -es, tf place near the house; 

place next to the house. 
Prieode, -OS, tf. foreskin; prepuce. 
Priepena, -OS, smf. foster-child. 
Prieplauka, -os, tf. landing place; har- 
bor; haven; | afflux; affluence; | 

concourse; great crowd. 
Priepludis, -diio, *w. tlood; inundation; 

fig. affluence; concourse. 
Priepuolis, -io, sm. accident; incident: 

chance; hap; hazard; peril; med. 

epilepsy. 
Prieranga, -os, tf. preparation. 
Prierankovis, -io, sm. cuff. 
Prieraias, -o, sm. note; annotation; 

postscript. 
Prieregis,/.-ge, s. eyewitness. 
PrieruoSa, -os, sf. preparation. 
Priesaga,-os,#f. appendage; gram, affix; 

suffix. 
Priesakas,-0,6ff». commandment; order. 
Priesienis, -io, sm. entry ; entrance hall; 

vestibule; lobby. 
Priesloga, -os, sf. oppression; calamity; 

distress; hardship. 
Priespauda, -os,sf. oppression. 
Priestolis, Ao,sm. refuge; shelter; har- 
bor. 
Pries, prep, with ace. before; against. 

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wind. PrieS bainytiq, before the 
church; against the church. 

PrieiaiS, adv. over against; opposite. 

Prieiakinis,/.-ne, adj. front; fore; — is 
dantis, fore tooth; — nepuse, fore- 
side; forepart. 

Prieiakis, -io, sm. front; forepart. 

Priesamiinas,/.-na, defin. -nasis /.-noji 
adj. pre-eternal. 

Priesamiinastis, -ies, | „ 

Priesamiinybe,-es, \+ P~-^«ity. 

Prieias, -0, sm. adversary. = PrieSius. 

Prieiausris, -io, sm. before dawn. 

Prie!bylis,-io, sm. adversary; opponent; 
antagonist. 

Priesdelis, -io, sm. gram, prefix. 

PrieSdienis, -io, sm. time before day- 
break ; fig. eve. 

Prieienybe, -es, sf adverseness; opposi- 
tion; contrariety; contrariness. 

Prieigina, -os, smf contadicter; oppos- 
er; opponent; adversary; contender; 
antagonist. 

Prie$giniauii(-niau ju, -niavau, -niausi u ), 
v. n. to contradict; to oppose; to be 
contrary to; to contend. 

Priesginiavimas, -o, sm. contradiction. 

Priesginybe, es, tf. contradictiousness; 
contradictoriness; contrariety; in- 
consistence. 

Priesginingas,/.-ga, defin. -gasis, /.-go|i, 
adj. contradictious; contradictive; 
adversary; adverse; opposing. 

PrieSginingumas, -o, sm. contradictious- 
ness; inconsistence; contrariety. 

PrieSginys, /.-ne, *. contradictor; adver- 
sary. 

Priesginyste, -OS, sf contradictiousness. 
= PriesginybE. 

Priesingas, /. -ga, defin. -gasis, /. -go|i, 
adj. adverse; contrary; opposed. | 
— gai, adv. on the contrary; contrari- 
wise. 

Priesingyste, -es, sf contrariety; refrac- 
toriness; insubordination. 

Priesingumas,-0,*7ft. contrariety; incon- 
sistency; refractoriness; insubordi- 
nation. 

Priesininkas,/.-ke, *. opponent; adver- 
sary; antagonist. 

Priesinlnkauti (-kauju,-kavau,-kausiu), 
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Priesintis (-nuos,-naus,-nsiuos), Prieiy- 
tis (-sijuos,-8ijaus,-sysiuos), v. rfl. to 
oppose; to contradict; to resist. 

Priesistori§kas,/.-ka, defin. .kasis, /-ko- 
ji, adj. prehistoric. 

PriesiSkas, /. -ka, defin. .kasis, /. -ko|i, 
adj. inimical; hostile. | -kai, adv. 
inimically. | -kumas, sm. hostility; 
enmity. 

Priesius, -iaus, sm. adversary ; opponent; 
antagonist; foe; enemy. 

Prieskalnis, -io, sm. rising ground; fore- 
land. 

PrieSkambaris, -io, sm. antechamber; 
lobby. 

PrieskristiMio,wi. time before Christ; 
[Kr.] Antichrist. 

Prie*laikinis,/.-ne, adj. premature; un- 
timely. 

Priesnuodis, -diio, sm. [SL] antidote. 

PrieSpaskutinis, /.-ni, adj. last but one; 
penultimate. 

Priespieclai, -ty, sm. pi. forenoon; fore- 
noon-meal; eating in the forenoon. 

Priespietinis,/.-ne, adj. preceding noon; 
of forenoon; antemeridian. 

Priespietis, -clo, sm. forenoon; time pre- 
ceding noon. 

Priespiinis, -io, sm. first quarter of the 
moon. 

Priesprlesiais, adv. oppositely; adverse- 

• ly, against each other. 

Priesprie§inis,/.-ne,ad/.opposite;stand- 
ing vis-a-vis; confronting; facing 
each other; acting in opposite direc- 
tions. 

Priesstanga, -os, */. opposition; resist- 
ance. 

PrieJtarauli (-rauju,-ravau,-rausiu), v. 
n. to contradict; to gainsay; to op- 
pose. 

Priestaravimas, -o, sm. contradiction; 
opposition; contrariety. BeprieSta- 
ravimo % without opposition. 

Priestaringas, /.-ga, defin. -gasis, /.-go|i, 
adj. contradictory; contrudictive; 
inconsistent. | — gai,adt>. contradict- 
orily; contradictively. 

Priestaringumas, -o, sm. contradictori- 
ness; cuntradictiousness; inconsist- 
ency. 

Priestvanietis,/.